One glance at it's name, and even a caveman could tell you what it does: Your bathroom hair dryer was designed to dry your hair. With it's ergonomic hand held shape, it shoots blasts of warm air at your head to help dry out your fresh-from-the-shower locks. But did you know your hair dryer is probably the most versatile of your bathroom tech? Click here to read about plenty more uses for your hair dryer around the house.
"Iron" out wrinkles in a plastic shower curtain or table cloth. When you hold the dryer at least 12 inches away, the hot hair does magic on the wrinkles in plastic.
Also set to "cool," a blast from the dryer can help blow dust out of hard-to-reach places like on top of cabinets or on the tops of ceiling fan blades.
To remove dripped candle wax or melted crayons from hardwood floors, blast the wax spot with a hair dryer. Once the wax softens, wipe it up with a paper towel and wash with a vinegar and water solution.