5 useful tips and tricks for the aspiring life hacker.
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Project Inspired By:
The popularity of my previous life hack videos. You keep asking for them, so I’ll probably keep making them. :)
Ideas that inspired this video:
#1: Freeze Fail Detector - ROBwithaB “Water Bottle Life-Saving Device”: bit.ly/IBAntiFoodPoisoning
#2: Trash Sack Lifehack - A trick I learned working voluntary trash cleanup with the city when I was 13.
#3: Super Tramp - A Thrifty Mom; bit.ly/IBSuperTramp
#4: Honey Healer - www.webmd.com/diet/features/medicinal-uses-of-honey
#5: Drain Pains - Original idea (original to me anyway)
See Rob's new updated Mark II version here: youtu.be/xfRYix2WKc0
Project History & More Info:
In this video you'll see how to;
- Unclog a sink or bathtub without chemical cleaners
- Use honey to heal cuts and blemishes
- Add protection and style to your trampoline with pool noodles
- Create makeshift handle tie trash bags from cheap trash sacks
- Use a juice bottle to help prevent food poisoning