ou’re using everything incorrectly… Not anymore…!!
Many of the items you use every day are incredibly well designed and you might be missing out on some awesome features. You probably don’t think much about the items you use every day.
After all, you’re using them every day—they get pretty boring after a while, and they become part of your routine. There are tiny details in the design of each and everything, that may seem purely aesthetic but that actually serves altogether a very useful purpose.\
However, many common objects have hidden features that make them much safer, more useful, and more interesting. Here are a few of our favorite examples.
Have You Noticed the Extra Fabric That Comes with Some of Your New Clothes?
You know sometimes when you buy a nice new shirt or pants or even underwear, that it often comes with a tiny Ziploc baggy containing a button and about 1 square inch of matching fabric?
A button in case one falls off when you aren’t paying attention, and the fabric in case you need to patch up a small hole in your clothes. But, its primary purpose is to help you determine how different washing agents will react with your new cloth before using it on the entire cloth.