21. The little arrow found on the side of the gas gauge lets you know which side your gas cap is on. Most of us end up pulling to the gas station, parking to fill gas, only to find out they pulled up to the wrong side! Your car actually can save you some extra time and tell you exactly which side you need to park!
22. Many people use bobby pins, but little do they know that there’s actually an up side and a down side of placement. The grooved side is made to face toward your hair in order to better hold the position of your hair.
23. The metal studs on your jeans are not merely a fashion statement. When Levi’s first created their signature jeans, they found that many people would end up having rips in the lining and pockets. They created this design in order to strengthen the jeans.
24. The tiny pocket on your jeans is meant to store lose change or any other tiny object you might be carrying around. Many individuals think that the pocket is too small and is just there for design, but it actually serves as extra storage for those tiny carryons.
25. All locks have a tiny hole at the bottom that is intended to drain out any water build up. Locks are used in outdoor settings, such as for storages, and are often exposed to different weather conditions in the process. The hole makes sure that in between freezing and melting, water can properly be drained and also to avoid any rust.
26. Why is there a little hole found on the bottom of tape measures? It’s actually there to hook onto nails and screws, making the measuring process easier and much safer.
27. The little bumpy edge at the end of the measuring tape is there to help you mark distances. Since your hands are often preoccupied in the midst of measuring, this serrated edge can just be pressed against a wall to leave a small indent and serve as a mark.