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How To: Improve life on the road in your RV

Check out this instructional RV video to learn a few quick tips to improving life on the road in your RV. If the lawnchair feels hard on your head, watch this video for a quick headrest. Plus, use a catch as a hanger that will not get in your way, and use velcro to have the remote control always be on the same spot. Watch this tutorial and learn a few tips for your RV.

How To: Get better at 4x4 off-road driving

Need to get better at 4x4 off-road driving? Well, this video tutorial will help you along your way. See how to properly drive off-road, thanks to Xtreme Offroad. If you see it here, you won't be able to stop yourself from trying it out. There has never been a better definition of the word "fun". So, go out and purchase a 4x4 truck and try out off-roading. Remember, speed is not the essence, control is the key to successful off-roading.

How To: Carve a roasted chicken

Fantastic Food with Scott Hargrove demonstrates how to carve a roasted chicken. First, use the appropriate knife. Make sure that your life isn't too large. Use a medium-sized carving knife. Use a carving board with a ridge to contain the juices. Place the chicken with the back bone down and breast up. Break the skin open on leg until you hear a crack. Take the point of the knife and run it along the crease where the bone meets the body to separate the leg. Repeat with the other leg. Next, car...

How To: Test Drive 'Death Road to Canada' for Free on Your iPhone Before Purchasing

The popular RPG Death Road to Canada has finally arrived for the iPhone and iPad, and its impact is immediate. It's fast becoming a top contender for mobile video game of 2017, and it's very easy to see why. The game blends decision making and good old zombie bashing to create a refreshingly unique experience. Add to that the motley cast of survivors that you can recruit, plus the secrets waiting to be discovered, and this game is sure to suck up countless hours of your time.

How To: Add multiple power outlets to your car

Sometimes when it comes to long road trips, we find out that having just on power outlet in your car isn't enough. iPod, cell phone, GPS, etc. how can you be able to use all these items and have just one power outlet? Well in this video, you find out how to add multiple power outlets for those long road trips.

How To: Lay ceramic tile

In this tutorial, we learn how to lay down ceramic tile. Start off by laying down the mortar for the base. After this, scrape it around with the ridged laying tool. Then, lay the tile down flat and place a spacer in between the one that it is next to. Once you are finished with this one, continue the same process for the rest of them. Make sure you are laying the tile down totally flat and it is lined up with the other ones. There should be spacers in between all of the different tiles that a...

How To: Tease your hair using Bumpit hair products

In this tutorial, we learn how to tease your hair using Bumpit hair products. This is a product that you put in your hair to give you lasting volume all day long. It has ridges on it so it holds onto your hair and creates a volumized look! Before you place the product in your hair, you will need to gently tease it. To do this, you will take a section of your hair and hold it up in the air. After this, spray it with hair spray and then brush it down to the root from the top. After this, you ca...

How To: Draw a dog in MS Paint

In this tutorial, we learn how to draw a dog in MS Paint. You will do this by using Paint and your mouse, not using a tablet or a pen on the PC. Start out by drawing the outline of the dog in the middle of the page. Next, fill in the nose, mouth, and eyes with black. Then, color the tongue and draw on the ridges of the teeth in the mouth. From here, you will spray paint the color of the dog onto the edges. Spray brown around the edges, then add in white, tan, black, and other colors to make t...

How To: Massage the feet

In this tutorial, we learn how to massage the feet with Vicky Letch. You want to start off by rubbing oil on your hands and on the foot as well. Bring your hands from the top of the toes going down to the ankle, then bring your hands back up. Cup the foot so there is one hand on the top of the foot and one on the bottom. Next, use your fingers to massage the bottom of the toes and along the top and bottom ridges of the foot. Work gently to avoid any sensitive areas and muscles. Use your knuck...

How To: Pan for real gold

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to pan for gold. Users will need a gold pan. Begin by add some dirt and rocks into the pan. Then pan has ridges that will keep the gold in the pan. Dip the pan and fill it in some water. Now gently shake the pan from side to side for 20-30 seconds. The gold will sink to the bottom as you shake. Then slightly tilt the pan forward to pour out some water as you're shake the pan. This video will benefit those viewers who are interested in searching for mi...

How To: Pan for gold using "backwash & tap" method

The video shows how to pan for gold using the backwash and tap method. Take about a quarter cup of Georgia concentrate and add to a panning tray (looks like a shallow bowl with ridges). Add some water to cover and gently move the mixture around to wash off the lighter sand and dirt particles (gold is heavier and will sink to the bottom). Resettle the mixture at the bottom and start over, continuing to wash off the sand until you start to see specks of gold along the side. Keep resettling the ...

How To: Install a glass tile backspash

This video is to show how to install a glass tile backsplash. Because installing glass is a little different then installing ceramic, knowing what to do is important. Use painter's tape to protect your surroundings wherever you are installing your glass and use only a white thin set mortar recommended from the glass manufacturer to adhere your tiles. Since the glass is see through, unlike ceramic tiles, you need to make sure there is no discoloration and smooth out the ridges on the mortar fo...

How To: Make a paper airplane fly farther

In this video, you are shown how to create a paper airplane and most importantly, how to make it fly farther. You will need a paper airplane, a stapler, and some tape and scissors. You staple the paper airplane all the way to the back without hitting either wing. You create three rows of these staples. This will make the airplane "closed" so it will glide farther. To get even balanced weight which will make it glide further, first tape along the entire top ridge, then you use scissors and mak...

How To: Understand & use gutter guard

In this video you'll learn everything you need to have and how to use and understand your gutter guard. Tracy shows you all the different type of gutter guards, plastic, powder coated metal, galvanized mesh, the ridged mesh, and your hechhog piping. It takes you from everything you need to check for, and how to properly install your mesh. As well as being cautious of safety to achieve the best result. This is a great video to watch when looking to protect your homes gutter system.

How To: Play "Roads Untraveled" by Linkin Park on Piano

Piano cover and tutorial for "Roads Untraveled" from Linkin Park's album "Living Things". It's not required to know how to read piano chords and piano sheet music in order to use this tutorial. Users can make tutorial slower or faster, practice one hand at a time, transpose a song to a different key, create a loop for difficult part of the tutorial to play it over and over again.

How To: Use the CAGED system on the guitar

The CAGED system is the road map of your guitar, it teaches you how to play any shape for any chord on any point on the neck of the guitar. This system does require you to be able to at least be able to bar anywhere on the neck with your finger. In this video you will learn the entire CAGED system and how to apply it to your playing.

How To: Stay safe driving in fog

Driving through thick fog can sometimes be intensely scray. Luskily we have a how to video for how to deal with situations like these. When you run into fog on the road, keep your head and follow these simple tips to stay safe.

How To: Make a fish man movie or Halloween costume

The video is an episode of Indy Mogul. It opens with a man who tells us the topic of this show is to help people make fake prosthetics for a fish-man costume for Halloween. After an intro showing us that the show is about making homemade special effects and props on a cheap budget and a disclaimer the show tells us the ingredients we'll need to make the prosthetics. They are: clay, sunglasses, latex sheet, quarter-inch foam, styrofoam head and bald cap, and liquid latex. The show then demonst...

How To: Replace a slipping clutch in your car or truck

If you're driving down the road in your vehicle (manual transmission), and you step on the gas, but aren't accelerating as fast as you should, even though the RPMs are solidly rising, you may have a slipping clutch. If you think that you clutch may be the problem in your standard car or truck, then Scotty Kilmer will show you how to replace it— the proper way— just like an auto mechanic.

How To: Make a model of a space comet

Are you an active or aspiring scientist? In this free educational video from National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, learn how to make a model of a comet, and why models are important to scientists. Get started on a scientific road to discovery with help from this excellent video on how to make a model of a space comet.

How To: Tune your harmonica to the key of A

Want to play Canned Heat's "On the Road Again" but your harmonica's in the wrong key? No problem: in this elaborate instructional video you'll learn how to tune your harmonica to the key of A by raising the pitch in draw hole 6. And remember: before attempting to adjust the tuning on your favorite harp, it might be wise to practice pitch adjustments on an old, used, broken or cheap harmonica.

How To: Use the XM NavTraffic feature in a 2010 Prius

In this video, we learn how to use the XM NavTraffic feature in a 2010 Toyota Prius. First, turn the system on and then use the plus button toe navigate to where you are on the map. Next, you will be able to see what is coming up in the next few miles and what road blocks or delays you can expect. You can also enter in the destination that you are headed to, and the system will give you directions on which way will get you there the fastest. You can mark different areas that you have been at ...

How To: Fit a road bike

In this tutorial, we learn how to fit a road bike. This can be complicated, but it's vital for your cycling experience. First, you want to make sure you are comfortable no matter what. Pedal on the bike in the store to make sure you are comfortable on it. Now, you need to adjust the saddle height by seeing how far your leg goes down and how bent your knees are when the petal is at the bottom of the turn. After this, move the seat forward, back, or up and down. This will maximize your comfort ...

How To: Draw a Harley-Davidson Road Glide

In this video, we learn how to draw a Harley Davidson Road Glide. Start off by drawing the body of the motorcycle as a rough outline. After this, start to fill in the different areas by making large sections of the bike 3-D. Draw in the wheels and the back of the bike, as well as the handle bars, mirrors, and lights. Draw the seat and back seat in, then start to add in further details. Apply shadowing to the car, making some parts darker than others. When you are finished with the drawing, co...