Drip a few drops of the essential oil on the clothespins and then stick them in your house or car air vents. Soon afterwards your house and vehicle interiors will be smelling a lot more pleasant and refreshed.
This pin doesn't explain what the clothespin is for but if I had to guess, it looks like a diy car deodorizer...maybe dip the clothespin in some essential oil and clip on for an air freshener. It sounds poosible :-)
To hold cell phone utilizing rubber band and clothes pin. Clever but you can find cell phone holders under $10 and I feel they would be easier to use over all including much easier to remove phone. I use my holder which I paid less than $5 and love it.
If you put a few drops of your favorite essential oil on a clothespin, the wood will absorb the lovely scent. When you put the clothespin into your car’s air vent, the smell will be released into the whole vehicle
Thank you! The whole reason I clicked through to this article was to find out the purpose of the clothes pin...and then it wasn't explained! haha! What a great idea. I bet it would also be useful for straightening out vent louvers not going the right way because they have become detached from the post that moves them!
It's a stapler remover and you use the prongs to separate the rings to be able to put key on the new keyring or remove the key. Usually those rings are tough to hold apart by hand and breaks your nails.
So for the trunk shelf, not sure what the pin is suggesting and this may be an expensive way but try this idea. You can buy rigid insulating foam from Home Depot...$10.. http://www.homedepot.com/p/Cellofoam-3-4-in-x-4-ft..., cut it to shape (It's a 4x8 sheet, could make 2).
I use a plastic shoe box as my trash can in the car. It is pushed under the front seat by the back seat passenger. Also, when the kids need to eat crumbly things in the car, they eat with it on their laps and crumbs fall in. When they are done, the lid is put on.