Vacuums suck! Or rather, problems arise when they stop sucking.
This inspired a heated debate in the Lifehacker offices.
“Over easy”? More like “over difficult,” am I right?
The humble veggie burger has come a long way in the past few years.
We’ve previously covered how you can use melamine foam sponges (or, as they are commonly known, “Magic Erasers”) all over the house.
How to properly tie a tie proves to be a challenge well into adulthood.
Do you know how to clean your blinds? Or do you just leave them until they’re so coated in filth that you have to throw them out and buy new window treatments? That’s gross, don’t do that.
If you’ve ever had one too many white wine spritzers at a family function, you know the effects of waking up the next morning with a nasty hangover.
Legal, recreational cannabis is coming to more states with every election, and that means more people may want to try it. To help these weed newbies (much of the Lifehacker staff included), we’re covering all the basics for beginners.
What kind of coffee maker do you prefer? Keurig? Chemex? Drip maker? Aeropress? Nespresso? French press? Perhaps you prefer a cold brewer? As many types of coffee makers as there are, there are also ways to clean them. To get the most flavor (and least amount of old coffee residue) in each cup of joe, follow the…
Your car should be as beautiful on the inside as it is on the outside. That’s why we put together some of our favorite car hacks to prep your interior for a summer road trip.
Have you ever taken out your phone to write down a list and think “Is this way actually better than how it used to be?”
There are two reasons why anyone watches The Real Housewives franchises: The money and the drama.
If you’ve been in your job for a while and feel it’s time to make more money, it can be tough to get that conversation started.
We know Mr. Clean “Magic Erasers” as the white pads with a shiny bald man telling you to remove scuff marks from walls.
If you keep your car on the street instead of in a garage, making sure you’re not parked too close to a fire hydrant will likely be one of your most frequent headaches.
Goo Gone is an amazing adhesive remover. Many of us theater and video people know it as the best way to remove gaffer’s tape and price tag residue from stages and props.
On a recent trip to Mexico, just as I was about to check out of my hotel and head to the airport, I realized that I had about 1,000 extra pesos in cash.
We all have the same problems with our trash can: The bag falls in, you can’t pull the bag out, it smells terrible, etc.
Lifehacker recently published a video in which two subjects test the functions of an Amazon Echo. Soon after, our Senior Technology Editor, David Murphy alerted the video team that anyone watching the video at home through speakers would find their Echo repeatedly activated each time someone in the video spoke the wake…