The Secret of Using Clothespins in the Shower

Find out what unexpected uses a basic clothespin can have in your shower.

There are a gazillion do-it-yourself recipes and life hacks available on the internet these days. In the past, parents would teach their kids these shortcuts and secrets, but these days, anyone can access a plethora of information online. Our mission at Newsner is to deliver interesting stories that are both educational and informative. We have discussed a lot of strange subjects in the past, but we haven’t yet addressed the use of clothespins in the shower.

I have to admit that when I first learned about this strange concept, I was dubious. “What makes someone do that?” I questioned myself. However, as they say, time has a way of enlarging our eyes and highlighting the significance of things we first take for granted.

It turns out there’s more to drying clothes with a clothespin attached to your shower head. A clothespin in your shower is probably a symbol of your partner’s concern and inventiveness.

The majority of us associate clothespins with hanging clothes to dry. But these modest little devices have a hidden power that may turn your bathroom into a perfumed haven.

Here’s how to go about it:

Pick up a bottle of your preferred essential oil—peppermint, lavender, or eucalyptus, for example—and a wooden clothespin.
Choose your favorite essential oil and soak the clothespin in it.
Attach the clothespin to your shower curtain or head.
As normal, turn on the shower.

Your shower will smell better thanks to a handmade fragrance emitter made from steam that disperses the clothespin’s calming aroma.

Don’t merely believe what we say! Try out this easy hack and share your ideas with us in the comments section below. It’s amazing how these little, around-the-house tips may have a significant impact on our daily life.

 

Were you previously aware of this shower trick? Have you given it a shot? Post your ideas and personal stories in the comments section!

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