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Published on 27 Feb 2014 | over 2 years ago

Turn your soda can tabs into an awesome aluminum chains! What you do with them is completely up to you!

Some quick links to a few of the materials I used:

[✓] Bag of soda tabs: amzn.to/2cV3YpX
[✓] Dags (diagonal cutting pliers): amzn.to/2ccwC6W

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Project Inspired By:

A local recycling depot.


Cutting metal clips with scissors can result in cuts, scrapes or tears. Adult assistance, and/or gloves are suggested for safety.

Project History & More Info:

While scavenging for scrap metal at a recycling depot, I came across a small collection they had made of unusual items. In the pile was something that looked like a chain, but made out of soda tabs. On closer inspection, I realized that's exactly what it was. Mind blow!

They were kind enough to donate about half a pound of soda tabs (the equivalent of about $0.40 USD) for me to experiment with.

The process was fairly straight forward to figure out, and this video is the result of my personal experience making the soda tab chain!

What would you do with yours? Leave your comment in the description.

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