Is your keyboard a bit revolting between the keys? How about the little speaker and microphone points on your phone or tablet? Even the thin tracks on your windows?
When it comes to the electronics, you can actually buy tiny little vacuums which often plug in via USB, but what if we told you that you can make your own tiny vacuum to get into all those teeny nooks and crannies from things you already have in your house?
There’s no need to spend money unnecessarily, and your electrical products will look like new once you’ve gotten rid of all the dust and crumbs stuck in those tiny crevices.
And all you’ll need for this clever hack is your regular vacuum, and the top off a twist and squeeze sauce bottle!
Any top will do, but often the tops of the generic refillable bottles you can buy in the homewares departments (or there might be one in your picnic set) are thinner than the tops of sauces you buy in the supermarket.
Simply take the lid / nozzle (wash it first if it actually has sauce in it), and place it on the end of your vacuum hose. It doesn’t have to be a perfect fit as the suction when the vacuum is on will keep it in place.
There you have it! Use it to clean those tiny places your regular vacuum attachments can’t go!
This article originally appeared on Starts at 60.