Life Hacks

How to Fix Anything

How to Fix Anything

(PG-13: Language) Is your internet router on the fritz? Appliances acting up? Uncle Rob has got you covered. His series of informative life hacks has the universal solution for just about anything, and it involves gasoline, a spark, and a bit of whiskey. More useful tips here.

Battery Bounce Test Slow-mo

Battery Bounce Test Slow-mo

Here’s a little life hack – if you drop an alkaline battery on its end, it should bounce higher if its depleted than when charged. Warped Perception decided to test this out in front of his slow-motion camera, to see how differently-charged batteries behave.

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60-Year-Old Life Hacks

60-Year-Old Life Hacks

YouTube channel HouseholdHacker dusted off an old 1957 Science and Mechanics book filled with tips and tricks for around the house and decided to put some to the test to see if they were still relevant and useful today. We’re so trading in our oven mitts for a metal dustpan.

Tie Tying Hack

Tie Tying Hack

It’s becoming more and more rare that guys have to regularly wear neckties, so the skill of tying one is becoming a lost art. DaveHax shows us a truly unique way to get a perfect knot every time – before you even put the tie around your neck.

Useful LEGO Life Hacks

Useful LEGO Life Hacks

Household Hacker shows off a handful of easy and practical gadgets you can build using LEGO bricks, from doorstops, to smartphone docks, to drink coasters, and even though it’s not really a life hack, that little chess set is cool too.

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