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How To: Clean a hummel figurine

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to clean a Hummel figurine. The materials required for this task are: light fluid or ammonia, warm water soft cloth and a toothbrush. Begin by mixing the fluid into some warm water and dipping the cloth into the water. With the wet cloth, apply it onto the figurines and rub it gently. If you can't remove the stubborn spot, use the toothbrush and clean in a back-and-forth or circular motion. This video will benefit those viewers who collect Hummel figu...

How To: Lay tile in the bathroom

This video is from DannyLipford and covers the proper technique to lay tile in the bathroom. The first step is to lay some chalk lines to find the exact center spot of the room. The first tile will be put down diagonally so that the corners sit on the four chalk lines. Next the mastic is put down on the floor for the first tile and the tile is set into place. The process repeats itself until the tiles reach the toilet where some cuts are required. The presenter is using a portable wet saw tha...

How To: Paint cheetah print nails

For a unique style on your nails, consider these cheetah print nails. After applying a base coat, you should simply apply a gold-yellow nail polish as a background for your cheetah prints. With little artistic skill required, you should be able to make a perfect cheetah print using a thin brush with black nail polish. Simply make small C's on your nails that join to make a small oval. Repeat as necessary until you have the desired number of cheetah spots on each of your nails. With this simpl...

How To: Get permanent marker stains out of your carpet

To follow along with this video, you will need a few supplies: a spray bottle filled with lukewarm water, a couple of clean white blotting towels, and a product called Legacy of Clean. To remove the stain you begin by applying a few drops of Legacy of Clean onto the stain. Use the blotting cloth to agitate the product into the carpet fibers by rubbing it a bit. Then find a new clean spot on the towel, place it over the stain and apply pressure from your fist to blot the stain. You will see th...

How To: Use the spot or regular healing brush in Photoshop

Do you love to edit your photos in Photoshop? Watch this quick video that contains some really neat tips on how to use the healing brushes and patch tools in Photoshop. The spot healing brush makes it easy to brush away blemishes or other marks on the skin. It's good for small spots, not larger areas. You can use the patch tool for larger jobs. These two tools combined will give you a pretty impressive end look. It can remove tattoos, wrinkles, acne and so much more!

How To: Apply a two-toned dot, sparkle, & rhinestone manicure

Nail artist Anna designed this spotted, dotty, and luminous manicure to be colorful and eye-catching. The spots are two-toned, and almost like an animal print, but done in blue. Flat sparkles and rhinestones add a lovely finishing touch. Watch this video nail art tutorial and learn how to create a two-toned dot, sparkle and rhinestone manicure out of white and two distinct shades of blue nail polish.

How To: This Hair Care Product Will Keep Water Spots Off Your Car for Good

Taking care of your car requires effort, whether you take it to the pros for washes, waxes, and detailing, or you spend time to make it shine yourself—and it often seems that, right after your car is sparkling again, rain or midnight moisture appears to cover its surface in water spots. With a small tweak to your typical car care routine, you may be able to keep your car's surface and windows shining longer and better: you just need to add a little hair conditioning liquid.

How To: Touch up portraits with the Photoshop CS5 Spot tool

Searching for a primer on how to use the Adobe Photoshop Spot Removal tool? This clip will teach you what you need to know. Whether you're new to Adobe's popular raster graphics editing software or a seasoned professional just looking to better acquaint yourself with the program and its various features and filters, you're sure to be well served by this video tutorial. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, watch this free video guide.

How To: Convert images to spot colors using Photoshop

In screen printing, Photoshop can be a powerful tool. If you have a jpg, tif, eps, or other type of file in which you can't alter, printing from Photoshop will give you too many separations. Here is a way to take a simple design in Photoshop and convert it to spot colors in order to print solid colors instead of mixing inks.

How To: Zap pimples with spot remover and blemish extractor

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to quickly get rid of pimples. The products recommended to remove pimples in this video are Origin's Spot Remover and a blemish extractor. The spot remover can be used 2-3 times a day. This product costs $12. Simply squeeze the bottle and apply it on the infected area(s). It is also recommended to use a blemish extractor to pop pimples. It is also able to remove blackheads. Simply push it gently down the pimple or blackhead to remove it. This video wi...

How To: Pierce your own lip like an emo kid

In this tutorial, we learn how to pierce your own lip like an emo kid. First, grab a safety pin and put heat with a lighter to it. Let this cool off, then put gloves on your hands. Mark where you want the piercing to be on your lip and look in the mirror to make sure it's in the right spot. Once you have this spot picked out, then you will poke the safety pin through the spot until you poke through the other side. Use tissues to clean up any blood that comes out. Next, you will slip the jewel...

How To: Pierce your own lip safely

In this tutorial, we learn how to pierce your own lip safely. First you will need to clean off your needle with a cleaning solution and clean out your mouth as well. After this, you will need to mark the spot where you want to pierce your lip at. Look at this in the mirror to make sure it's at the spot where you want it to be. From here, you will poke the needle through the lip at the spot you want it to be. From here, you will poke the jewelry through and then put the cap on that. To finish,...

How To: Crop an image in Adobe Photoshop CS2

In this how-to video, you will learn how to crop an image using Adobe Photoshop CS4. First, open Photoshop and open the image you want to crop. Next, press filter and select the edge hollow tool. Carefully draw around the image you want to crop. Once this is done, click on the fill tool and left click in the middle of the image. Now, press preview to see if you missed any spots. You can clean these spots up by pressing the clean up tool. This will allow you to erase these particular spots. On...

How To: Get rid of fake tan mistakes

If you've ever experienced problems with applying/getting a fake tan and having mistakes, then this video is going to show you how to cover up those fake tan mistake spots. The solution to this problem is very simple and all you need to do to start is buy any kind of white mint toothpaste. With this toothpaste apply it by hand to the trouble spots of your fake tan, and with the bleach inside of the toothpaste it will fade the tan. Another method is to take a regular lemon and rub it against y...

How To: Spot a Fake Samsung Galaxy S III Smartphone

If you watched the presidential debate last night, then you might recall Mitt Romney's remark on the fake Apple Store in China "selling counterfeit goods". That store actually sells real Apple products, only it isn't licensed to sell them, so it was a little misleading. Not to say that there aren't real counterfeit iPhones on the market in China. There are and for the most part, people know how to spot them; they mainly buy them because they are cheaper.

How To: Make a DIY vehicle immobilizer to stop car thieves

We all know the G-spot as that sensitive area that drives women crazy, but for auto enthusiasts, it has a whole new meaning. The G-Spot, designed by Daniel Davies, is a vehicle immobilizer, which keeps your vehicles safe from car thieves. And you don't need to pay a huge amount of money to get one, either! You can make on yourself, right at home, provided you have all the right materials.

How To: Properly fold a letter and look professional

From this video, learn a proper way to fold a letter professionally and place it an envelope. Basically take the letter and lay it in a flat surface, then find a spot in the paper which is almost a certain way up and then fold from bottom to that spot and crease it. Then fold from the top above the previous fold and then crease it so that it is a three fold letter. Make sure that the letter head is up when you place it inside the envelope. So that when a person opens the letter the letter hea...

How To: Perform the "serenade of the kings" card trick

This card trick is called Serenade of the Kings. Make two piles of four cards. The first pile contains all kings, and we set these face down (except for the leader king in front) on the table in a star shape. The other pile contains four black spot cards that help us do our magic. Burying the kings into the black spot cards, one by one, shows that they disappear into the pile with a little twist and shake. Now we place the kings and black cards in four different piles of two, but once we pick...

How To: Conceal acne spots on dark skin

The first trick to concealing acne spots on dark skin is to find a concealer with a lot of pigment. Test the concealer on a vein or freckle to make sure it covers completely. Using a synthetic brush, dot the concealer over the pimple, lightly feathering around it to blend in the makeup. You can set the concealer by applying pressed powder with a makeup sponge. When you apply your foundation, be sure to add it lightly, otherwise you may create unwanted smudges.

Walkthrough Assassin's Creed 2: Mission 67

X Marks the Spot: Activate the odd glowing thing and then walk up to the wall of codex pages to bring up a puzzle. Use eagle vision and you can spot the faint red outlines of a picture. You need to rotate all of the pieces around into their correct positions in order to complete the picture. Start by going around the perimeter of the puzzle and arranging the border—it's the easiest. Once you've got the border in place, go for the inner pieces.

How To: Use Spotlight in Autodesk 3ds Max 2014

This 4th Chapter of Lights in Autodesk 3Ds max is fully concentrated on spot light. We will learn about the various spot light parameter of 3ds max like, Hotspot/Beam and falloff, then how to use overshoot or its limitations, how we can make the spotlight rectangular than circuler and many more. Hope you will enjoy.

How To: Do a changing spot combo in ballet

In this video, we learn how to do a changing spot combination. Start off by standing in front of the mirror with your right foot in front of your left. After this, do four open turns. On the fifth turn, do a quarter turn to the right, opening the entire body to the right side. Then, open up your entire body and rotate around until you get to the front. At the end, pull the move in to a pirouette and end up in the front of the mirror again. With practice, you can master this spot combo, just k...

How To: Survive in Dark Souls with a few easy tips

Are you playing through Dark Souls and having flash backs to all those times you died in Demon Souls? IGN is here to help you with several tips and tricks on surviving. This guide shows you good spots to grind, what gift to pick for your character, and where to get the Sorcerer's Catalyst item that will allow you to cast magic in the game, even if you aren't a magic user.