How to Change a Bicycle Tire

 

When changing a bike tire, shift the rear wheel into the smallest cog in the back. Change a bicycle tire with tips from a bike mechanic in this free video on bicycles.

Expert: Jeff Moesch
Bio: Jeff Moesch has been working in the bicycle industry for nearly 10 years. He has experience riding and repairing mountain bikes, racing bikes, cross-country bikes and free-ride bikes.
Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC

How to Remove Scratches From Any DVD

 

In this Household Hacker experiment, we’ll demonstrate how to completely remove scratches from your CD or DVD media. Visit us at householdhacker.com

For this project, we used:
1) 1 tablespoon peanut butter
2) Toothpaste
3) Diet Soda (must be sugar free or seltzer water)
4) Plastic container
5) Baking soda
6) Lots of paper towels

Music by: two_curve
Disclaimer:
As with this experiment and all other HouseHold Hacker videos, we cannot be held responsible for damage or mistakes made if attempting the experiments. These projects are for demonstration purposes only and should not be attempted at home. .

Building Plumbing C-Clamps

 

I recently got some nice pieces of plumbing for free and I didn’t know what to do with them. Until I found that they may be good clamps, and because I’m in a lack of clamps anyway, it was worth a try. they are no particularly strong clamps but also really not the weakest. They operate very smoothly because of the fine threads but of course they are not the fastest.
Tools required to make them: Hacksaw, powerdrill, wood (jig)saw, file, rasp, hammer, chisel.

Solar Spirit Lights

 

If you have some halloween hair dye lying around, great! If not, go grab a $1.50 bottle and cover the inside of the with it.

When done attach the top of the garden lamp to the jar and you now have glowing spirit light which will be charged by the power of the sun.