13 Weird But Brilliant Dollar Tree Home Hacks

by Simplify

Trying to make the most out of your frugal budget? Kathryn, from Do It On a Dime, has just the Dollar Tree home hacks you need in order to stretch your dollar even further this year.

With inflation on the rise and unexpected expenses hiding behind every corner, Kathryn’s Dollar Tree ideas for the home are just what you’ve been looking for to stay organized and keep more money in the bank where it belongs.

Today, she’s sharing 13 genius Dollar Tree home decor hacks anyone can use.

To get started, she says to buy some pop-its from the technology section of the store, attach them to the remote controls in your home, and stop losing them between the cushions of your couch for good.

Once you’ve done that, grab some of the window and door alarms they sell and use them for budget-friendly home security purposes.

Next, pick up some Carbona stain wizard which costs significantly less here than through other retailers.

Other Dollar Tree hacks for home decor that Kathryn shares include purchasing lock-it plastic storage containers for things like loose crayons or playing cards.

Dollar Tree home hacks

She also recommends buying stackable drawer organizers for extra storage on the back of cabinets and sheets of vinyl to make them look high-end.

Next, pick up some lemon and lime juice for an affordable cleaning solution you’re sure to love. Mix them with other household items like baking soda and ice cubes for a safe way to clean your sink.

And be sure to buy some splatter screens to make DIY wedding or baby shower decor, bamboo slotted spoons to separate egg whites, and small beachy decor which can then be used to make larger outdoor decor pieces.

Dollar Tree home hacks

These are just a few of the Dollar Tree home hacks Kathryn shares on her channel.

For more budget shopping ideas, discover this budget-friendly Aldi grocery haul or this list of 10 things not to buy at Dollar Tree (and where to buy them instead).

To see more videos, check out the Do It On A Dime YouTube channel.

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  • Mar51037819 Mar51037819 on Dec 17, 2022

    I have an issue with the splatter screens... What do you do with the the part you remove? Will it be reused or thrown away? It's wasteful if it's not used for something else and pads the land fills. Everything else is great.

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      You can use it at the bottom of a flower pot so it will still drain but not the dirt. Especially on plants that need a good soaking them to completely drain and then dry out but not like in a minute.

  • Peggy Peggy on Dec 17, 2022

    I hurry in & hurry out. Thanks for showing these products & ideas. Loved it.