Silica packets (also known as oxygen scavengers/absorbers) are usually included with food packaging to help reduce the amount of oxygen in the package. You can repurpose these by putting them in your toolbox. This will help reduce moisture and in turn prevent any rust from forming on your tools. Works well especially in coastal areas.
Tired of that unsightly alarm panel staring at you in the middle of the wall? Install two hinges and screw them onto your canvas print to hide it while it's not in use.
A seam ripper is used to rip out stitching in clothing, but can be used as a perfect little tool to cut through all the hair that gets tangled in your vacuum cleaner bristles.
If you're hanging art, photos, or anything on the wall, trace an outline of it on a piece of paper and nail the paper template to the wall so you line it up evenly. Once you've nailed the template, pull the paper off and hang your item onto the nail.
Take a Phillips screwdriver or any other sharp object to poke holes about a foot apart on the hose and turn it on low pressure. Now you don't have to keep moving the hose as often.
The shiny bits should reflect off of the light and you can take a piece of wet paper towel to gently wipe the area down.
If that doesn't work, try using a dremel to cut a slot on the head and use a flathead screwdriver to unscrew it.