There are all kinds of diversion safes out there these days, enabling you to disguise your valuables in everything from faux rocks to faux wall outlets.
Many ready-made diversion safes cost upwards of $10, but you could make one yourself instead for as little as zero dollars. In fact, you likely already have something lying around your house that you could convert into a secret hiding compartment.
Watch this video from Household Hacker to see how he converts six everyday objects into diversion safes for no more than a few bucks:
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