The humble pool noodle can provide fun in the sun for as little as a dollar — yes, you can buy find them at dollar stores.
But pool noodles have even more uses indoors — from corralling cords and keeping pants wrinkle-free to storing mops and brooms.
Watch this video from Do It On A Dime to learn seven indoor uses and one outdoor use for pool noodles:
For more household hacks like this, check out “11 Secret Uses for Everyday Items That Will Save You Money.”
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