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How To: Inspect the bumper damage

In this tutorial, we learn how to inspect bumper damage on a vehicle. On older vehicles, there is a metal absorber filled with fluid, so you would be able to see the amount of damage done. This would be able to tell you how far the bumper went in, and if it hit anything important in the vehicle. In newer vehicles, they are reinforced with a type of Styrofoam on the outside. Just because a vehicle doesn't show damage on the outside, doesn't mean there isn't damage underneath the car. So, alway...

How To: Identify and treat snow mold

snow mold occurs in round patches of grass in the lawn. The patches contain a fussy substance (the mold), that appears in grey or pink; the most dangerous of the two. Mold is formed whenever a lot of snow is left on the lawn for a long period of time, this causes the mold to grow underneath. Late fertilization with a lot of nitrogen promotes mold. Dead grass or thatch can cause mold to develop. Gently raking allows airflow into the grass and promotes new grass growth. The putting down of gras...

How To: Remove blackheads

In this video, we learn how to remove blackheads with Lisa Rhodes. Blackheads are a common problem that occur when dirt and bacteria get trapped underneath the skin. The best way to remove these blackheads from your skin comedone extractors, which is a metal stick with a hole at the end. It applies even skin around the blackhead when you are extracting. This is safer than using your fingers, because your fingers tend to damage the hair follicle, which leads to acne bumps or a larger pore. thi...

How To: Use clip in color extensions

In this video, Jennifer Pompa teaches us how to use click in color extensions using Easilites clip-in color extensions. These extensions are about 1 inch wide and 16 inches long. They are also 100% human hair so you can use heat tools on them without damaging them. To use, grab a piece of your hair close to your hair line and pull it over to the other side of your head. Next, take the hair extension and slide it into the hair underneath. Make sure it is clipped in well and put your real hair ...

How To: Repair cut leather on your own

In this how-to video, you will learn how to make a repair in cut leather. This is useful if you have damaged leather you would like to repair yourself. Make a knife cut in the leather, and then cut and place a sew patch into the leather. Push it underneath the leather. Now, glue the sew patch in place with inexpensive craft glue. Rub it around the leather and edges of the cut. Wipe off excess glue with a damp cloth and wait until it dries. Place something heavy on it for a good amount of time...

How To: Wash & clean your hardwood floors

The best way to clean a hardwood floor is to make sure that you don't use excessive moisture. For the actual process, you should just get a dry mop. You should try to make sure that your hardwood floor never gets wet at all. In the event that someone steps on your floor with their muddy shoes, damp mopping is the way to go about dealing with that. Even if it looks messy, it is better not to douse the floor; the moisture seeps between the cracks in the boards and gets underneath it, doing dama...

How To: Remove a fuel fliter

In this video, we learn how to remove a fuel filter. Start out by removing the secondary retainer cup. After this, you will install quick disconnect tool and rotate until the primary cup has been released. Repeat the previous steps until all the lines are disconnected from the vehicle. After this, you should be able to simply remove the fuel filter from the vehicle. Make sure you are using the right tools to remove the retainer cup so you don't damage anything underneath the vehicle. Once fin...

How To: Sew in a Weave Yourself

Ready to try and sew-in your own weave? It's a big decision. As with everything that concerns our hair, we struggle with the pros and cons and often dwell on what could go wrong. Pixie cut. Perm or not? New shade (of pink, purple, or blue). These are all major decisions because ... well, it's our hair, and hair is such a big part of our style. To get a weave or not calls for careful consideration, and to sew one in yourself, that's an even bigger internal debate.

How To: Fix a Snagged Thread in Your Favorite Sweater

You just bought a new loose-knit sweater, slipped it on, and your ring, earring, smartwatch, or even your fingernail snagged a piece of thread yanking an entire loop loose in the fabric. It's happened to me more times than I can remember, and if you cut that eyesore away you're asking for trouble. However, there is a quick way to fix it while maintaining the longevity of your sweater—without giving money to your dry cleaner. Begin by assessing the size of your sweater's damage; is the snagged...

Shake It Up: How to Peel Eggs with a Glass of Water

Hard-boiled eggs are such an amazing snack, but there's nothing quite so frustrating as trying to get all the shell off without damaging the egg underneath. I've ended up with many a sadly pitted and pockmarked egg that somehow doesn't taste quite as good as when it emerges all white and smooth.

How To: Truss a chicken for cooking

Leslie Green from the Hungry Housewife shows you how to truss a chicken for cooking. To begin, you need of course, a whole raw chicken. You will also need about 3 feet of twine or string. Fold the twine in half so it is even on both sides. Place the chicken on its back with its legs facing upwards toward you. Place the twine underneath the chicken, and come up around each end of the chicken legs. Tuck the chicken's wings underneath its body. Pull the twine tight, and criss cross it so it goes...

How To: 10 Key Things Everyone Should Know About Seasoning, Cleaning, & Maintaining Cast Iron Pans

Cast iron is one of the best surfaces to cook on, but taking care of it is a whole 'nother story. It's not as simple as just washing it in soapy water like all of your other pans, and everyone has different ideas about how it should be done. It seems intimidating at first, but once you learn the basics, you'll be making the best steaks, homemade pizza, and fried chicken of your life.

How To: Change your engine oil and filter

In this video we learn how to change your engine oil and filter. First, make sure you can go underneath your vehicle. If not place it up on jacks so you can go underneath. After this, find the oil can and then remove the drain plug from it. Let the oil drain into an oil pan until it no longer drains from the car. Next, replace the plug on the bottom of the oil tank and then pop the hood on your vehicle. Remove the cap for the oil tank and then pour your new oil into it. After this, you will r...

How To: Burn money without damaging it

Evil Dylan takes a twenty dollar bill and sets it on fire, but does not damage the money at all. Materials necessary for this experiment are distilled water, alcohol and a twenty dollar bill. He measures 45ml of distilled water into a measuring cup and then tops it off at 100ml with the alcohol. He then puts the twenty dollar bill into the mixture and soaks it for a while making sure that the bill is totally immersed. Then he sets it on fire and even though the fire burns, the bill is not dam...

How To: Tie a necktie in a Full Windsor knot

In this video we learn how to tie a necktie in a Full Windsor knot. First, take four inches on the skinny side and bring the long end over it. Then, bring the tie up back underneath and pull it through. Drop this down to the right hand side and then bring the long end back up underneath the other side. Bring the tie across the front of the knot towards your neck and pull it through the back of the tie. Next, bring the tie across the front of the knot and create a cross section. Bring it back ...

How To: Fix a frozen iPhone or iPod with water damage

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to fix a frozen iPod or an iPod with water damage. Begin by shifting the iPod into hold mode. Then push back the hold switch. Now hold the center and menu button until the apple logo appears. To take care of water damage, put the iPod in a bag of rice for about 1 day or as much time needed until the water is completely gone. This can also be done with other water damaged electronics. This video will benefit those viewers who have an iPod and want to l...

How To: Tie a paracord storage sinnet

In this video, we learn how to tie a paracord storage sinnet. First, coil up the paracord and then form a bight with the working part at the top of the coils. Next, create a loop from the bight and pull the loose part underneath this and pull it underneath the loop you created. Now, tighten the new loop up and then take the loose part and place it underneath to create a new loop. Push this through the other loop, then tighten with the loose end. This is a very difficult knot to do and is not ...

How To: Change the engine oil in a Chevy truck

In this tutorial, we learn how to change the engine oil in a Chevy truck. To start, you will want to place your car up on a secure jack so you can get underneath it with ease. Next, find the oil can and drain plug underneath the truck and use a wrench to remove the bolts around them. Now, place an oil pan underneath the drain plug and let the oil leak out into this until there is no more left. Next, clean off the bolt that is used for the drain plug and remove the filter from the underneath o...

How To: Change the oil to a MINI Cooper with a topside changer

When changing the oil to any car, getting underneath the vehicle and doing it that way, can be very dangerous for anyone. Not only do you have less room underneath to operate, but if doing it at home, there's a small chance that the car can fall on you. So for an easier method check out the tutorial above. Find out how to change the oild to a Mini Cooper without having to get underneath it. Enjoy!

How To: Blow dry, flat iron, & protect long hair

Sick of damaging your hair with all the products and flat irons? Those products don't have to cause your hair damage if used correctly. In this two-part hair video tutorial, learn how to blow dry and flat iron long hair in a way that does not cause damage. Blow dry your hair and minimize the heat damage and breakage by following the tips in these two videos. Shampoos & conditioners are are also gone over, as well as how to use a flat iron minimally to get the results you want, with less damage.

How To: Network-Unlock Your iPhone to Use with Any GSM Carrier on iOS 11

If you want to use your iPhone with another carrier, all you have to do is contact the original carrier to request an unlock, which is usually granted in a few days. Unfortunately, you need to meet specific criteria to officially carrier-unlock your iPhone, like paying off the device in full and completing any contracts. But that doesn't mean there isn't a workaround you can use beforehand.

How To: Rejuvenate and repair damaged hair

This video shows the viewer how to rejuvenate damaged hair with a few simple techniques. The first stage is to not let the hair get damaged in the first place. One of the most common causes of damaged hair is excess use of heat on the hair – either through a blow drier, straightening iron or a curling iron. Another cause of damaged hair is allowing the hair to become matted. This can be sorted out by simply combing the hair. If the hair has become damaged the recommended approach is to get it...

How To: Remedy potential earthquake hazards in the workplace

Washington State has a history of large earthquakes, as does California. More than 1,000 earthquakes are registered in Washington State each year. More than 10,000 are recorded in California each year. In an earthquake, non-structural elements, which is anything that does not actually hold the building up, may become unhooked, dislodged, thrown about, and tipped over. this can cause extensive damage, interruption of operation, injury and even death.

How To: Inspect a motorcycle for damage after an accident

This video teaches viewers on how to inspect a motorcycle for damage after an accident as well as documenting it. The most important thing you need to do after an accident is to document all parts of the damage by taking photos of the damaged parts. Start by verifying the VIN number or Vehicle Identification Number and take a picture of it, take a photo of it. After that, get a photograph of the mileage on the dash area of the motorcycle. If there is other important information that needs to ...

How To: Create the Misty Maven drag queen makeup

In this video, we learn how to create the Misty Maven drag queen makeup. Start off by applying a primer to the eye, followed by white eyeshadow over the entire eye and underneath the eyebrow. Next, apply a gray shadow in the crease, brushing it out to the outer v of the eye, making a wing shape. Next, take a sparkly black eyeshadow and apply it to the base of the crease and blending to the outer edge of the eye. Next, take the white shadow and apply it to the inside of the eye down to underne...

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