This only works if the acid hasn't started to corrode the metal tabs that the battery touches, but is a fast and simple fix.
After drinking potentially damaging beverages (orange juice, coffee, soda), either drink or gargle a small glass of water to wash away the bulk of the residual beverage from before.
Light it on fire and use it to light the wick of your candle. Make sure to wet the Q-Tip before disposing it in the garbage.
Or if you're OCD like me and like to keep your bed clean all the time
This works with standard drinking glasses, cereal bowls, coffee mugs, martinis, etc. DON'T look at said item while carrying it. * This way, your brain isn't worried about over-compensating your hand movement to keep the sloshing that's going on in the glass under control, but rather focused on keeping you walking straight. Your brain will make your hand/wrist/arm a better gyroscope on its own! I picked this LPT while serving at a restaurant. Used to have martinis slosh over the sides almost every time I carried one away from the bar. Stopped happening almost completely after I was told this by a coworker. EDIT: I wonder how many people went and got a glass of something just to try this. Haha.
Firstly heres what the scratches looked like originally and heres what they looked like after I applied vaseline! I recently noticed 3 deep scratches on my computer screen. I was devastated at first because it's what I use for gaming and was incredibly distracting. However I managed to make the scratches 95% less visible with this little trick! What I did was I applied Vaseline (normal one) to the scratches and very gently rubbed in. Then I just delicately removed the excess vaseline with a clean, dry cloth (obviously don't use a scratchy cloth!) and bam the scratches are barely visible!I am so happy with the result. You can just about see the scratches on a plain colour but on a multicolored background the scratches really are invisible. I don't notice them at all while gaming anymore. Hope this helps someone!
Make a promise to yourself to work on something for 5, 10, or 20 minutes without distractions. This tricks you into getting started on a task. Once you realize you're "in it," you may already be on a roll.Edit: Some misplaced words of haste.