Pool noodles are not just for the pool! There are a variety of DIY projects you can use them for! Check them out below.
Floating Ice Chest
While enjoying a hot, summer day in the pool, treat yourself to some chilled refreshments. You can easily build this floating ice chest using pool noodles.
Try using your pool noodle as an extra long funnel. Hook it up to your sink, and control the flow of water!
Secure Gaps Between Doors
Your house might feel cooler and chillier than usual during the winter. To prevent this, use a pool noodle to fill the gap between the door and the floor.
Narrow Garage Problems
If your garage is narrow, then parking your car inside can sometimes be a pain. Are you tired of banging your car door against the wall?
To protect your doors from scratches and the wall, build this padded garage bumper. Learn more details here.
Pool noodles can be used as a support for plants in place of a wooden stake. Cut the noodle lengthwise using a knife, then fit it around the base of a plant. As the plant gradually grows taller, you can add another section to support the added growth.
Try using an assortment of pool noodle colors for a vibrant-looking garden!
Maintain Boot Shape
To help your boots maintain their shape, stuff your boots with pool noodles!. Cut the noodles to the height of each boot and place them inside.
Fit a pool noodle around a hanger to create a soft curve and hang your pants around the pool noodle to hang dry without having any creases.
If you are tired of chasing napkins in the wind, then try this nifty trick out. Cut noodles into rings and use the ring as a napkin holder. You’ll never have to chase after paper napkins in the backyard or park again.
Say Bye, Bye To Stubbed Toes
If you always stub your toe on your bed frame, then try this simple solution. Cut a pool noodle and wrap it around each leg of your bed frame.
Save Poodle Remnants
Be sure to save all the remnants from your DIY projects. These can actually be used as pot fillers! They provide drainage and they save you money since you’ll need less soil at the bottom of the pot.
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