It's frustrating when a man tells you how to do something differently. You may feel like he's saying you don't know how to do it yourself (and I'm sure you're very capable of doing it yourself). And when this happens, you end up feeling disrespected and uncared for by him.
Something to think about - what if the intention behind his "solution" was to show you how much he cares about you? How would that make you feel? Differently? Possibly not as frustrated with him?
Here's the scoop. When you tell him about something that sounds like you have a problem, he says to himself, "I hear her problem and I'm going to come up with a great solution so she'll know how much I care about her. The solution will make her happy and she'll think I'm wonderful for helping."
Then, when everything backfires (and you get mad) he doesn't understand why. And he gets frustrated, too.