We rarely pause to think about how we interact with everyday objects, but when we do, it can be shocking to discover the number of things we've been doing wrong for years. What's more, the answers to many of life’s little frustrations are actually already built into these common items.
Have you ever wished, for instance, that there was a simple way to keep the entire roll of aluminum foil from leaping out like a jack-in-the-box every time you tried to rip off a sheet? The simple solution you’ll find here may surprise you. Ever been so sick that the thought of launching into a Spartan-style battle with your prescription medication’s child-proof cap is enough to exhaust you? Never again!Here you’ll find a handy list of hidden features, ignored innovations, and simple instructions that will have you using everyday objects like a boss in no time. So let the reprogramming begin.
Prescription Pill Bottle Lids
The next time you're sick and in no mood for your medication's child-proof shenanigans, just flip the lid upside down. Most are designed with threading on the top that makes the lid reversible so you can give or take the whole child-proofing thing.