Top 10 Awesome Things You Can Do With Household Objects

Published on January 5, 2018
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Be Amazed at these Top 10 Awesome Things You Can Do With Household Objects! Pencil Torch – Here’s a really useful, cool and unexpected use for a very common household object – a pencil. You can use a pencil lead to generate a bright light using a powerful battery, like a car battery, so if you break down in the dark and you have no light, you can use this technique to have a look at your car’s engine. Exploding bottle – Mixing certain things within a bottle can easily produce enough pressure for an explosion. Harness plasma ball electricity – Plasma balls are pretty rad. They’re based on the Tesla coil and use noble gases like neon to discharge a high-frequency alternating voltage to an insulated glass exterior. Grow Soap in a Microwave – soap comes in many shapes and sizes, with so many brands extending over decades since the modern bar form was created in the 1870s.

Playing card throwing knives – We all have a pack of playing cards around the house. There’s a slightly more dangerous game you can play with them than card games, though. Toothpick centre of gravity trick – A cool party trick, this exploits a kitchen utensil’s centre of gravity to balance it seamlessly impossibly on the edge of a glass using just a toothpick. Smoke Waterfalls – You can easily create smokey waterfalls using just household objects and they sure look beautiful; almost ethereal in form. Milk stone and sawdust body armour – Milk can be used to create a hard stone-like substance in just a few easy steps. This substance, commonly known as milk stone, is actually a plastic. Use a lemon as a battery – Using lemons to power small lights or LEDs is a well known science experiment that you can try at home. Orange Peel Flamethrower – The wonders of citrus fruits extend far beyond their tastiness and healthy characteristics and even beyond their ability to create electricity.

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