Life Hacks

Lawnmower hack literally cuts mowing time in half2m22s

Lawnmower hack literally cuts mowing time in half

This is the fastest and cheapest way to mow your lawn in a timely fashion. Using inexpensive push mowers, this guy made a pull rack and now gets 98 inches of cut. It literally cut his mowing time in half and each of the smaller mowers only uses 1 tank of gas per cut. Genius!

Four helpful life hacks for cat owners1m12s

Four helpful life hacks for cat owners

Do you have a feline friend sharing your home? Your furry little diva is probably fairly self-sufficient. She will groom herself, use her litter box, and generally spend a lot of her time napping. That said, there are still some great ways to make caring for your kitty easier. Cats often have habits that are so unique and mysterious, but sometimes it requires a little ingenuity and a few life hacks to make coexistence with them pleasant for both of you. We all love our furry friends so much, but sometimes we need a solution for their fur and litter. We all know the struggle of maintaining these things!

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Published: May 4, 201861 plays$0.04 earned
Paramedic Shows How To Perform The Heimlich On Yourself1m49s

Paramedic Shows How To Perform The Heimlich On Yourself

The world is a scary place and you never know what the future has in store for you around the corner. That is why it is important to prepare yourself for any potential situation that may occur. This is an effective and simple way to save yourself if you're alone and choking, brought to you by a Firefighter/Paramedic ACLS/BLS Instructor Jeff Rehman. Special Thanks to Lt. Mark (Mother) Sherman. “I have noted over those years that there is really no effective means for someone to rescue themselves should they be choking and nobody is there to help them,” Mr. Rehman says in the video, which has been seen more than 7 million times thus far. In the clip, he uses a basic push-up motion to create suction to hopefully dislodge the object that is blocking your throat. First, get on your knees in the push-up position, then let go of your arms, essentially letting your stomach and chest smack on the ground. The air that moves out from this technique should be enough to remove whatever is stuck in your airway. You cannot predict these things when they happen, that's why it is better to be safe than sorry. When you accidentally inhale something and the moment of sheer panic strikes when you start losing your breath, remember Mr. Rehman’s demonstration in order to help yourself quickly and efficiently by doing the Heimlich maneuver on yourself. In case you would like to know how to perform the Heimlich maneuver on your dog, check out this video demonstrated by a vet. The Heimlich maneuver, also called abdominal thrusts, is a first aid procedure first described by Dr. Henry Heimlich in 1974. It is used to treat foreign object obstructions to the upper airway. Modern protocols recommend several stages for removing airway obstructions, designed to apply increasingly more pressure. Start by encouraging the victim to cough, followed by a few slaps on the back and finish with abdominal thrusts or chest thrusts as a last resort. Dr Heimlich claimed that back slaps were actually dangerous in these situations, since these could cause death by further lodging the foreign object into the windpipe of the victim. One Yale study from 1982 persuaded the American Heart Association to stop recommending back slaps or blows, which later turned out to be partially funded by Dr. Heimlich’s own foundation. According to a doctor from Mayo Clinic and the AHA, "There was never any science here. Heimlich overpowered science all along the way with his slick tactics and intimidation, and everyone, including us at the AHA, caved in." Still, both the Mayo Clinic and the European Resuscitation Council recommend alternating between five back slaps and five abdominal thrusts in cases of severe airway obstructions. However, in countries like Australia, authorities believe that there is not enough evidence backed by science to support the use of abdominal thrusts and their use is not recommended in first aid. Instead, chest thrusts are recommended. However, if you are on your own and this happens, Heimliching yourself might be your best, if not only, option.

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Published: February 28, 201418,230,137 views
Grandmother Has Never Had Gret Hair Thanks To One Trick2m49s

Grandmother Has Never Had Gret Hair Thanks To One Trick

A 75-year-old grandmother who has never used shampoo still has jet black hair thanks to one secret trick - washing it with COCONUT milk. Modesta has been using the natural method every two days since she was born on the remote island of Marinduque, Philippines.

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Published: January 11, 2018238 plays$0.26 earned
Alternative Uses Of Toothpaste To Make Your Life Easier3m35s

Alternative Uses Of Toothpaste To Make Your Life Easier

This video features nine different alternative uses of toothpaste that will come in handy in your daily life and make things easier for you. Which one is your favorite? Toothpaste comes in various flavours, brightening your teeth however is just one thing that you can do with your toothpaste. Footage shows some other alternative uses for this common household item, many of which may surprise you. Think twice before throwing your empty toothpaste in the garbage because when the tube is stretched out, there is still a lot of paste content inside it. Roll up the tube and clip it. This way the entire content of the paste will be squeezed out when you next press it! Another way to make sure that you have squeezed out the very last drop of toothpaste is to use a rolling pin and roll over from toothpaste’s bottom towards its opening. This will keep the paste content closer to the opening and this way the entire tube will be emptied! Use toothpaste to clean your phone screen. Apply some toothpaste and scrub it all over the screen, then use dry cloth to wipe it clean! Also, repeat this process for your computer screen, leave the toothpaste work its magic, and watch your screen get shiny again! In addition, use toothpaste to clean the headlights of your vehicle. Pour some toothpaste and scrub it all over the headlights with a toothbrush. Next, wash it off with clean water and wipe it out with dry towel.

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Published: January 31, 2018554 views
These Amazing Simple Life Hacks Using WD-40 Will Save You Tons Of Time5m20s

These Amazing Simple Life Hacks Using WD-40 Will Save You Tons Of Time

Check out these ten useful and cool life hacks using WD-40 that will blow your mind! A can of WD-40 does more than just free rusted metal parts or stop things from making irritating squeaky noises. Here are some clever uses for the fluid that you should keep in mind and put in practice. This video shows us that WD-40 fluid can be used to do helpful things like remove wax crayons from screens, clean off chewing gum from carpets and shoes, act as a carpet and kitchen cleaner to fight tough stains, add a short-term shine to leather shoes, and so much more. It is amazing how WD-40 can lubricate the stuck and tight zipper, and help it move in smooth motion. Did you know you can light a fire in the rain or in any wet conditions, because WD-40 is very flammable and can be used as a fire starter. You can also use it to remove grease or wax from any surface. WD-40 works like magic for removing your kids’ crayon drawings from any surface, and it is very easy too. If you have difficulty removing a piece of gum off the carpet, all you need is WD-40. The same method works if the gum stuck in your hair. Amazing! However, this is also the case if you need to remove some stains. If you spill some ketchup on your carpet you should soak the stain for 5 minutes with WD-40 and the stain will be easily removed. When you need to cut something, you should lubricate your scissors with WD-40 so that they manage to easily cut through tough stuff. This amazing liquid also works for cleaning and making your leather shoes waterproof, or for cleaning stainless steel appliances. Next time you need to remove dirt, rust or glue that is stuck and stained, remember to use WD-40 to clean up your stove from those dry and hard to remove spills or stickers.

Quick Trick To Peel A Hard-Boiled Egg In Few Seconds28s

Quick Trick To Peel A Hard-Boiled Egg In Few Seconds

Sometimes peeling a hard-boiled egg can be a bit annoying. The shell gets stuck and breaks up into little pieces that have to be picked off separately. Luckily, this video shows a trick that will have your hard-boiled egg peeled in less than 5 seconds! We all know that it can be really annoying when you have to spend time peeling a boiled egg, because most of the time only little pieces of the shell come off one by one and it is a time-consuming process. Well, this video presents a neat trick which will help you to avoid all that and have your egg ready in just few moments! Peeling a boiled egg isn't as annoying as you think when you know this nifty cool trick. All you need is a glass, an inch of water, and a boiled egg! With this trick, you can peel your egg in only seconds!! All you have to do is place your boiled egg in the glass, place an inch of water and shake the glass with the egg for a few seconds. Covering the glass with your hand is a good idea so that it doesn’t fall off the glass, and we don't want the egg to go flying! After shaking the egg in the glass, pour the remaining water from the glass out and check on your egg. By now, the shell should be very loose and should come off very easily when you touch it. Voila, this trick saved you some time and nerves and you have an egg that barely took anytime to peel. Hooray! Try this out yourself and let us know how it goes!

Amazing new way to make microwave popcorn1m49s

Amazing new way to make microwave popcorn

All out of microwave popcorn on Saturday night? Have plenty of popcorn in a jar, but concerned with the safety of pan frying your buttery treat around the kids? Jordan Randomness discovers a NEW and healthier alternative to bring back the fun of movie night with just a paper lunch bag!