What do you when your tennis balls lose their bounce? When they can no longer serve as they were once meant to? If you have a dog (and don't prescribe the "glue in tennis balls is bad" theory) then you probably have a hard enough time keeping your good tennis balls to yourself. However, if you are dogless and find yourself with a plethora of unplayable tennis balls, you might want to check out this list of 10 things you can do with your balls.
1. Floor cleaners. Put tennis balls on the end of a broom to clean cobwebs from hard to reach corners or your ceiling. Tennis balls are also a great way to remove scuffs from floors. Cut an X in the top of the ball, then stick the broom handle or long dowel in. This is a quick and easy way to remove black marks or scuff marks with no scrubbing!