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How To: Put a shine in your hair

If your hair is a little flat, or doesn't have the kind of shine that you're looking for, there are ways to get a great shine in your hair both with over-the-counter products and home remedies. In this video you will get some great tips on how to get silky smooth and shiny hair.

How To: Make a Captain Fordo from Star Wars Lego minifigure

No Star Wars Lego battlefield depicting the events of the popular animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars, is complete without Clone Trooper Captain Fordo. This video will help you to remedy any Fordo deficiencies in your battleground scene by teaching you how to construct a minifigure of Captain Fordo. There, now your Arc Trooper army is complete.

How To: Fix a scratched CD with a hairdryer

There are so many home remedies these days for fixing CDs, but have you ever tried the blowdryer fix? Well, now's your chance. In this tutorial, learn how to use an ordinary hairdryer for fixing and otherwise ruined album. Don't believe it? Give it a try and see for yourself!

How To: Use a multimeter

Learn how to use a multimeter. Multimeters are amazing measuring devices that are an absolute necessity for anybody who wants to works with electronics. However, if you don't know how to use one, you might as well not have one, a problem this video remedies by teaching you various measuring methods and there purposes.

How To: The Top 5 Home Remedies for Treating Poison Ivy & Poison Oak Rashes

Summer is the best friend of poison ivy, oak, and sumac. When the weather is hot outside, people spend more time in the great outdoors, which means more people accidentally running face first into some poisonous shrubs, leaves, and vines. If that sounds like you, instead of suffering through the itch or spending money on expensive pharmaceutical solutions, try some of these home remedies out.

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: Build & maintain a worm composting farm

Looking to make a worm composting bin? Look no further. This video vermiculture how-to will see to it that you know everything you need to know to start your own worm-assisted compost process. For more information, including detailed instructions on setting up your own worm composting bin to generate fertile soil for your home garden, watch this free gardener's guide.

How To: Make a cough syrup with apple cider and vinegar

There are many remedies out there that claim to be the one solution to treating a cough. Although many of them have worked, there's not one solid solution for it, so people tend to try what best works for them. If you have a cough and are looking for a way to get rid of it, this tutorial may be of some assistance. In the video you'll find out what ingredients it takes to make a cough syrup that features apple cider and vinegar. So good luck and hope you feel better!

How To: Reduce constipation

Are you feeling bloated and stopped up inside? It's totally natural to have occasional bouts of constipation. In this tutorial, learn how to do a few home remedies and reduce the stress in your tummy. By minding some of these tips and advice, you may be able to help yourself feel better and finally get the relief you need.

How To: Naturally get rid of constipation

Jennifer Lyall and Dr. JJ Dugoua, the Vitamin Junkeys, discuss natural remedies for constipation. Magnesium is a natural treatment for constipation, but you need to be careful not to take too much. Constipation is when you are not having regular bowel movements. Some causes of constipation are dehydration, certain drugs, poor diet and stress. To keep things moving it is good to drink lots of water and to eat a diet high in foods containing fiber, like fruits and vegetables. Probiotic foods ca...

How To: Cure a case of the hiccups

Getting troubled by hiccups? Watch this short video showing a simple but effective way to get rid of hiccups. A very practical remedy and all you need is a cup of water. Just one cup of water? Watch this out on what to do with one cup of water. Wait a minute without drinking and look for a couch or a bed to lie down with the level of your head lower than your tummy for sometime and repeat it. Now don't worry if you get hiccups.

How To: Quickly fix hangovers

You've probably tried every alleged hangover cure--from cold showers to hot coffee--with little success. But a hangover remedy does exist! So watch this video and learn how to be a drunk without suffering hangovers ever again!

How To: Create heat displacement in Shake 4.1

Check out this tutorial on how to create heat displacement in Apple Shake 4.1, a 2D and 3D compositing suite that will help you with visual effects editing. This video shows you how to create heat displacement in Shake 4.1, resulting in a very realistic picture. The method is easy to replicate on your own personal computer, and assist you with compositing practice. For more information on Shake 4.1, search for Shake 4.1 on WonderHowTo.

How To: Use & operate swivel clamps to String a Tennis racket

String a tennis racket. Take a look at this instructional video and learn how to use and operate swivel clamps. The two main components of the swivel clamp are the tightening teeth and locking down the clamp. The clamp keeps it from moving along the side bar, some are spring assisted, some are not. The tightening teeth is used to keep the clamp attached to the string.

How To: Officiate unsportsmanlike foul in basketball

This DVD was created to assist in focusing the spirit and intent of the rules as well as an aid to the training of all involved in FIBA basketball including: coaches, players and referees. In this video learn how to officiate when an unsportsmanlike foul is committed (aka technical foul).

How To: Offciate goal tending and basket interference

This DVD was created to assist in focusing the spirit and intent of the rules as well as an aid to the training of all involved in FIBA basketball including: coaches, players and referees. In this video learn how to officiate when players are goal tending or causing basket interference when they play basketball.

How To: Play the Djembe

A step by step lesson on how to play call and response exercises with the West African Djembe drum. These exercises are meant to deepen listening skills and will also assist you in learning the building blocks of how to create great solos with your Djembe.