Dissolving A Rubik's Cube And Lego Bricks In Acetone4m30s

Dissolving A Rubik's Cube And Lego Bricks In Acetone

Here's a fun little experiment for those of you you like to melt things! Even wondered what would happen if you put LEGO cubes into pure acetone? Acetone is an organic solvent that can be found in any household that includes women. it's most commonly found in nail polish remover, although it can be used for other purposes. In this episode of Household Hacker, we are shown how styrofoam, packing peanuts and LEGO bricks behave when submerged in pure acetone. You guessed it - they all turn into goo and dissolve completely in the chemical. Even a Rubik's cube is no match for the mighty acetone! He first puts about half an inch of the colvent into a glass container. Packing peanuts have the quickest and most intense reaction when they come into contact with acetone. This is mostly because they have a foamy consistency, meaning that most of it is air. If you have some nail polish remover and some of the packaging laying around, you too can do this experiment at home. Just make sure you do it in a well ventilated area. Curious to see what will happen to a larger block of styrofoam? As long as there is more acetone in your container than the goo that’s left behind by the styrofoam, you can use it over and over again. Just break off a chunk of packing material that will fit your container and watch it disappear before your very eyes! How about something denser. A Rubik’s Cube maybe? If you had any trouble with it, trying to solve it, then this little experiment will bring you all the satisfaction you craved. Fill a cylindrical container with enough acetone to cover the entire cube and then watch. Due to its density, it won’t be as fast as the styrofoam, but the results will be equally as satisfying, not to mention colorful! It took 12 hours for this Rubik’s Cube to dissolve into the glass. The plastic cube held its form for most of the time, but it swole up and began to decompose. If you disturb it slightly after the 12-hour period, you will notice that the entire thing has turned into a cube of goo. Since it is used as a solvent for certain types of plastic, professional LEGO builders use the stuff to help bond bricks together when they build all those mega structures. It makes them extremely difficult to break the pieces apart. So, LEGo bricks are next in line to see how will they react when completely submerged into acetone. The Household Hacker dunked four bricks and one minifigure. It took about five hours for the pieces to dissolve into the solvent, reacting in a manner similar to the Rubik’s Cube. They start to sag and bloat, eventually coming to a standstill, unless disturbed. With a quick shake to the container, the piece break apart in a pile of colorful LEGO rubble. If you ever wanted to remold this plastic, all you had to do is drain the liquid and pour the swollen plastic into a mold of your choosing. If you want to try this experiment at home, just make sure you do it outside or in a well ventilated area and steer clear of flames. Happy experimenting! SUBSCRIBE HERE → Our Playlists: Quick & Simple Life Hacks: Cool Science Tricks: DIY Pranks: Our Facebook Page: Our Twitter: Business Inquiries or Media Requests:

Clean The Bathroom With Ease Using These 7 Genius Tricks3m32s

Clean The Bathroom With Ease Using These 7 Genius Tricks

Cleaning might just be the most boring chore in the household, but nothing scares us witless like when the times comes to clean the bathroom! The stains, the grime, sometimes there is even mold there...not to mention the limescale! If you are like us and would love to know of some neat and time-saving tricks that will help you get a cleaner bathroom for a fraction of the time, then take a seat! The Household Hacker is here to teach us of 7 awesome tricks that will slightly take the pressure off the nasty bathroom cleaning chore. Scrubbing the shower has to be one of those tasks that we run especially fast from, but someone has to do it. Take a dish wand and fill it with half distilled vinegar and half dishwashing liquid. Now every time you get out of your second favorite spot in the house, just run the mixture along every nook and cranny. Clean shower forever! Got nasty limescale that don’t know how to remove? If you want to avoid using harsh chemicals, then all you need is a half of lemon! Run that sour juice all over the stained fixture and rinse. The acid will degrade the mineral deposits, but not your skin! If it’s a tougher buildup, soak some rags in trusty old distilled vinegar and let them sit on the spot for a few minutes. The grab an old toothbrush and scrub away any hard to reach place, then just rinse. Watch the rest of the video for more awesome tricks for when it's your turn to clean the bathroom! 7 Genius Ways to Get Rid Of Ants! -- Learn 7 awesome life hacks to quickly clean your bathroom, leaving it looking shiny and new! Many common household items can be used to clean up even the worst messes and stains so save your cash. Get Daily Updates @

7 Genius Ways To Get Rid Of Ants4m00s

7 Genius Ways To Get Rid Of Ants

Stop the ANT INVASION! We've put together 7 of the most effective and surprisingly simple methods to control your ant problem. Prevent ants from climbing on a picnic table, how to track them to their source, how to make a home made ant killer and more! Daily Updates @ FACEBOOK - Business Inquiries or Media Requests:

In These Ten Situations Vinegar Should Be Your Best Friend3m16s

In These Ten Situations Vinegar Should Be Your Best Friend

Life can be pretty challenging. There is all these responsibilities, chores and other tasks that you have to do that can be very overwhelming. What if there was some way to make those everyday tasks easier? Well as a matter of fact there is, they are called life hacks! They are exactly what they sound like, hacks to make your everyday life easier! They are are so easy to use that anyone can do it! Here are some awesome life hacks that you have to try! The Household Hacker put together this list of ten interesting ways to make that bottle of vinegar work for you. Diligent as ever! Topics covered in this edition of the HouseholdHacker are the following: unclogging a drain, removing adhesive residue, getting rid of awful smells, DIY cleaning products, DIY fruit fly trap, getting wrinkles off your clothing without the use of a flat iron, and so much more for which you will have to watch the video and find out! It is incredible how a simple vinegar trick can make our lives easier! Check out these amazing life hacks and you will be thanking us for disclosing these household secrets to you! You are welcome! Who knew that vinegar could have so many uses! These hacks are so easy, that anyone could do it! They will surely make your life a whole lot easier! Please share this with your family and friends as there is bound to be a hack in here that they could surely use! Audible Trial:

Make Your Own Fire Pit!3m13s

Make Your Own Fire Pit!

It is starting to get cold... we need fire, it is our primordial right! But how can we safely burn wood without digging into the yard? Simple! Concrete! For just a few bucks you can buy a bag and utilize things laying around your house to make an awesome FIREPIT! Facebook:

10 Simple Vinegar Life Hacks To Try At Home5m11s

10 Simple Vinegar Life Hacks To Try At Home

From killing weeds to shining your shoes, vinegar is one of the most useful things you can find around your home. Here are 10 awesome life hacks you can use to solve common problems with VINEGAR! Casper: - Use code "household" at check out for $50 off! -SUBSCRIBE HERE-

These Life Hacks Will Save You From Breaking The Bank4m46s

These Life Hacks Will Save You From Breaking The Bank

If you have found yourself in a pinch for money, but you still want to keep up the hygiene in the house, then boy, have we got you covered! The HouseholdHacker is back with 10 awesome money saving life hacks for you to try out at home. Dishwasher tablets too expensive? Mix 1 cup of washing soda, 1 cup of baking soda, ½ cup of salt and ½ cup of lemon juice, you will get a lovely mixture that you can pack into an ice cube tray and then use in the dish washing machine! We all hate carpet spills, especially the greasy ones, scrub some cornstarch and let it sit and do its job from 15 to 20 minutes. The cornstarch will absorb the liquids, and for cleanup just vacuum over the mess and call it a day! Stainless steel pan gathering oily gunk? Put the pan on the stove with some white vinegar covering the bottom and bring it to a rolling boil. After it cools, drop some baking soda and lightly scrub. Good as new! Bugs pestering your house? Soak a few paper strips in a cooked mixture of sugar, syrup and honey, leave them to dry and then hang them wherever those bugs appear. Watch the video for some other cool money saving tips and don’t break your piggy bank!

Hack Your Soda Can With These Simple Tricks4m42s

Hack Your Soda Can With These Simple Tricks

The world consumes over 200 billion aluminum cans each year. The thing is, these cans can provide good raw material for those who are kind of thrifty or creative. You can seriously find something clever to do with every part of the aluminum can so next time you are finishing that soda, save the can and think about these hacks. Do you have an art piece that you would love to hand but it seems impossible without the necessary accessories? Create a makeshift hook with the pop tab in less than one minute. Carefully remove the tab from the soda can by holding it up and bending it down. Just choose a central spot on the back to place the tab. We have a solution for you if you want to peel something, and we assure you that the top of a soda can can be perfect for peeling maneuver. Hey did you know that you don’t need a popcorn maker or a microwave to make popcorn, all you need is an empty soda can, heating source and a sharp tool. This may not be your first choice, but desperate times call for desperate measures. If you haven’t had time to learn magic tricks, you should try this easy trick and leave your friends amazed! All you need is an empty soda can. Pour some water into it, and try to balance it by bending it to the side. This is one hell of a trick! SUBSCRIBE HERE → Our Playlists: Quick & Simple Life Hacks: Cool Science Tricks: https://go

Check Out These 7 Brilliant Cleaning Tips You Need To Try4m46s

Check Out These 7 Brilliant Cleaning Tips You Need To Try

Hygiene is a must, but cleaning can be such a bore. All that rubbing and scraping, sometimes even without a result. What if we could tell you a few secrets to keep your stuff and home free of dirt and stains, without the extra elbow grease? Is your grill a disaster? Come the warmer months and you crack that thing open to reveal rust and grime gathered up after months of hibernation. Remove the grates and place them on a flat surface, then grab a potato, some salt and vegetable oil. Brush the oil of the grates, sprinkle some salt and the start rubbing them with the potato. The salt will provide plenty of abrasion without ruining the metal like a wire mesh would. Bathtub a mess? Get a scrub brush, preferably in a circular form, and strip it down to the base with the bristles. Attach it to a drill chuck using a threaded rod or a long bolt and scrub away with the detergent you normally use. Far faster than just by hand. What about food stains or greasy build up on your oven’s grease filters? Now THAT is a pain to clean, but not it you pop them in the dishwasher. It is very obvious really, just like you would wash your caked up casserole dish. We wish we thought of this sooner. Check Out Clorox Triple Action Dust Wipes: Thanks to Clorox for supporting our content and helping us #UnleashthePower

Here Are Seven Sneaky Ways For Hiding Items In The House2m47s

Here Are Seven Sneaky Ways For Hiding Items In The House

If you have snooping parents or roommates, or if you want to protect your belongings from burglars, we present you with seven sneaky ways to hide anything using common household items. Watch this video and learn how to stay protected! If you’ve got four-legged pets, grab one of their toys and cut a slit through the seam. Squeeze the toy to open up the inside and place items inside. Just keep it away from the dog and it will appear as a boring dog toy. You can also hide a house key inside and stow it away in the backyard so it seems like fido just got lazy. Next up is the sharpie safe. Get a sharpie and remove the tip from the base. Just wiggle it a bit. Go ahead and cut the refilling tube to a shorter length and then add small items inside. My B-12 vitamins fit nicely. Put a small cotton ball in the tube to hold the items in place then simply reassemble the marker and place it back where you found it. If you stumble on a cheap thermostat, they make great hiding spots. Detach the casing from the base with a screwdriver and separate the two. I found this would be perfect to fit my prized coin but you can adapt it for anything small. Once placed, just seal up the thermostat and mount to it a wall. Your item is locked down, safe and sound. Get yourself a tube of premade dough like rolls or bread. Cleanly slice around the edge until the top pops out from the pressure inside. In a bag or small plastic container, hide your items that can be frozen. Keep the dough inside so the weight feels right and add your items to the mix. With some super glue you can quickly make the seal look like it never came off and then add your dough tube back to the freezer for a little ice cold protection. Many large hair brushes have a bristle pad that can be removed. Find one that suits you can pull up the pad with a screwdriver, revealing a little alcove inside that’s a good spot for a little emergency cash. Get the pad back into place by tucking it under the plastic and then you can keep it wherever you want in plain site without anyone being the wiser. This is a soft door stop, you’ll see them all over the place but many have the ability to hide belongings. If you flip it over and pry the pieces apart, you will find a nice little area to store those secret data files. Place an items inside and just snap the backing into place again so it looks good as new. Install the door stop where you need it and enjoy protection from the door and thieves. If you need to hide something long term and aren’t afraid to get messy get some spreadable butter. With a knife or your hand, loosen the butter up and get it into a microwave safe container. Place it in the microwave for about 30 seconds at a time until it is all melted. Now get the item you want to hide and protect it in a container. Place the item at the bottom of the butter container and pour all the melted goodness back on top. Stick it back in the fridge and after about 30 minutes it will look like it did beforehand but with your item secured inside giving you easy access if needed. Business Inquiries or Media Requests: Subscribe here: More updates at: FACEBOOK:

These Are The 7 Cool Ways To Use Those Extra Dryer Sheets2m27s

These Are The 7 Cool Ways To Use Those Extra Dryer Sheets

Dryer sheets are a fantastic and quick way to remove static, soften your clothes and give your laundry a nice clean scent. But nestled in that box of secrets are a ton of alternate uses that can save you money and get you out of a bind. Thanks to the Household Hacker, now you too can squeeze every last bit of dollar from your box of dryer sheets. When it comes to removing static, all you have to do is rub a sheet onto your ‘sticky’ garment to release the extra charge. Then you can go about your day with a fresh-smelling, static free look! Dryer sheets are good for scenting just about everything in your house! Stick a few behind the hanged clothes in your closet to keep your winter garment smelling fresh all season long, because, ‘winter is coming’. If you travel a lot, you can get rid of that nasty stale smell in your suitcase if you pop a dryer sheet on both bottoms of your case before packing for your trip. Then, when you reach your destination and pop that case open, your clothes will smell like they just came out of the dryer! Check out these and many more awesome ideas to get that dryer sheet smell in all the nooks and crannies in your house! SUBSCRIBE HERE →

How to Hide a House Key and Never Get Locked Out Again!2m17s

How to Hide a House Key and Never Get Locked Out Again!

How to easily and efficiently stow-away a house key on your property where no one will ever find it or even bother looking. You can put this project together quickly at the local hardware store and never again worry about being locked out! Keep in mind, you should use this as a base and build out your own version since we have it online and anyone can see it! Shopping List (for our specific version): 1. 2' / 2" PVC pipe 2. 2" L Pipe 3. Rubber Rain Collar 4. 2" PVC Screw Cap 5. Adhesive We are on Facebook at:

These Super Helpful Hacks Will Make Winter More Fun4m07s

These Super Helpful Hacks Will Make Winter More Fun

Drafty doors and windows? High Heating Bill? Got the sniffles? Here are 10 Amazing Winter Life Hacks to keep you warm and cozy, and even save some money on your bills! Time to heat things up. Let's admit - winters can be amazing period of the year with all the holidays and everything, but the snow, rain, and wind can really spoil all the fun. So, here's a video that we really enjoyed watching, and you're about to find out why! If you have problems with your winter shoes or boots, and if you keep coming home all wet and cold, all you need is a simple, cheap candle. Start scrubbing the candle onto your shoe until you form thick layer of wax. Next, turn on the dryer and blast the shoe until the wax melts into the material. Next, test the shoe under the sink - see, it's waterproof! Next time your shoes come in contact with water, it will bounce right off them! Next time there's a layer of snow in the yard, try grabbing a broom instead of shovel. It's much easier to get rig of the thin layer of snow instead of using the shovel, and much faster! However, if there's a decent amount of freezing sticky snow, grab your shovel and spray it with non-sticking cooking spray. The snow will simply glide through it, and you'll be done in no time. Here's another useful tip - next time you cook something in your oven in winter months, don't close the oven door right away. Leave it to spread the heat all over your kitchen. Watch for some more awesome hacks! Vader Shower Head: Where to buy some of these items: Pipe Insulators - These can b

These Home Security Tips Can Help Keep Burglars At Bay5m52s

These Home Security Tips Can Help Keep Burglars At Bay

A burglary occurs every 15 seconds, are you protected? With these incredibly simple tips from the Household Hacker, you will sleep easier and protect your home… and maybe have a little fun in the process. The most basic thing you can do to prevent your home from getting burglarized is not to give those with sticky fingers the incentive to snoop around your house. If you have gotten yourself a brand new piece of technology, don’t leave the box as with the trash. Make sure to break down the box and throw it away in a black garbage bag or directly into the bin, instead of advertising about the awesome gadgets you have at home. If you have plenty of tiny gadgets that you don’t want to lose, make a boring fake bookshelf out of a few old binders, where you can stow away your precious items. Since leaving the lights on isn’t enough anymore, you can boost your home security to the next level by making a cardboard cutout of a person and put it near a window. Every burglar would think twice about entering someone’s house when they see a person’s silhouette in the window. Want a guardian dog to protect your home, without the nuisance of getting up in the morning to walk it? Just put up a “beware of dog" sign in the front door. Simple as that! Check out SmartThings

Household Hacker Busts 5 Food Myths That Everyone Believes In3m02s

Household Hacker Busts 5 Food Myths That Everyone Believes In

In a world wrought with misinformation, how can you know what to believe in anymore? Myths and urban legends still circle to this day, but the Household Hacker has taken to debunking them, one by one. In this episode, we bust 5 food related myths that everyone believes in today and we tell you how to get around them. You may have been taught that storing bread in the fridge will make it last longer, but that is as bad a myth as we have ever seen. Storing bread at low temperatures above freezing will cause the starch in the bread to form its crystalline structures faster, making it more prone to mildew, among other nuisances. That being said, just wrap your loaf tightly to prevent unnecessary air exposure and your bear will keep just enough. What about the old and famous “salt makes water boil faster"? The myth came from the fact that if you throw salt into hot water, it will roll into a boil instantly, but that is just caused by the crystalline formations of the salt granules hitting the surface of the water. In fact, salt actually rises the boiling point of water! Don’t believes us? Watch the video to see how salted water behaves next to unsalted water. Don’t forget to check out Household Hasker’s other videos for more awesome tricks, hacks and all sorts of useful information!

Here Are 10 Ways To Utilize Your Microwave To Its Full Potential4m13s

Here Are 10 Ways To Utilize Your Microwave To Its Full Potential

Not every household has one, but those who do can not stop praising the almighty microwave. This magical contraption has been heating our foods and popping our kernels since 1946 and we seem to be very emotionally attached to it. But what if we told you that there can be so much more than heating your dinner and popping popcorn in your microwave oven? First of all, let’s talk heating things up. Nobody else will tell you this, but the center of the oven is a dead zone, so if you want to avoid getting cold spots in your food, you can place it on the perimeter of the plate, if its rotatory. If not, make sure to leave an empty space in the middle of the plate, so that the food warms up evenly. You can bring life to stale potato chips by placing them in the microwave for 30 seconds. No more chewy chips, who wants that?! Cleaning the microwave can be a hassle, but not if you know this neat trick. Place a bowl of water inside with two tablespoons of vinegar and zap it in your stinky microwave for 5 minutes. The vinegar will evaporate along with the water, removing any caked up gunk on the walls and deodorizing the inside. The smell of vinegar will be gone in a jiff and your best friend will be good to go. Be sure to watch the rest of the clip for more ways to fully utilize your microwave oven.

Here Are 8 Incredibly Simple Tips To Help You Out In The Kitchen4m08s

Here Are 8 Incredibly Simple Tips To Help You Out In The Kitchen

Let’s face it, not everyone can be a Gordon Ramsey or a Martha Stewart in the kitchen. Some of us just have to make peace with the fact that the only thing we’ll ever learn to do in the kitchen is to boil a couple of eggs, and that is okay. Here is where we’ve got you covered. There is no reason to fear the great white onion. It might smell a bit funky and make you cry for no apparent reason, but onions are incredibly good for you and you shouldn’t shy away from them. Whenever you plan on cutting up one, just remember to spritz your cutting surface with a bit of vinegar, to make the sting less powerful. You can then proceed to cut the onion, but make sure you follow this hack, and you’ll have it done in no time. What you need to pay attention to is not to cut the onion all the way through. Leave about a quarter at the top of the onion uncut, it will keep all of the pieces together and you won’t have to worry about gathering them back in the center after each slice. With our help, you’ll start loving chopsticks and eating more bananas and if you ever find yourself in a game of Uno, you might just come out as the winner. There is no need to eat lumpy brown sugar and spill your snacks everywhere, just make sure you take a look at this tutorial, and everything will make sense. Enjoy!

With These Tips, We Will Never Take Salt For Granted Again3m21s

With These Tips, We Will Never Take Salt For Granted Again

When we look at salt, we see this grainy, white-ish substance that makes our food bearable to eat. It has been around for so long, people seem to take it for granted. Well, not anymore! With these hacks, we feel you will be just as gobsmacked about all the ways salt can make your life easier as we were! If there is caked up gunk on your clothes iron, salt can help you get rid of them! Turn that iron on high and sprinkle a generous amount of salt on a sheet of wax paper. Rub that hot iron on the salty for about a minute in all directions to help that sodium pick up the molten gunk from the plate. Good as new! Did your greasy pan catch on fire? You can cut of the flames’ flow of oxygen by covering it with salt. It is that simple. Just like with the clothes iron, you can remove burned up gunk off your pans with a good amount of salt. Cover the bottom and add a bit of water inside. The salt-water combo will lift that gunk and burned food debris, allowing you to just wipe them off. But wiping that grease off your pan will probably leave you with a greasy sponge, so salt comes to the rescue once more! Dissolve a quarter cup of salt in two cups of water and submerge the greasy sponge overnight. In the morning, just wring and you are done! Keep watching to learn about more hacks with the almighty Salt! Join the List!

10 Awesome Baking Soda Life Hacks5m31s

10 Awesome Baking Soda Life Hacks

Here is an awesome list of baking soda life hacks and alternative uses to solve all kinds of common household problems! From cleaning your grill to making a natural air freshener. We’ve even got a few science experiments you can try using baking soda. Grab your sodium bicarbonate and let’s get baking! Even though baking soda is extremely safe you should always be careful when dealing with chemical reactions of any type. Eye protection should be worn and a fire extinguisher near by. If chemicals will be handled then safety gloves should always be worn. If you’re a minor, make sure you have adult supervision whenever you attempt any science experiments. Topics covered in this video: 1. Learn how to clean your grill using baking soda 2. Make a natural air freshener 3. Get rid of heartburn or acid reflux 4. Get stains out of Tupperware and plastic containers 5. Make your own black snakes fireworks with sugar and baking soda 6. Baking soda and ketchup prank 7. DIY Carpet Cleaner 8. Put out a grease fire 9. Get rid of shoe odor 10. Naturally unclog a drain with baking soda and vinegar Facebook: Twitter: Website: Business Inquiries or Media Requests:

Egg-Tastic Cooking Tricks That Are Not A Tough Egg To Crack6m07s

Egg-Tastic Cooking Tricks That Are Not A Tough Egg To Crack

The egg is one of the most widely consumed foods on the planet, they are full of vitamins and protein, they help people lose weight, gain muscle and even improve your brain. So it's about time we put together a list of nifty tricks involving eggs. Included are a variety of ways to cook eggs in the microwave, how check an egg for freshness and fun tricks like how to balance an egg or bake an egg in the oven! These hacks are all pretty useful for people who love eating eggs! Most people don’t know that with some time and patience, you can balance an egg on an extremely flat surface, and carefully rocking the egg back and forth between the fingers. It can be quite frustrating and take some time to pull this off, but the feeling of accomplishment you get when it’s done it’s astounding. If you want to test if your eggs are still good there is a simple trick to help you find out. Fill a clear container with water and carefully put the egg inside. If the egg stands on its pointy edge, it is still edible but it is getting old. If the leg lays right on its side, that is a fresh egg indeed! This one trick is mesmerizing, if you want to scramble an egg in the shell, place it inside the long-sleeved shirt and tie both of the ends. By rapidly spinning the shirt in circular motion and pulling hard a dozen times, you mix egg’s contents right in the shell. Once that is done, you simply boil and enjoy! Watch and learn how to crack an egg with only one hand or to remove the egg yolk easily, all you need is time and practice. Practice makes perfect! Read more at

These Amazing Uses For Wine Corks Will Declutter Your Household3m30s

These Amazing Uses For Wine Corks Will Declutter Your Household

Once you have poured yourself the last glass of wine from your favorite bottle, we assume the last thing on your mind is what to do with the cork. Next time you pop some bubbly or uncork a robust red, stash the corks somewhere safe and save it for future DIY projects! Whether you’ve got one on hand or a full-blown wine cork collection, get inspired by these 20 quirky ways to use wine corks. Declutter your kitchen and make use of your party leftovers with these simple wine cork hacks. Here are some great ways to utilize those wine corks you might have sitting around. No need to throw them away! Make some awesome projects instead! Check out these amazing projects: refrigerator magnets, planters, key chains, candle vase, mirror, candle, chip clip and much more. These are simple and easy projects that put all of those leftover corks to good use. The HouseholdHacker shows us eight different things we can do to recycle those freshness keepers! Household Hacker suggests getting crafty by cutting a cork into eight equal pieces and glues magnets to them. He decorates the opposite sides and use as picture magnet for the fridge. If you want to create a neat housing for air plants you should grab two air plants, magnets, a knife and a cork. Carve out one end of the cork and stick the air plant with glue. Then, attach the two magnets with glue and stick it on the fridge. Genius! List of items covered in this video: 1. Read more at

8 Smart Ways to Reuse Coffee Grounds3m45s

8 Smart Ways to Reuse Coffee Grounds

Here are 8 great ways to reuse those old coffee grounds long after your cup of joe is gone. Never throw away used coffee grounds again! SUBSCRIBE to HOUSEHOLDHACKER → Help translate our videos: Social Media Links: Facebook: Twitter: Business Inquiries or Media Requests? Get in touch here:

These WD-40 Tricks Saved Us Precious Time And Money6m51s

These WD-40 Tricks Saved Us Precious Time And Money

We are here to unlock the secrets of the product we all know and love - Mr. WD-40! We have put together the best 10 WD-40 tricks to use around the house and save you time and money. Anyone that has laid eyes on the spray can with yellow and blue logo has instantly felt a certain ease in their soul, knowing that the lubricant and moisture repellent will always have their backs. But did you know that WD-40 can do much more than just stopping squeaks? You can spray your favorite shoes to be water-tight during those wet months in the winter. It is not the prettiest or the best smelling solution, but it will put your mind at ease. Got some marker stains that you can’t get rid of? Spray some of the viscous content on the area and let it soak, before wiping it off with some tissue paper. Stain-be-gone! The lubricant is also great for gleaning the oily tiles and grit in your kitchen, although the room might smell like a mechanic’s workshop for a while. Don’t forget to clean with detergent after, to remove the oil from the floor! You can remove burnt plastic off your appliances, get rust off your kitchen utensils, remove adhesives or adhesive residue from your surfaces without damaging them, even clean some caked up gunk on your stove! Watch more of Household Hacker’s clip for more time saving tips! - promo code household Business Inquiries or Media Requests: -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- New Video - How To Make 6 Secret H

Cool Yourself In The Summer With This Homemade Air Conditioner That Works Flawlessly2m29s

Cool Yourself In The Summer With This Homemade Air Conditioner That Works Flawlessly

If you are not fortunate enough to have an AC in your house, there is no need to go around looking for a portable AC unit that wont put a dent in your pocket. Household Hacker is here to show you a very cheap method to make an air conditioner in the comfort of your own home, with only $8 worth of supplies. All you will need is a Styrofoam cooler, one or two dryer vents and a fan that you might have laying around. If not, just pick up one that can blow both cool and hot air, just in case for winter. Measure out the hole, or holes, that you will need to cut out in the lid of the cooler for the vents. Make sure to get incredibly close, as you want these to sit nice and snug in the Styrofoam. For the fan, mark around the frame, but cut a bit inside the lines, as you will need to leave some space for it to lay on. After this, just assemble the unit and place a couple of bottle with water in the freezer until they are solid. The more, the better. Curious if this actually works? Watch the entire video to see how this MacGyvered solution worked for the Household Hacker. Happy crafting! KipKay's version: Subscribe! New Videos Weekly: Visit Audible: Facebook: Google+: Twitter:

How To Make The Ultimate Mosquito Repellent2m15s

How To Make The Ultimate Mosquito Repellent

Get Rid Of Mosquitoes The ALL-NATURAL WAY! Up to 6 hours of protection, no harsh chemicals and you can make this mosquito repellent in just a few short minutes! Take back your backyard! Lemon Eucalyptus Oil: Utilizing all natural essential oils that have been determined by the US Government to be as effective as DEET, you can easily and naturally end the plague of mosquitoes! You will need: Lemon Eucalyptus Oil - 30 Drops Witch Hazel (Or Rubbing alcohol, Cooking Oil, Vodka) - 4 Ounces Vanilla Extract (optional but recommended) - 1 Tsp. Give this spray a shot and let us know how it works for you! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Daily Updates @ Spring/Summer Tip Videos: 7 Genius Ways to Get Rid of Ants: Sources/References: Publication: Journal of Parasitology Research Article: “Comparison of Repellency Effect of Mosquito Repellents…” URL: Notes: The CPT of DEET (360 min) was much longer than the CPTs of citronella (10.5 min) and fennel oil (8.4 min)