Every day we face many challenges while doing our daily routine work. We often get annoyed because of them. We have a hard time finding solutions. For every annoying problem, there is always a smart solution. You don't have to invent or discover that solution. People already did it, and all you have to do is just follow the tips, tricks, hacks or whatever you call it. Here are simple solutions to fifteen annoying everyday problems.
1.Use Mayonnaise To Remove Sticker Residue
Electronics such as laptops, TVs, refrigerators, etc. come with branding or feature labels (stickers) on them. They look ugly, but when we try to remove them, they leave ugly adhesive remains. To remove those stubborn sticker residues, rub the affected area with mayonnaise or nail polish remover for a minute or two, and clean it off with a tissue paper or cloth. If you don't have mayonnaise at home, nail polish remover can do the job as well.
2.Easiest Way to Remove Labels on Clothing
For some reasons, some of us don't like those labels on clothes. They can be itchy. Sometimes, they spoil the look of your dress. If you want, you can easily remove them.
1. Examine the label. Clothing labels are usually a separate piece of cloth sewn onto the garment. In some cases, labels share the same fabric as the dress.
2. If the label is just an extension of your dress, carefully cut it with scissors without damaging the fabric around.
3. If the label is a separate piece of cloth or special paper sewn on to the garment, use a seam ripper and tweezers to remove the label. Check second and the third picture for reference.
3.Stop Those Annoying Java Notifications
Computer notifications can be very annoying. Java, in particular, has a bad reputation of frustrating users with frequent update notifications. To get rid of this, open the Java control panel by clicking on the Java icon present in the PC's taskbar notification area. Go to 'Update', and uncheck 'Check for Updates Automatically'. Don't forget to update the Java console manually. An outdated version of Java is insecure.