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How To: Make covered hangers with spare fabric scraps

Covered hangers are great for your clothing. They help to maintain the shape and texture of your dresses, plus they look nice! Check out this tutorial and use old scrap fabric to cover ordinary wire hangers and make them look expensive and stylish. This is a great idea for a guest room or anywhere else you would like to add a special, homemade touch.

How To: Build an Emergency Rucksack with a Poncho & Rope (The Horseshoe Pack)

There’s a good chance that you’ll be alone in life one day, and no... I’m not talking about a couch-bound, dateless loser with a pocket pussy and a bag of potato chips. I’m talking about alone. In the wilderness. Hungry. Cold. Lost. You can’t stay in one place too long, so it would be nice to have something to carry your belongings in. Maybe it’s post-apocalyptic land where you’re the sole survivor, and all the backpacks and rucksacks in the world are but mere ash. Either way, knowing this si...

How To: Change a flat tire with AAA

If you have to change a tire out on the highway make sure that you are well out of the flow of traffic. If you have materials to help people see you put them out and make sure that you only use the jack if you are on a hard flat surface. Using a jack on a soft surface such as sand can lead to the car falling off of the jack. Set your emergency brake and turn on your emergency flashers. Check the owners manual for step by step directions and safety tips for changing the tire. Take out the spar...

How To: Cook Chinese spare ribs in a few easy steps

To cook Chinese spare ribs you will need water, vinegar, soy sauce, rice wine, sugar and one pound of spare ribs. First, put the spare ribs in boiling water for three minutes. When it boils, drain the water. In a mixing bowl add one tablespoon of cooking wine, two tablespoons of black vinegar, four tablespoons of soy sauce and five tablespoons of water. Turn the stove top to low and pour the mixture over the spare ribs. The ribs will boil in the juice. You will know the ribs are ready when th...

How To: Put a spare tire on your car

In this video it is demonstrated how to put a spare tire in your car if any of your tire is flat. First of all you should turn your car off and take out your auto manual to find out the location of spare tire and tool kit. Once you know that, take out the spare tire and the tools (mainly jack and spanner). With the help of the spanner loosen the screws in the tire. Then, with the help of a jack , raise your car a bit above the ground. Then take off the loosened screws from the tire and remove...

How To: Replace a flat tire

Learn how to replace a flat tire with a spare in this video. First, make sure your car is parked on a safe flat road. Remove the hub cap covering the lug nuts screwed on to the tire. While the tire is still on the ground, loosen the lug nuts attached to the tire with a lug wrench. Locate the jacking point on the metal frame near the flat tire. Crank the jack just enough to lift the flat tire off the ground. Unscrew the lug nuts with your fingers. You can now easily slide out the flat with you...

How To: Keep score the right way in bowling

Bowling is such a fun group activity and is perfect for birthdays and other types of gatherings. However, if you are not a pro bowler the scoring system can be pretty confusing. This tutorial will walk you through the steps of keeping score so you will know a strike from a spare and everything in between.

How To: Fold an origami paper jumping frog

Got spare time and spare paper to match? Make a jumping paper frog with origami, the traditional Japanese folk art of paper folding. This free origami video lesson presents complete instructions on how to make your own leaping paper amphibians from folded paper. For more information, and to get started making paper frogs yourself, take a look!

How To: Build a storage rack for muddy shoes out of buckets

If you have a lot of spare buckets lying around your home, it's time to finally put them to use. Join Danny Lipford from dannylipford.com as he walks us through a useful storage method. Danny will be teaching us how to create a simple rack for storing muddy or dirty shoes, using only spare buckets. In his walk through, you will learn how to cut and shape your buckets, as well as the kind of tools you will need to build your shoe rack. You'll definitely save a lot of money on storage supplies ...

How To: Change a flat tire on your bike

If you are a serious bike rider, chances are you have had or will have a flat tire at a disastrous time during a ride at some point. Knowing how to change out the bad tire and tube (and having a spare to replace them with) can make all the difference in saving your ride. This video will show you how to change the tire tube on you wheel while on the trail quickly and easily, getting you back riding.

How To: Put a spare tire on your car when you get a flat

Graham from TV Lesson explains how to change a tire. In most cars, the spare tire is located in the trunk, along with the jack and tools. First, look under the car and locate the folded pieces of metal to find the jack point. Raise up the jack a bit and slide it under the jack point. Next, using the lug wrench, break the torque on the lug nuts. Then, jack up the car. Once the car is jacked up, remove the lug nuts. Next, remove the flat tire and place it into the trunk of the car. Place the do...

How To: Make a hard drive speaker system

Looking to make use—if not necessarily good use—of your old hard drives? This how-to presents instructions for creating a hard drive speaker system to use in conjunction with an MP3 player. To follow along, you'll need an MP3 player (e.g., the Samsung YP-S3), at least one spare hard disk, wire, a soldering iron, and a screwdriver. For step-by-step instructions on hacking together your own hard drive sound system, take a look.

How To: Use x-ray techniques in Photoshop to show naked skin through clothing (NSFW)

Do those new naked body scanners have you freaked out at the airports? As far as the TSA is concerned, those x-ray machines are here to stay, but you might as well take comfort in knowing that airport security guards aren't the only ones looking at your private parts. Practically anyone with a computer can manage to see through your clothes, and it's all thanks to a little program called Photoshop. Thanks, Adobe.

How To: Change a flat tire for women

Runde Auto Group demonstrates how to change a flat tire. First, open your vehicle's trunk and remove the spare tire, the jack and the tools. You may need to loosen a wing nut to remove the tire from the trunk. Consult your owner's manual for limitations when driving on the spare tire. Put the jack under your car and line it up with the lip. Jack up the car using the lug wrench as an extender to take a little bit of pressure off the tire. Then, loosen the lug nuts using the lug wrench. Jack up...

How To: Use an iPhone as spy camera

If you're looking for ways to get all James Bond on someone, you may want to check out this video. In it you'll see how to turn your iPhone into a spy camera, letting you take photos or videos at set intervals, or, whenever the mic detects any sound. It's pretty cool and not hard to do! Requirements: 1. iPhone 2. iPad 3. Wi-Fi (bluetooth works aswell but not as good) 4. a place to put iPhone 5. spare time! So remember, the name is phone. iPhone.

How To: Make a pixel stretch streaking effect in Photoshop

Into abstract art? Have Photoshop and a little spare time? This video demonstrates how to create a neat motion-streaking effect. Whether you're new to Adobe's popular image editing software or simply looking to pick up a few new tips and tricks, you're sure to benefit from this free video tutorial from TutVids. For more information, including step-by-step instructions on how to recreate this effect for yourself, watch this graphic designer's guide. Download the photo used in this tutorial rig...

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