Dave Hax demonstrates how to quickly tie your shoelaces using the Ukrainian knot method. Re-thread your laces and learn this fun technique. It makes tying your laces quicker and its fun to learn.
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Dave Hax (see previously) shows off a simple way to prepare and serve a pineapple at parties to share with friends. He cuts the pineapple into four quarters, slices the delicious fruit away from the skin, and then cuts fruit into tiny triangles. Hax finishes up by alternating each triangle piece to give it a…
Dave Hax has created a new life hack video tutorial on how to quickly and safely cut onions using a strong hair pick that has stainless steel prongs. He demonstrates how to keep your fingers away from the knife blade by holding the onion in place with the hair pick.
Dave Hax shares a pretty important life hack, how to open a bottle of wine using a key. How to remove the cork from a wine bottle using a house key. Fun life hack if you haven’t got a cork screw, or use it as a party trick. Works with synthetic corks but not real…
Dave Hax provides some handy tips on how to keep warm this winter. From clothing and food, to making a heater and a draught excluder. Perfect for when it’s cold outside. Warm your shoes and feet with a hair dryer, and keep active to help you stay warm.
Dave Hax created a video tutorial on how to make custom blooming paper flowers that open up when you add them to water. Fun craft idea to do with kids. You could leave a Valentines message inside and surprise a loved one. Be amazed as you watch it open by itself.
Dave Hax (previously) shows how to draw 3D objects that appear to be coming off the paper using lines in his most recent instructional video. He creates a three-dimensional pencil drawing of a wooden spoon, his hand, and Bart Simpson. music by Kevin MacLeod – “Cipher2“
Dave Hax demonstrates some of the uses for Sugru self-setting silicone rubber (previously), a handy moldable substance that can repair frayed wires as well as leaky shoes, and can serve as a hook for a small-space storage solution. submitted via Laughing Squid Tips