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15 Survival Hacks You Will Be Glad You Learned When The Apocalypse Arrives

1. Corn chips like Doritos and Fritos have enough oil to make them suitable tinder for starting fires

2. If you come across an area that’s burning, use a bra as a makeshift breathing mask.

3. If you need to start a fire, a 9-volt battery held to a ball of steel wool will cause sparks to fly

4. Even in the apocalyptic wasteland, jars can be hard to open. Use a piece of duct tape for leverage

5. Duct tape will also protect your heels from blisters on those long walks across the burnt-out husk of civilization.

6. Place sheets of plastic over grass and other plants to trap and drain condensation into a container.

7. Punch a hole in the top of an oil-packed tuna can, put in a wick, and you’ve got an improvised candle that can burn for up to two hours. Plus, the tuna will still be good to eat after!

8. Crayons can make pretty good candles, too, providing you with about 30 minutes of light.

9. A foil wrapper and the current from an AA battery can also produce a flame in a pinch.

10. Take two tin cans, some tinder, and you’ve got yourself a miniature stove!

11. You’re going to be doing a lot of walking in the post-apocalypse. Better collect a few good walking sticks.

12. A bunch of wood held together by a tarp can serve as an emergency raft.

13 Some paper towels and duct tape can set a broken bone when nothing else is available.

14. A salt water mixture is essential for cleaning cuts and soothing bug bites.

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21 Clever Tools You Need To Keep Your Kitchen Mess-Free

You can live without these tools but after seeing this, you will surely want them. Check out these amazing tools that will help you to keep your kitchen mess free.

This tidy batter dispenser

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This lid holder and spoon rest duo

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A splatter shield that keeps that oven sparkly clean

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These clear gap covers

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This rolling garlic chomper-chopper

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This super-handy cutting board that comes with a scraps bin

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Strawberry Slicer

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These grilled cheese toastabags

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This ziplock bag stabilizer

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This Tea Mug – Hand-Sculpted Stoneware with Tea Bag Holder

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This foldable cutting board

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This clip-on spout for easy pouring

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This beautiful avocado splitter, pitter, and slicer
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This Egg Yolky Egg Separator

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This totally necessary hot dog slicer

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This precise watermelon slicer

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This cookie dough scooper and dropper

 

 This simple knife-free slicer

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This slick cheese slicer

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She Cuts Into an Old Bra. The End Result? Amazing

Turn an Old Bra Into a Backless Bra!

After Ray Lee posted her video on “All about Bras,” her viewers requested a tutorial on how she made her DIY Backless Bra.

You Don’t Have To Be A Pro

This easy step-by-step is perfect for the summer time if you have any low back outfits — and though it only requires light sewing skills, make sure to be careful with the needle.

Needle & Thread

The only tools you’ll need are a pair of scissors, thumbtacks, sewing pins, and a needle and thread.

Enhancing Skills

This project is all about enhancing the existing bra, making sure the straps are pushed up and forward to avoid being shown in the back.

Ta-da!

The end result is a simple undergarment perfect for those warm weather, back-bearing outfits.

Next time your going to buy an expensive backless bra, just say no. Make your very own instead!

 

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This is how you can turn your smartphone into a 3D hologram projector

3D hologram projectors are really amazing. They may appear to be extremely perplexing innovation and they truly are. Still you can make one in your home with simple technique. Yeah you read it right, Here is the method to make a 3D hologram projector easily from home with some waste materials. YouTube tech reviewer ‘Mrwhosetheboss’ will teach you how to make it easily from the things that available with you. Raw materials you need are, a smart phone, graph paper, a pair of scissors, a pen, some tape, a knife or glass cutter, a ruler and an old CD case.

Step 1

First draw a trapezium on the graph paper with dimensions 1cm x 3.5 x 6cm.

Step 2

Cut the shape carefully with scissors. turn your smartphone into a 3D hologram projector

Step 3

Take the old CD case and remove the sides. and clean it

Step 4

Now draw the shape on the CD case

Step 5

Now carefully cut the shape on cd case using a knife or glass cutter. You need to make four such shapes

Step 6

Now stick them together with transparent tape like in the picture.

Step 7

Now place the shape on the screen of smartphone as in the picture. and play any of

Step 8

And yes

Step 9

You done it, Amazing Job. You made something really hilarious with your smartphone. Now watch the video in next page

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You May Not Need These 19 Things, But You’ll Definitely Want Them Pretty Badly

You may not need these gadgets in your life. But after seeing this you really want it.

“Beer goggles” to keep track of your drink


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A mini desk hammock for you feet


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A frying pan that you can cook two things in


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Egg molds that make your eggs look like sports balls


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A panda toast mold


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An Oreo dipping spoon


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“Re-String It”


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A guitar bell that lets people know you’ve entered the room


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A mini fridge for your desk


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A pancake 3D printer


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A door lock you control with your smartphone


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An elephant dish drainer


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A fan that blows under your blanket


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Salt and pepper shakers that are shaped like magic wands


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A rolling pin that lets you decorate your cookies


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Brain ice molds


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A manatee tea infuser


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A flask that you’re able to sneak to the beach


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An ironing board that doubles as a mirror


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