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How To: Heat up & serve warm brandy

In this video from ExtremeBartending, you can learn how to heat up and serve warm brandy, a classic drink, which is particularly nice to sip on a cold night. The video offers three separate ways to achieve your warm brandy, using hot water in a brandy snifter to warm the glass, and then pouring in the brandy, putting hot water in a separate glass, and then resting your brandy snifter on that, or finally, a bold method that actually involves setting the brandy on fire!

How To: Bathe your cat

This video demonstrates how to bathe a cat. It's a cat's worst nightmare. To make it easier, first be sure the water temperature is warm and constant. Put the cat in the tub and get him wet with the sprayers warm water. Protect the cats eyes at all time. Apply cat shampoo liberally and rub it in good. Then apply conditioner to the cats' fur to help detangle and conditon it. Rinse really well with warm, steady stream of water. Then use a warmed up towel to wrap around the cat. This will help d...

How To: Prevent dry skin by avoiding very hot water

In this video, we learn to prevent dry skin by avoiding very hot water. Make sure when you take a bath or shower, you don't use very hot water. Use warm water, which will keep moisture in your skin. Hot water will reduce the moisture from your skin, which will make your skin itchy if you have a rash. Also, if you take a bath, make sure you don't add in any oil and that you use only warm water. When you are done with your shower or bath, pat yourself dry and apply moisture right away so you do...

How To: Wash your hands the correct way

In this tutorial, we learn how to wash your hands the correct way. First, let the water run for a few seconds until it gets hot or warm. After it's done warming up, run your hands through the water, make sure to get your wrists wet as well. Next, apply a quarter sized amount to your hands and scrub through your fingers as well as underneath your fingernails and around your wrists. When you are finished scrubbing, rinse your hands with the warm water and then pat dry with a towel. If you are i...

How To: Dye and marble Easter eggs

During Easter, everybody stocks up on the eggs because dying eggs is a great Easter activity. But there's something else you can try… dying and marbling. Watch this video recipe to learn how to dye and marble Easter eggs. A new twist to Easter eggs.

How To: Treat a sore throat naturally, at home

In this tutorial, we learn how to treat a sore throat naturally. To do this, you will need: lemons, honey and water. First, cut your lemons in half then squeeze it into a coffee cup. Now, add a spoonful of honey to the cup followed by a glass of warm water. Mix this together until everything is well incorporated. Sip on this mixture until the entire thing is gone. These natural ingredients will help your throat feel better and help speed up the recovery process for your illness. Make sure to ...

How To: Make slime, flubber, or goob for kids

This video shows you how to make slime, flubber or goop. Take two ounces of glue and one quarter cup of water. Pour the water into the glue and stir the mixture. Pour in a few drops of paint and keep stirring. The more paint you add, the darker it will be. Take one quarter teaspoon of borax and one quarter cup of warm water. Add the borax powder into the warm water and mix together to dissolve the borax. It is ok if not all the borax is dissolved. Pour the borax mixture into the glue mixture ...

How To: Make flubber with household supplies

This is a hobbies and toys video tutorial where you will learn how to make flubber with household supplies. Put three fourths cup of warm water into one jar. Measure half a cup of glue. Take food coloring or any other color and pour it into the glue. Stir the glue so that the color mixes well. Now add the glue into the warm water and stir well. For the second mixture, take two teaspoons of borax and half a cup of warm water and stir. Now combine both the mixtures together in a jar. With both ...

How To: Use a Peltier module to create free electricity from heat

A Peltier module allows you to turn heat into electricity. Because you can place it in areas that are normally warm anyway, the electricity created is "free" in a sense, though it does work best when one side of the module is cold and the other is hot. In other words, all you'll need for this project is the Peltier module and a cooler surface such as soil or water, and a warm area such as a well lit window or warm pan.

How To: Bake summer savory dog biscuits

This video describes how to bake summer savory dog biscuits. For ingredients you need 2 cups of Keen dog food, 2 cups of warm water, 1/2 cup of grated parmesan cheese, 1/2 cup raw ground beef, 1/4 cup of grated raw zucchini, and 2 large eggs. You will bake the recipe at 350 for about 25 minutes. First, mix the dog food with the warm water to make a thick mix. Add in the other ingredients and mix until you have a nice thick batter. With your hands, pat small amounts of dough into biscuits and ...

How To: Make Mediterranean pita bread

In this tutorial, we learn how to make Mediterranean pita bread. First, you will need to gather, flour, sugar, yeast, salt olive oil, and water to make this. Now, measure out 1 tsp of sugar and empty 1 packet of yeast into it, then add 1/2 c of warm water. Let this sit for around 15 minutes until it's foamy. Now, measure out 2 c white flour with 2 c wheat flour, then add in 2 tsp of salt and mix these up in a large bowl. Now, add in 1 c warm water to the dough and then add in the yeast mixtur...

How To: Use a neti pot to clear your sinuses

So the wife shows me an episode of Oprah with Dr. Oz of the You series of health books. He's showing this thing called a neti pot. It's a watering can for the nose. The thing is put into one nostril and warm salt water is poured through the nostrils cleaning out the sinuses.

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: Thoroughly clean tile grout

In this video Rich explains how to maintain a grout and tile floor. He uses a chemical cleaner which he describes as a "grout-smart type product." For regular maintenance of the floor Rich recommends using only 1oz of the product per gallon of warm water but for really badly stained floors using up to 12oz per gallon of warm water. Rich mixes the chemical into his water then applies the mixture to the tile using an ordinary deck scrubber, he then uses an angled scrubber which has bristles tha...

How To: Clean your septum piercing

First of all you need to have some warm water in glass. Now take an ear bud and dip into the warm water. Now apply some soap over it. You can use the hand soap also for this purpose. Insert the bud in your nostril and then rub it around the pierced skin. Remove all kinds of particles accumulated at this portion. Now clean the other nostril as well. Now hold your pierce ring with your two fingers and give it shake. This shall remove all solid pieces from the area. Otherwise these may go down i...

How To: Remove the garlic smell from your hands

Removing the garlic smell from your hands can be a very difficult thing to do. Sometimes you just can't stand the smell. Maybe you have a date and don't want to stink, but just can't get that smell out of your skin. There is a way to neutralize the odor so that you can get on with your life. After you get done cooking with either garlic or onions or any other stinky food, run your hands under some warm water. Then get some coffee grounds and mash them up and get them wet. Once the grounds are...

How To: Easily use a Neti pot

This video demonstrates how to use a neti pot. This simple device is used to pour warm salt water up one nostril where it can clean out your sinuses and is then drained out the opposite nostril. This is a natural treatment for colds and allergies. You will need a neti pot, warm water, salt, a bowl, tissues and sesame oil. Dissolve the salt in the warm water in the neti pot. Turn your head to the side and pour the water into the top nostril. The water will come out the other nostril. To get th...

How To: Bake French bread

In this tutorial, we learn how to bake French bread. First, you will need to take 1 tbsp water and mix it with warm water then set aside. After this, measure out 4 c flour along with 1 tbsp table salt. Mix the dry ingredients together with a wooden spoon, then add the yeast mixture to the dry ingredients. After this, add in some more warm water to the bowl and continue to mix the bowl. Add in as much water as you feel is necessary for the dough to combine until it's the right consistency. Aft...

How To: Boil water without pots or pans

This video illustrate how to boil water without pots or pans. Here are the following steps:Step 1: You need fire, water and any plastic container with lid.Step 2: Now take water and fill it in the bottle so that there is no air present in the bottle.Step 3: Now put on the fire and put the seal bottle on fire with a distance of around 12 inch.Step 4: Now let the heat warm up the bottle and be careful while handling the bottle.Step 5: After the water has heated up, bubbles will appear in the bo...

How To: Make Indian puri for pani puri

In this video, we learn how to make Indian puri for pani puri. Ingredients are: 1/2 c Fine Sooji, 1/4 tsp salt, 1/8 tsp baking powder, 1/4 c warm water, 1 tbsp all purpose flour, 1 tsp oil, and oil for deep frying. Start off by mixing the Sooji, salt, and baking powder together. Then, add warm water and soak the Sooji in it. From here, knead the sooji for 4 minutes, until it's firm. Then wrap it in plastic wrap and place in the fridge for 20 minutes. Then, roll out and cut into small round sh...

How To: Properly wash your hands with sanitizer or soap

Hand washing is something you learn from a young age, but how do you know you are doing it correctly? Keeping your hands clean is one of the best things you can do to keep others and yourself healthy. In this tutorial, Memorial Health will teach you the best way to wash your hands and prevent the spread of germs. There are two ways to clean germs from your hands: soap and water and alcohol-based handrubs. Watch this video to find out how to use both effectively. The video will show you how a ...

How To: Remove a tick

A hungry tick is a determined little bugger—it wants to find its way into your skin if it’s the last thing it does. Here’s how to make sure it is the last thing it does.

How To: Make & cook delicious spaghetti squash

In this video you can learn how to make delicious spaghetti squash. Fill the pot with salted water. Cut squash in half with the serrated knife and remove the seed portion. Place squash in the water, then boil and cook until fork tender. Allow it to cool enough to handle. Using a fork going lengthwise, scrape entire squash until you're only left with skin. Discard the skin. While still warm, add pesto, 2 tbsp. of the cheese and salt and pepper, then toss. Warm in saute pan until microwave, spr...

How To: Water Phalaenopsis orchids

This video shows the viewer how to correctly water Phalaenopsis orchids. According to the video these are the type of orchids that most people have in their homes. The instructions are to water your orchid with Luke-warm water once every 7-10 days, or as often as is needed. The creator, Dave Epstein, also suggests adding 1/4 strength plant food to the water. He also recommends checking the medium that the orchid is planted in to judge whether watering is necessary. For more information on how...

How To: Clean gold jewelry

Looking to polish up some old jewelry? Your skin, soap, and even the air can dull your gold jewelry. Bring the luster back with a few household items and these five steps.

How To: Treat hemorrhoids

ClickHelps demonstrates how to treat hemorrhoids with home remedies. Hemorrhoids are swelling and inflammation of the veins in the rectum or anus. First, sit in a bathtub full of three or four inches of warm water. Keep your knees raised. The warm water will soothe the pain while increasing the blood flow to the area. And increased blood flow will help shrink swollen veins. Repeat this technique several times a day. Keep the anal dry and clean while avoiding using harsh toilet paper. Gently w...

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