Pool Noodle Hacks
Who doesn’t have Pool Noodles hanging around the house? I mean, after all, they’re insanely cheap, especially if you get them from Dollar Tree. But did you know there are many uses for foam noodles besides being used in the pool for water play?
There are tons of things you can do with them, including pool noodle crafts. Check out our post on Dollar Tree Pool Noodles Crafts And Fun to hear more about those. But today is all about the mind-blowing hacks you never knew you needed in your life.
If you don’t have any pool noodles, that’s not a problem. They’re super cheap, and you can even get them at the dollar store.
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Let’s talk about some useful Pool Noodle Hacks you can do with just a few items and a short amount of time.
Whether you’re looking for a gardening hack, boot shapers, a beverage boat for your pool, a card holder a cover for your fishing rods and fishing poles, or you can even use the side of the pool noodle to protect your car door from your garage wall.
To take it to the next level, you can even use pool noodle pieces for babyproofing and toddler approved safety by using the ends of the noodles to cover the corners of tables.
This is a great way that you’ll never again have to worry about sharp edges on things such as your dining table or coffee table.
You can also put a piece of pool noodle at the edge of the door for a door stop. This is an easy way to the little hands of young children from getting smashed.
Let’s take a look.
Without having to spend a fortune, there are a lot of life hacks you can do with new or old pool noodles. There are so many amazing pool noodle hacks. The options are endless.
Which one was your favorite?
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Supplies You May Need
- PVC pipe
- Large pool noodles
- Duct tape
- Fitted sheet
- Box cutter
- Serrated knife
- Little bins
- Contact paper
- Brown pool noodles
- Medium-sized noodles
- Paper towel holders
- Rubber bands
Do you have some pool water noodle hacks and DIY projects you’d like to share?
We’d love to see them; comment below and share your creations with us!