1. Use shaving cream to get rid of makeup smudges on shirt collars. Rub it into the stain, let it soak for a few minutes, then launder as usual.
2. The next time you lose a drawstring from your favorite pajama pants or hoodie, just use a safety pin to help thread it back through.
3. De-pill your clothing in seconds, using your trusty razor. Afterward, use a piece of tape to pick up any strays. Genius!
4. Here’s a tip that will help you tuck your non-skinny jeans into your boots, and have them look fantastic when you’re done!
5. Got a favorite pair of jeans but the zipper refuses to stay up? Keep wearing them without the embarrassment….and here’s how.
6. Here’s how you can loosen up that pair of jeans that has gotten just a little too snug.
7. Put on a dark shirt or sweater, only to realize that your deodorant rubbed off in an obvious spot? Conquer the annoyance with a dryer sheet!
8. Keep a button down in place under a sweater by wearing a tank top in between them. Genius!
9. What do you do when your favorite sweater was accidentally run through the dryer and shrank?! No worries…there is a way to rescue it in three easy steps!
10. Iron without the iron? Yes! This tip is especially great if you’re somewhere with no access to an iron and you have to look your best.
11. Got a white shirt with ugly yellow sweat stains? Here’s how to get rid of them. Hint: it involves stuff you already have in your pantry.
12. Wear tights without the dreaded muffin top. Yes, it’s really possible!
13. Waterproof your cute pair of canvas kicks, and then you can wear them even more often. It’s so easy with a little beeswax and a blow dryer!
14. There is a way to stretch out those shoes that are a little too uncomfortably tight. Fill them with water!
15. You can get grease stains out of clothing with dishwashing liquid!
16. Got dirt on your favorite suede shoes? It’s no match for a nail file! Just buff the dirt away.
17. Dip an old toothbrush in vinegar and rub on leather shoes and boots to remove water and salt stains.
18. Fix a snagged sweater with this easy tutorial.
19. A lipstick stain is no match for your bottle of hairspray. Here’s how to use it.
20. A seamstress can repair or replace slack elastic inside the casing of a skirt or pair of pants. If you know how to sew, you can do it yourself.
21. If a moth has eaten a small hole in your favorite wool sweater, you can fix it if you act while it’s still small. Here’s how.