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Best Winter Season Tips And Tricks – Get ready

Best Winter Season Tips And Tricks That Can Help You In Winter ( Best Winter season Life Hacks)

1)”To keep pipes from freezing”

Wrap them in insulation or layers of newspaper, covering the newspaper with plastic to keep out moisture.

2) “”Save your skin”

Skip the long, hot showers, which can dry out skin. Try taking a lukewarm shower, for a shorter duration. And try these home remedies to combat dry skin.”

3) “”Get some traction!”

Your car’s floor mats can help you get un-stuck from snowy or muddy conditions in a pinch. Place your front floor mats under the spinning tire to give you some traction. Just don’t forget to retrieve them after you get moving!”

4)”Grab a roll of duct tape and keep it in the car.”

Not only does it fix everything, but you can use it as a fire starter – duct tape is very flammable and is a great tool to get a fire going in an emergency.”

5)”Gas up!”

During cold weather months, it’s a good practice to keep at least a half a tank of gasoline in your vehicle at all times. Not only does it prevent you from being stranded, but it prevents any water in the tank from freezing, which can damage the fuel pump.”

6)”Frozen locks?”

Squirt a little hand sanitizer on them. The isopropyl alcohol that kills germs also lowers the freezing point of water, and can melt the ice inside the lock within seconds.”

7)”No more icy walkways.”

Alfalfa meal, which is an effective fertilizer and sold in most garden stores, is great at melting ice. And it’s 100% organic so it’s less of a threat to local water systems when used in moderation. Because it is dry and grainy, it also can add traction on slippery walkways.”

8)”Easy Deicer.”

Fill a clean spray bottle with 1 part water and 2 parts rubbing alcohol and store it in your car during the cold weather months. Spray it on your frosted windshield and windows on those chilly mornings to make scraping easier.”

9)”No ice scraper?”

A plastic card, such as an old gift card, from your wallet works in a pinch.”

10)”Learn to walk like a penguin.”

To walk safely on ice, walk like a penguin. Point your feet out, and hold your arms out slightly to your side. Shuffle, and take short steps (see below).”

11)”Frost-free mirrors.”

Place plastic bags over your car mirrors at night and they’ll be frost-free in the morning. Reuse them over and over.”

12)”Don’t smoke or drink coffee before shoveling.”

Caffeine and nicotine are stimulants, and can add extra stress to the heart.”

13)”Socks on the Go!”

Pack an extra pair of socks in your car’s glove compartment. Then if you need to get out and shovel, or if you step into a puddle, you’ll have dry socks to change into. And put those mismatched socks to use: use them as wiper blade covers!”

14)”Use energy from the Sun.”

During the day, open drapes and blinds to allow sunlight to help warm the house, and then close at night to hold the heat in.”

15) “Prevent food spoilage.”

It might seem like a no-brainer, but if you lose power from a winter storm, don’t let food spoil in the fridge. Pack it in coolers and move it outdoors (provided it’s 30 degrees F or colder), or bury it in the snow safely so wildlife cannot get to it.”

16)”Keep a bag of clay kitty litter in your car’s trunk.”

If your car gets stuck in deep snow or slick ice, sprinkling kitty litter (non-clumping) at the base of your tires can be just the thing to add some traction and get things moving again. The extra weight in your trunk will also create added pressure on your tires, ensuring greater contact between your tread and the ground.”

17)”Clogged snowblower?”

Simply spray the snow blower’s clean, dry auger and inside the discharge chute with cooking spray, such as Pam®, before launching into snow drifts. You can also spray it on your shovel so snow won’t stick.”

18) “Electric blankets use very little energy. If you plan to stay in one place for while, curl up with one to save energy.”

19) “see your oven as much as possible, since it will help keep your home warm. When you finish cooking, open the oven door to take as much advantage of the heat as possible.”

20) “Try heating your home (or at least a room) with tealights. Even if it doesn’t work, it will distract you so you stop thinking about the cold for a while.”

21) “Insulate your garage doors to save energy and stay warm.”

22) “Put sandwich bags on top of your socks for instant waterproofing.”

23) “Wear running tights instead of long johns for a more efficient, better wicking, and better looking base layer.”

24) “Run a cheap razor over a pilly sweater to remove those gross bunches of fibers.”

25) “Organize scarves by storing them in a hanging shoe organizer.”

Ref: Life Hack Tips – Daily Tips For Your Life

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