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Top 9 Awesome MacGyver Tricks

Some life hacks require a complete how-to guide just to understand. Others are so genius in their simplicity that they speak for themselves. Here are 9 of self-explanatory MacGyver tricks. (I removed the tenth one which for me is not a worthy trick.)

9. Use a Post-It Note to Avoid a Drilling MessP

Top 10 Awesome MacGyver Tricks That Speak For Themselves

8. Seal Plastic Bags with Old Bottle CapsP

Top 10 Awesome MacGyver Tricks That Speak For Themselves

7. Remove a Stripped Screw with a Rubber BandP

Top 10 Awesome MacGyver Tricks That Speak For Themselves

6. Organize Anything with an Over-the-Door Shoe HolderP

Top 10 Awesome MacGyver Tricks That Speak For Themselves
This works with anything from pantry items to cleaning products to gadgets, game controllers, and even cables.P

5. Create an Instant Snack Bowl from Any Snack BagP

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Then eat the snacks with chopsticks to avoid getting the mess on your fingers, too.P

4. Create Extra Shelf Space with a Tension RodP

Top 10 Awesome MacGyver Tricks That Speak For Themselves

3. Organize Cables with Toilet Paper TubesP

Top 10 Awesome MacGyver Tricks That Speak For Themselves
It ain't pretty, but what cable organization system is?P

2. Use Soda Can Tabs to Save Closet SpaceP

Top 10 Awesome MacGyver Tricks That Speak For Themselves
You can use them to hang pictures, too.

1. Use Binder Clips as Cable CatchersP

Top 10 Awesome MacGyver Tricks That Speak For Themselves
Really, binder clips are just a MacGyver hacker's dream.
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