- Laundry? Yeah, tennis balls.
- Household cleaning? Yep.
- Parking? Got you covered.
- Sensual self-massage? You bet your felted fluorescent balls.
Go grab some balls from the bushes behind the local tennis courts. Intercept a lobbed ball at the local dog park. Begin training as a Wimbledon ball-boy. Do whatever you need to do to get a hold of these magical golden orbs.
*According to small, panicky corners of the Internet, tennis balls may be bad for your dog's health. That fuzzy yellow coating might be ruining Fido's teeth. They're choking hazards for large dogs. They could randomly explode.
Step 1: Protect Your Floors
Protect your precious floors by capping chair legs, walker feet*, and pirate pegs that might need to consistently slide or tap across your floor.
Just cut an X into the top of a tennis ball and insert the offending leg into the warm embrace of the tennis ball. Done.
*You've probably seen this trick at the local senior hang-out. Probably alongside a rousing game of shuffleboard or aqua-robics. Walker feet covered in tennis balls facilitate safe sliding and are easier to replace/cheaper than little rubber caps.