|Written by Bill Hanks|
There are many other ways to put your money to good use, besides just spending it. ¬†This article provides some tips on using your money well.
1. ¬†Hanging a Cabinet Door. ¬†As you hang your cabinet door, place a nickel under it, as you attach the hinges to the frame. ¬†This will let the door not hit the floor as it opens and closes.
2. ¬†Screwdriver. ¬†A dime can be used to tighten screws. ¬†It will fit just right for this purpose in most screws.
3. ¬†Doorstop. ¬†Place coins in a sock and tie it up. ¬†It works great for a door stop.
4. ¬†Tire Use. ¬†Use a quarter to measure wear on your tires. ¬†Place it upside down. ¬†If it reaches Washington's head, it is time for new tires.
5. ¬†Soda Cans. ¬†Save on your finger nails by using a coin to pop a top on a soda can.
6. ¬†Space Floor Tile. ¬†If you are putting down ceramic floor tile, place a penny at each corner. ¬†This will keep them even.
7. ¬†Table Wobble. ¬†You can fix a table wobble, by placing a coin under an uneven table leg.
8. ¬†Fluff up a Carpet. ¬†If you have an indentation in your carpet, a coin can fluff is up.
9. ¬†Measuring. ¬†A quarter is about one inch in width. ¬†A Penny is 3/4 of an inch wide. ¬†Use these two for measuring.
10. ¬†Straightening Drapes. ¬†Place coins in the bottom hem and they will weight down drapes.
11. ¬†Book Marks. ¬†Folded dollars work good as a book mark. ¬†Placing them in your bible will allow you not to forget the collection plate at Sunday School.
12. ¬†Battery Corosion. ¬†Place a copper penny in the center of a car or vehicle battery. ¬†It will attract corosion instead of the battery posts. ¬†It will extend the use of your battery.
These are just a few helpful ideas for putting your money to good use.