Wonderful Engineering

Make Old Stuff In Your Home Look Like New With These 15 Hacks

Everything loses its charm over time, the shine will fade away and once glorious item would look ancient after it is left at the mercy of time. We have compiled a list of ways that you can use to make your old stuff look like new. Check them out below and let us know what you think of them.

15. Clean non-silver jewelry without polish.

Make a mixture of vinegar and salt for removing any dirt or grime off non-sterling jewelry.

14. Remove stains from leather.

Use cornstarch for taking care of stains on leather.

13. Refinish an old childhood favorite.

You’ll have to work harder for this one, but it is totally worth it. Check out the details here.

12. De-fog your headlights.

Baking soda is the way to go if you’re looking for a way to de-fog your headlights.

11. Get stains out of carpets, no matter what they are.

Here’s a list of ways you can tackle carpet stains.

10. Brighten up old sneakers.

You’ll be surprised at how amazingly well toothpaste can whiten your sneakers.

9. Make metal furniture shiny again.

You can use car wax to transform weather patio furniture into amazing new furniture.

8. Give Barbie’s hair a makeover.

This tutorial will bring new life to your favorite Barbie. Check it out here.

7. Restore grout the easy way.

This process is worth the effort. Believe us!

6. Bring a rusty frying pan back to life.

You only require few items, household items, and voila. Check out the details here.

5. Rid cutting boards of bacteria and general grossness.

Cutting boards are used excessively in kitchens and must be cleaned from germs. Use oil, vinegar and hydrogen peroxide for tackling germs.

4. Oh, and vinegar is good for hardwood floors, too.

Making use of white vinegar and warm water will allow you to create an all-natural floor wash.

3. Oil and vinegar also work for getting scratches out of wooden furniture.

You can make use of oil and vinegar to polish the scuffed legs of furniture as well.

2. Or just get rid of small scratches.

Rub a bit of olive oil on anything made out of leather and you’ll have the appearance of scratch marks minimized.

1. Restore a fading leather couch.

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Make use of vinegar and olive oil to tackle a dry, scratched or cracked leather couch.