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Woman shares ingenious ice cooler hack that can help guests find their drinks easily

She highlighted a hack her uncle used to make drink selection effortless for guests and holidays a more seamless experience.

Woman shares ingenious ice cooler hack that can help guests find their drinks easily
Cover Image Source: TikTok | @brittmagnusson

The Labor Day weekend saw a lot of individuals celebrating the holiday in their own yards. In such settings, being organized really helps keep things in order. Being prepared and ensuring proper use of resources also takes a lot of stress away from the host. Guests will also appreciate these little efforts that go a long way in creating a memorable and enjoyable experience for everyone. If you are thinking about hosting a party in the beautiful outdoors, you should definitely see this impressive cooler hack. Britt—who goes by @brittmagnuson TikTok—shared how her uncle organizes his coolers to help guests find their drinks.

Image Source: TikTok/@brittmagnusson
Image Source: TikTok | @brittmagnusson

The video has managed to gain over 1.7 million views on the social media website. At the beginning of the video, we get to see a line of coolers with labels on them. The text overlay reads, "My uncle cuts the labels out to the drinks and tapes them to the outside of the coolers." She captioned the video, "This is genius how have I never thought of this."

Image Source: TikTok/@brittmagnusson
Image Source: TikTok/@brittmagnusson

Indeed, the coolers are decorated with sections of labels from various drinks such as Modelo, Big Wave, Corona, Hard Seltzer, Coca Cola and Sprite. What the uncle essentially did was demarcate drinks brand-wise so that guests would not have to look through each cooler to find the drink they were looking for. Instead, they could just look at the label on top of the cooler and find the drink they wanted. The host even went to the extent of surrounding the cans with an abundance of ice cubes to ensure that they remained cool.


Image Source: TikTok/@liz_lemonade
Image Source: TikTok | @liz_lemonade


Image Source: TikTok/@coffee_over_water
Image Source: TikTok | @coffee_over_water

Other people on the platform loved the simple, amazing hack and expressed their gratefulness in the comments section. @ktmylaaady commented, "I love this; it gives me anxiety having to open each cooler to look for the drink I want." Another user, @seoul_mama123, said, "Omg, literally so sensible, logical, yet genius!!! I've never thought of doing this!"

Some users already knew about the hack. @ashley_gee92 said, "My family has been doing this for years!! It's amazing!" @story_tellington pointed out, "Don't forget the kid cooler with the photo of the Pokemon drinking a Capri Sun stuck to it." @luisdones33 expressed their gratefulness: "Ok, now that's a smart idea, I'm going to start doing this. Thank you for sharing."

Image Source: TikTok | @jennyjenn561
Image Source: TikTok | @jennyjenn561

Another instance of creative hacks to make everyday lives easier is Jessie Eden, a New Yorker, sharing an easy way to repel insects. Eden—who goes by @_faebae on TikTok—started by sharing, "Born and raised New Yorker. This is the hack to get rid of cockroaches and ants. I have used it for over 10 years in my pre-war building." She went on to explain that when she doesn't employ this trick, the bugs tend to reappear.

Image Source: TikTok/@_faebae
Image Source: TikTok | @_faebae

She added, "It’s just three ingredients, one of them is free." To prepare this solution, you'll need a spray bottle, regular tap water, and the star of the show, peppermint essential oil. She went on to explain that once you've combined the ingredients in the spray bottle, all that's left to do is give it a vigorous shake and apply it wherever you please. This natural hack is a fantastic solution that works wonders for busy working adults, parents and anyone in need of a fast and effective remedy for those pesky crawling creatures.

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