If your a frequent visitor or not so frequent visitor to the beach, here’s some useful hacks for when your visiting the beach.
Secret beach container
You will need: A clean lotion container, scissors, and valuables.
Clean out an old lotion container such as sunscreen and cut the top off. Place your phone,
money and car keys inside and place the lid back on. Now you have a safe place for your
Instant sand remover
You will need: A clean sock, Baby powder and string.
Fill an old sock with baby powder to the ankle. Tie around the end of the sock to keep the
baby powder secure. Rub on legs after the beach to remove sand easily.
Sand free area
You will need a large fitted sheet, 4 large items such as eskies.
Place a fitted sheet upside down on the beach and place a large item at each corner to keep
the fitted sheet open. Enjoy a sand free area to relax.
Instant burn relief
What you’ll need: Aloe Vera, ice cube tray, freezer
Squeeze Aloe Vera into the compartments of a clean ice cube tray. Freeze for 30 minutes to
an hour. Keep in an esky while at the beach and remove for an instant burn relief.
Quick cold drinks
What you’ll need: Paper towel, freezer, drinks.
Place a wet paper towel around a drink and place in the freezer. Leave for 15 minutes. Enjoy
your cold drink.
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