5. Fashion a laptop bag out of a hoodie
Source: Conceptual Devices
4. Turn a Necktie into a Camera Strap
With an old tie, some ribbon, key chain rings, a few well-placed snips you can convert it into a fairly fashionable camera strap. This isn’t recommended for expensive cameras with heavier high-quality lenses.
3. De-pill Sweaters with a Disposable Razor
Some fabrics like cashmere have a tendency to let out little clumps. You can straighten them out by running a disposable razor over and away from the fabric.
2. Make Re-washable Swiffer Pads out of Men’s Socks
All you need is a pair of men’s calf-height tube socks and a scissor. With a couple of cuts, you’re free from buying the expensive, dedicated cleaning pads. Toss them in the wash when you’re done.
1. Sharpen old razor blades with a pair of jeans
If you shave, chances are you use disposable razors made by companies such as Gillette. Because a four pack of razor blades can easily be used up in a month, shaving regularly can cost us around $170 per year.
You can easily extend a single razor’s life tenfold by running the razor up and down the length of an old pair of jeans. Doing so would straighten out the deformations that occur from regular shaving.
Check out the video instructions here. Go buy a pair of Reco Jeans with the money saved.