How to deal with basic thing this monsoon? Worried much? We have listed below some basic life hacks that you can totally rely on to have a worried free Monsoon!
Protect your phone with the help of rice bag
Despite guarding your phone more than your life, the raindrops somehow end up on your phone’s screen. The rainwater can cause nuisance by entering your phone and make it stop from functioning. To get your phone back to life, clean the phone with a dry cloth and then simply place it in a can of rice. The rice would absorb moisture from the phone and your handset would surely start functioning again.
Lemon for irritating flies
Pesky flies can really irritate you. To ward them off, cut a lemon in two and keep it on the window and put it on the door and on the windows. Cloves too can keep the flies away.
Cloves for dampness in cupboard
If your cupboard becomes damp due to the rainwater, then put cloves and few naphthalene balls in the closet. Your closet would get dry again.
Polish the wooden furniture
Wood can easily fall prey to termites during monsoon. To keep them away, polish the furniture with un-perfumed hair oil. This will prevent the furniture from getting damp and catching termites.
Wax candle for wet and dirty shoes
If you’re too particular about your shoes getting dirty in rain water, then rub a wax candle on them and then step outside in the rain. You must also carry paper towels to wipe the dunk off your shoes, in case you’re in a hurry for a presentation.
Loose shoes to get rid of foot smell
Foot smell is very common in the monsoons, especially if you wear leather or canvas shoes. Try avoiding closed shoes. Choose shoes that are loose and open, preferably plastic or rubber sandals. Wash your feet and apply anti-fungal cream. Also, clean your toenails since it can be a breeding ground for the bacteria!