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  • Zen Gara
    Zen Gara Ай бұрын +96

    Not gonna lie, love how real this youtuber is. He is directly saying stuff as if he is not try-harding to act like he is a professional, but down to earth and explains both the bad and good comments

    • natania catayas
      natania catayas 27 күн бұрын

      ​@Dominique Farmer %

    • taj majal
      taj majal Ай бұрын

      Beaver County Humane Society boggs street animals feeding & rescue
      Casa Cainelui - Tierheim Timisoara

    • Γιάνης Γκούμας
      Γιάνης Γκούμας Ай бұрын

      I reeaaalllyy loved the "Michael Jackson" moon-dance trick.

    • Dominique Farmer
      Dominique Farmer Ай бұрын +1

      This is straight to the point

  • Hope4ourfallen
    Hope4ourfallen Ай бұрын +34

    These were actually some really good workarounds! Thank you for sharing em❤️

  • Double
    Double Ай бұрын +36

    Man watching this type of ingenious building reunites me with joy. I appreciate your hard work guys.

    • Repent and believe in Jesus Christ
      Repent and believe in Jesus Christ Ай бұрын +1

      Repent to Jesus Christ “Then Jesus said to his disciples, “Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross and follow me.”
      ‭‭Matthew‬ ‭16‬:‭24‬ ‭NIV‬‬

  • 12thDecember
    12thDecember Ай бұрын +10

    I never get tired of watching how people come up with creative solutions, but I'm going to agree with those who think the design with the grille over the drain will create more cleaning problems.

    • Mitala Aleka
      Mitala Aleka 28 күн бұрын

      Not if u put good quality sealant on the sides.

  • Jeremiah Johnson
    Jeremiah Johnson Ай бұрын +7

    I made myself the same chain saw blade grinding attachment as seen in this video. It worked great made a few of them now. But I was worried about one of them chains coming off. That would not be good ! Good thing I'm a very skilled welder.

  • Terry McChesney
    Terry McChesney 2 ай бұрын +34

    at 4:50 mark, we were electrical contractors for 25 years, i'm not aware of a code that broke. We had multiple commercial conduit warmers to allow custom bends. Only issue I can imagine is if the conduit flattened at a bend. Great video

    • IT IZME
      IT IZME Ай бұрын +1

      @Josh Entheosparks
      BINGO ! Back in the day we used sand and a torch for custom exhaust systems

    • Debbiebabe69
      Debbiebabe69 Ай бұрын +3

      @Josh Entheosparks you can see by the pressure rating on the pipe - written in either Spanish or Portugese - that this pipe is not in America and therefore does not adhere to American building code.
      The 2 places this language is the main language are Spain and Portugal - ie Europe, and South America.
      Firstly, conduit obviously does not not have pressure rating. This pipe IS pressure rated, it is designed for liquid or gas.
      Secondly, code in most of Europe has this colour plastic pipe for plumbing, central heating, and gas. It is *NOT* known as 'conduit grey' in Europe, it is simply known as indoor plastic plumbing pipe colour. The only other colours used are a brown shade for pipes designed to go underground, and black for armoured pipe.

    • CD Upchurch
      CD Upchurch Ай бұрын

      @Tommy PI agree about the dangers of overheating PVC, but I don't agree that PVC is involved in this actial video. Look more closely. PVC is always white or off-white in color. (in the U.S., anyway). It's also very brittle (inflexible) before heating and after a heating/cooling cycle. No paint or plastic stripped, melted, bubbled, or burned while we watched the pipe being warmed, so it's extremely unlikely that it would be a painted or coated pipe (in case someone wanted to argue that point). The material in the video is GRAY in color, and fairly flexible before AND aftee heating, so it's probably something else, like maybe PE or PU.

    • CD Upchurch
      CD Upchurch Ай бұрын


    • Debbiebabe69
      Debbiebabe69 Ай бұрын +2

      @Ed In North Texas depends on where you live. In all of Europe, that colour pipe is standard hep pipe, used for plumbing water, central heating hot and cold, and yes, gas. Ive never heard of it used as conduit pipe, especially since it is pressure rated - and the rating is in either Spanish or Portugese, meaning it is either European or South American, neither of which uses Texan code.

    HABIB ART & CRAFT STUDIO Ай бұрын +5

    Man watching this type of ingenious building reunites me with joy.
    I appreciate your hard work guys.

  • SafeRocket
    SafeRocket Ай бұрын +32

    I made a track for my gate wheel to ride on out of concrete pave stoned with the rounded end that allow you to create a relatively smooth arced path and buried it to ground level. Seems to work well, did it three years ago.

  • Silent Walk
    Silent Walk Ай бұрын +8

    Wow some groovy ideas learnt more in 20 minutes then my entire career as a maintenance worker cool tricks👍👍👍🏋️

  • Marsha Flores
    Marsha Flores 28 күн бұрын

    EXCELLENT demo!! So informative, great visual demo, U R a natural teacher!! Thank you for doing this video👏👍

  • Aniwayas Song
    Aniwayas Song Ай бұрын +26

    There's some *GENIUS LEVEL* creativity going-on here!

    • Martin Kuliza
      Martin Kuliza Ай бұрын +2

      Not Really , Most of this is standard stuff

  • Sumonelse
    Sumonelse Ай бұрын +18

    16:26 Well that's an awfully expensive way to do it.
    1. Cut out the damaged area (as was shown) making sure to cut a SQUARE hole. A carpenters square is handy for this and a common utility knife is sufficient. Make sure you don't slice up the fibers by parting the fibers to set the knife on the backing. The square can also be used to hold the fibers out of the way by pushing them under it's edge.
    2. Place cold seaming tape on the underside of the edges of the hole so that half the tape sticks out around the inside of the hole.
    3. Mark your shape with a tape measure and jiffy marker on the back of your remnant then use your square again as a straight edge to cut along with the utility knife. But be careful about what direction the fibers are laying or you will wind up with an obvious patch that looks like a cow lick. Don't try to trace your cut out as it will end up to big.
    4. Use a non-water soluble glue on the edges of the double sided cold seaming tape inside the hole and the underside of your patch.
    5. Set your patch carefully in place and don't forget to pay attention to the direction of the fibers.
    6. Run back and forth over the patch with a hand tool called a carpet tractor. It's just a frame with some knobbed wheels.
    Cold Seaming tape $10.00
    Silicon based glue $10.00
    Utility knife $10.00
    Carpenters square $10.00
    Tape measure $10.00
    Carpet tractor $150.00
    I learned this working at a carpet cleaning company that was established in 1914. It has been handed down from grandfather, to father, to son and now the 4th generation is working there. They are the people you call when you need your $10,000.00 silk rug cleaned.

  • dragoncarver
    dragoncarver 28 күн бұрын

    IF the gate was built correctly, it would NOT sag. The verticals of the frame should be inside the horizontals. The diagonal support (missing in this video) MUST be in the correct position with the upper end toward the outer frame of the gate. The upper end should be attached to the upper horizontal and the lower end attached to the hinge side vertical. Do this and you won't need wheels on the gate. The post that the gate hangs from must be pretty solid though.

  • Kevin Lundy
    Kevin Lundy Ай бұрын +3

    FANTASTIC! Living on a ranch, creative thinking becomes critical to solving problems. Two hours to run to the local hardware store is not the best use of time.

  • The Walking Crow
    The Walking Crow Ай бұрын +2

    They actually make plastic repair kits and there is such a thing as a plastic welder. If you are using a rod you have to match the types of plastic, though. A wire mesh like a window screen is MUCH easier to work with, though.

  • Gate Tres
    Gate Tres Ай бұрын

    💯... teaching and entertaining channel ! Well done!👋

  • Kachiri Beleza
    Kachiri Beleza 27 күн бұрын

    16:10 The thing about those gate wheels sinking into the ground over time... One could have a solid floor put in place there to prevent that. Maybe cement foundation, metal plating, clay foundation or whatever works.

  • connor brennan
    connor brennan 24 күн бұрын +1

    whao man. is nobody gonna bring up the guy cleaning hair and junk out of that (public looking) shower drain with bare hands ?? big thanks to TechZone for putting this video together. great content ! 💥👍💥

  • Blalack77
    Blalack77 Ай бұрын +14

    Man this makes me want to do stuff. I used to have a lot of hobbies.

  • Donna Blake
    Donna Blake 16 күн бұрын

    So beautiful such great work! Very talented ❤

  • Lee Nonolee
    Lee Nonolee Ай бұрын +3

    @ 16:20 or so, the wheels on the gate posts. I did that to my gate. A skilled carpenter refused to build my gate because he said it was too wide and the gates would sag. I built the gate myself and added cables from corner to corner to pull the gates up, then added these wheels. The ground wasn't grass as the video, but I had installed flagstone in the ground to create a small patio before the gate. The wheels have worked for more than a decade even rolling on the rough flagstone.

  • Kyrila Scully
    Kyrila Scully Ай бұрын +6

    If you have a book with all the information you put in your videos, I'd be very interested in getting the link to it. If not, I'll be happy to transcribe it for you and help you publish it for a free copy.

    • Penny
      Penny 29 күн бұрын

      Just made almost the same suggestion. However, I'd be willing to invest in it hands down.

  • musicurio
    musicurio 17 күн бұрын

    some really clever ideas here, thanks!

  • Ormathon
    Ormathon Ай бұрын +5

    @04:17 that thing is a 50/50 if its going to hold or not. Seen a company use a similar thing when they put tiles in a big shopping mall. They had to rip up more then half of them since they came loose. The reason its hand tools for that job is because you work the stuff into all the nooks and crevices so it holds to both surfaces better.

  • Heather Smith
    Heather Smith Ай бұрын +2

    I LOVE the masking-tape-as-template! Utter genius :)

    • Kurt Cobain
      Kurt Cobain 15 күн бұрын

      Agree, I am stealing this one.

  • marie kastler
    marie kastler Ай бұрын +3

    As soon as you started recounting various contrary opinions, I subscribed! Thank you for including contraindications!!!!
    OMG! So Glad I stayed for the air powered grout gun🔥

  • Jade Paulsen
    Jade Paulsen Ай бұрын +2

    That drain thing got my compulsiveness into speed mode. Ssooooo satisfying.

  • Sam Hain
    Sam Hain 26 күн бұрын

    Not really sure what's going on with this "water heating system" at the end but I'd love to see an in-depth.
    Also, the garage ceiling storage-WHAT is this unit? Those look like plastic I-beams? It seems they tighten with bolts to hold steady in place? I thought they were installing "strip shelving" tracks in the ceiling at first but this is definitely not that. And what's the orange putty thing he's using to find/mark the joists?? So many questions! 😲 I'm just a home DIY-er 😵‍💫

  • Tammy Southerland
    Tammy Southerland 13 күн бұрын

    That's pretty cool.iuse to work at a shoe factory when younger as an inspector 😁

  • AFAndersen
    AFAndersen Ай бұрын +2

    "Need to draw a perfect circle, but only have a tape measurer and a nail at hand?"
    Odd, because I thought you need something to draw with, and something to hammer in the nail with as well.

  • Francis Miguel Peter
    Francis Miguel Peter Ай бұрын +2

    Man watching this type of ingenious building reunites me with joy.

    • Martin Kuliza
      Martin Kuliza Ай бұрын

      Reunites you with joy ???..... Umm, Ok

  • Mando Padilla
    Mando Padilla Ай бұрын +2

    Who is the author of that last clip (the one with the bricks)? I'd like to see that kind of work being done with compressed

  • AdeleB
    AdeleB Ай бұрын +6

    DARN! They make it look so easy! Thanks for sharing this.

  • Gary
    Gary Ай бұрын +7

    😃(1:11 - 1:28) That's a new one on me: in the electrical trade we would send a conduit piston (affectionately known as a "mouse" or a "pig") with a string attached to it through the conduit by either positive or negative pressure. The foam piston would travel through the pipe pulling in the string behind. We've never used the term "cat" for this device!
    (9:30 - 9:46) You left out the best part! (Did he kick those last pipes off the other end? Did he fall off the other end?)

  • Eric Vasquez
    Eric Vasquez Ай бұрын +19

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    • Billy Jackson
      Billy Jackson Ай бұрын

      I hope so I think will also join but right now I can't start with Alot of money I guess $2000 would do a try, I hope this works out like you guys said....

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      Victoria Carlstedt Ай бұрын

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    • Elsa Skog
      Elsa Skog Ай бұрын

      Thanks for his info I'll get to him right away,but how safe are the profits??

    • Clyde Duke
      Clyde Duke Ай бұрын

      He's on TG messenger 👇..

  • shelliepoitras
    shelliepoitras Ай бұрын

    These were all incredibly badass!✌️♥️🕊️🍃

  • cyberwolf6667
    cyberwolf6667 Ай бұрын +4

    The wire connection (13-14 mark) is a very good connection for low voltage wiring, it would work for high voltage too if not for the problem of insulating the connection. That’s most likely the code issue.

    • Robert Weekley
      Robert Weekley Ай бұрын +1

      We used to insulate a Spliced wire, with PVC Electrical Tape! Today you could add Heat Sharing Tubing! Both!

    • Noctina Tatakai
      Noctina Tatakai Ай бұрын +1

      ah now makes sense...

  • Sethrael the Bard
    Sethrael the Bard Ай бұрын +15

    Okay, I am an electrician and I love cats. If only I could train mine to do that kind of work! That is amazing!

    • Taz Man
      Taz Man 25 күн бұрын

      Mine would probably get caught up around a pipe or pile and I'd end up cutting the floor up to rescue the idiot...

    • Linda J Nichols
      Linda J Nichols Ай бұрын

      we use pet rats wearing a harness to run new wires in commercial buildings .

    • Pearl Berry
      Pearl Berry Ай бұрын

      @Chris Tesch I would imagine the most crucial point would be making sure that cat was hungry before you put her through there that way she would go immediately to that food you offered.

    • Chris Tesch
      Chris Tesch Ай бұрын +3

      I bet you could. Get his\her favorite treats to put at the end and viola!

  • random person
    random person Ай бұрын

    4:25. it already IS in the market, has been for years. cant remember what its called but have used something similar (no ridges) to lay mortar, the same thats being put down here

  • Kevin Maxwell
    Kevin Maxwell Ай бұрын +2

    Using the cat to drag the pull string through the deck was genus because it worked 👍

  • Felix Cat
    Felix Cat Ай бұрын +3

    Without doubt, the kitty wire installer is the top tip, very closely followed by the airline powered grouting applicator.

  • Dr Seuss
    Dr Seuss 24 күн бұрын

    The flares been on the PVC pipe is she six inches on the factory female side of the pipe your gluing, but the flare he made looks like the same glue depth as a coupler
    Looks nice
    7:20 Look that's how they empty the tiny garbage can on the floor!!

  • Trauma Healing & Prevention, ORG Support

    @4:50 this is used in the aquarium industry regularly. The trick to keep the stability in the pipe, is first fill the pipe with salt to help maintain integrity by more evenly distributing the heat. Obviously don't leave the heat focused on one area....

  • just damn good music
    just damn good music Ай бұрын +1

    Awesome vid... It covers a lot of things that are not on other videos...

  • Snow White
    Snow White Ай бұрын +8

    I learned the hard way that if you have a few hens and a rooster, the rooster may choose one hen as his favorite and will always be after her. The problem is that the excess jumping on her and the padding her on her back can damage her digestive tract. Causing enough injury that it kills her. So keep an eye to make sure one hen is not singled out. If that happens seperate your rooster from the hens.

  • TaffytheGreat
    TaffytheGreat Ай бұрын +14

    I did that decades ago. I was wiring a house up. Because the customer had all her furniture in the rooms. I used her cat to run the cables. Trouble was, I had to coax her to come out of the other side, by putting some meat down 😂
    There’s some great ideas there 👍👍

    • TaffytheGreat
      TaffytheGreat Ай бұрын +1

      @Jimichan that’s a good idea 😂

    • Jimichan
      Jimichan Ай бұрын +4

      I mounted a fishing reel on a sling shot and shot a lead weight where I wanted to go. Worked great in ceilings and attics.

    • Sunny
      Sunny Ай бұрын +1

      Thats what they were doing too! lol. She was coaxing that cat the whole way with treats! lol.

  • A BLE
    A BLE Ай бұрын

    Good and helpful video for women in construction like me.

  • Gavin Tooley
    Gavin Tooley Ай бұрын +1

    You just saved me hours of searching and watching. And you included key "comments". Brilliant. Thank you.

  • Penny
    Penny 29 күн бұрын

    The problem with videos like this is it gives high hopes to those who need people with the skills you show. However when you try to find someone who can do them it is IMPOSSIBLE. There are so many things I need to have done. And I'm willing to pay a reasonable price for the labor and materials. But it would take a rich person who can afford to track them down or a miracle to find and hire such individuals. I think if you had a physical book with the contact information of the skilled laborers you feature and who are willing to be included in it and offered yearly updated versions of it, along with a disclaimer of course, people would jump at the chance to buy it. In the meantime, some of us try to duplicate what they do and often fail. I speak for myself as I am an older person with limitations. I'm 100% sure that you would make a lot of money. There are a lot of us. *As I read the comments I found there are others who feel the same way*.

  • Roger Ramjet
    Roger Ramjet Ай бұрын +3

    2:33 I use cordless drills to manufacture cables of my own needs.
    Anchor one end to a fixed device after tieing a knot to keep all wires together.
    Cut the wires at the required length except you add about an extra 35% of length.
    Then make sure all wires are not tangled, and tie another knot at the loose end, keeping small but firm tension.
    Open up the drill chuck and push the end of the wires in then tighten the chuck.
    Stand up with the chuck facing the secured end then lean back to give some tension.
    Slowly squeeze the trigger and let those wires twist together.
    Once they're nicely twisted, reverse the direction for a few turns to prevent the cable from knotting itself.
    This is due to the swirl having energy that will spin the wires and cause crossing resulting in knots.
    Number of reverse turns depends on length and number of wires, plus how tightly wound they are.
    After the tension is released, you open the chuck, find the appropriate length and size of heat shrink.
    (Not glue shrink unless ends need to be sealed from atmospheric conditions. Even then you don't need a full length of glue shrink.)
    Once heat shrinking is complete, you can start finishing the job that needs the cable.
    I've been using this method to make my own cables for over 20 years.
    Originally devised because I couldn't buy the specific number of conductors needed in various installations I was involved with.
    You cannot buy previously manufactured cables, then just cut off the extra wires not needed, when there is a limited space for laying the cable.
    Funnily enough, my cables are cheaper than buying prefabricated cables, by a massive margin.
    I buy rolls of different colours and sizes of individual wires, also with various numbers of strands.
    I can make anything from small, low voltage hook-up links, to larger cables up to 5kv rated, as well as the required heat and insulation ratings.
    Making my own cables is actually a bunch of fun TBH.

    • mourning
      mourning Ай бұрын +2

      Excellent explanation, capability and reasoning. 👍

  • Ajinkya Mahajan
    Ajinkya Mahajan Ай бұрын +1

    That was really impressive
    Thanks !!

  • Drampa Dreg
    Drampa Dreg Ай бұрын +1

    The wiring connection @13:55 is incorrect, it is only half of the "Western Union" as it's called and you loop the other end around as well so they are both wrapped around each other making it very strong against pulling apart, especially in electronics where you will use solder. IN his version, you can just pull a bit and the joint comes apart easily. H would have gotten an F in electrical class for his version.

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    T A 26 күн бұрын


  • Cortanis001
    Cortanis001 2 ай бұрын +11

    For the record, at the 7:00 mark, that's an already existing product that one can easily obtain. We use them in the hotel industry religiously and they're only about $5-10 depending on brand and length.
    The 9:50 mark one with the bug spray. Yeah, that's not a con job or anything ether. I couldn't believe that one when I first saw it years ago and I've been cleaning headlights with it since. Tip though if you do want to use it. Let it set for about 2 min before you wipe it off.

    • AnnaMaeBullock
      AnnaMaeBullock Ай бұрын

      The hair clog tool @ .99 store. And hair clogs contain excrement, W
      Wear gloves!

    • Cortanis001
      Cortanis001 2 ай бұрын +5

      @Deforge Randome toothpaste acts as an abrasive and can damage your headlights. It will remove the finish of the plastic and make it more prone to collecting stains among other stuck on stuff. The bug spray simply breaks down the deposits.

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    • Deforge Randome
      Deforge Randome 2 ай бұрын

      supposedly toothpaste works well, too.

  • John Beltman
    John Beltman Ай бұрын

    Wire wound techniques have been around at least since the 60’s. Or better the electrical joint would be wire wound then soldered or so I was instructed by some of my original mentors over forty years ago. We used it in our mainframe computers and peripheral units which were off the shelf technology in 1964.

    • carlc88
      carlc88 Ай бұрын

      ​@John BeltmanI agree John, I believe it is called the "Western union splice" and possibly the "linemans splice". Each strand of wire must be coiled around the other. This eliminates the sharp bend on the uncoiled strand shown in this video. Should the uncoiled, sharply bent (180*) strand break at that bend, the splice could/would come apart.
      The method shown here is not adequate, imho. This is for residential, I cannot speak about aviation purposes.

    • John Beltman
      John Beltman Ай бұрын

      Also look at a “Winchester solder splice” I believe it was called. The best old school in line solder splice for aviation / aerospace. Even the “Raychem Environmental Splices” are not equal to quality of these old school splices the skill of which is very impressive.

  • Gen Garnica
    Gen Garnica 7 сағат бұрын

    As a worker cool, as an owner operator no way, some of these things might have OSHA on your case and cost you thousands. But very cool cheap hacks. Very mind pleasing.

  • wow shorts
    wow shorts Ай бұрын

    13:02 may not work for everyone
    It works well for single stranded wires
    Multi stranded wires are flexible doesn't bend like this

  • Dominique Farmer
    Dominique Farmer Ай бұрын

    Fascinating! I just can't figure out how often new videos appear?

  • MrDeleoco
    MrDeleoco Ай бұрын +3

    14:48 water heater🔥
    15:02 pvc pipe, insulating tape, glue

    • 321ozzy
      321ozzy Ай бұрын +1

      at 14:48 the water is mostly heated by the electric pump, painting the bottles black would be much more efficient.
      The one of minute 15 has many points of improvement, as you mentioned the pvc pipe; they emit gas...

  • at all ff ft fff
    at all ff ft fff Ай бұрын +4

    I felt the pressure of the guy with the concrete gun

  • David Anderson
    David Anderson Ай бұрын +4

    The cat trick was entertaining.
    With my luck, the cat would just run about at random below, wrapping the wire around every post and obtrusion it could find, then emerge from the SAME hole it went into.

  • anadi 65
    anadi 65 Ай бұрын

    Wow amazing 😍
    Thanks 🙏

  • Ironiclese and Sardoniclese
    Ironiclese and Sardoniclese Ай бұрын +2

    Just found this. I really appreciate that this isn’t just another stolen video compilation. I like how you incorporate the comment section for extra info.

  • Shem Mac
    Shem Mac Ай бұрын

    I like the soldering iron trick, replacing the tip with a screw is even better

  • Linda J Nichols
    Linda J Nichols Ай бұрын +4

    My husband was a commercial electrician. He wired businesses. If a business building like a shopping mall needed new wiring run, we had trained pet rats, wearing a ferret harness, with te new wire attached, to run it through the wall or ceiling. Thereby not needing to tear down a wall or ceiling just to run a new electrical wire.

  • Ryan Martin
    Ryan Martin 12 күн бұрын

    My father always told me to use the right tool for the job. A third of these are cheap tools one can buy off the shelf. Some of them are only useful in that one situation but are a creative solution for when you need to have the job done right now and the right parts are out of budget.

  • Ferdinand De Liva
    Ferdinand De Liva Ай бұрын

    A REAL HERO! 👍👍👍👍👍😎

  • E. Debnam
    E. Debnam 18 күн бұрын

    I would like to know if you would know how to make this hole larger without busting the glass? I don’t see where to attach the pix???

  • Marlin Aldridge
    Marlin Aldridge 18 күн бұрын

    I liked it, an interesting idea

  • FIFA_LEO 28
    FIFA_LEO 28 29 күн бұрын

    3:02 is how every old school plasterer has ever cut board

  • Malicey k
    Malicey k Ай бұрын +2

    15:51 glad he mentioned that could be down right dangerous, that thing is a horrible stupid idea, gear ratio, rpms, lack of weight and leverage on that angle grinder will leave a lasting impression on your face the minute it hits some resistance. seen a guy tear half his ear off on an approved wire cup bit from kick back.

  • Denver Stewart
    Denver Stewart Ай бұрын +12

    That's some hefty shower clogging. Must belong to a family of Wookies or something!

  • Hunty49
    Hunty49 Ай бұрын

    10:41 It's not about cleaning problems, it's about being able to stop water pooling at the bottom of the shower. Can happen if the slope of the floor is not to the minimum spec.

  • DarkLord Mathias
    DarkLord Mathias Ай бұрын

    definitely going to use the garage storage idea.

  • Draeas
    Draeas Ай бұрын +5

    12:53 Why did nobody tell him you can get long screws designed for that kind of job at the same place he got his new socket from?

  • mcsmama
    mcsmama Ай бұрын

    @4:16 GENIUS for spreading mortar between courses of block wall!
    @2:20 "welding/melting cracked plastic can bottom with metal rings... I wonder if this would really be effective????
    @3:43 Cutting replacement flooring to fit, close to wall w/ easy measuring trick
    @5:48 Form/jig for dropping tiles into place
    @7:29 Using masking tape over an open floor space, to create a pattern for cutting a tile to fit the space perfectly
    @11:09 Create ceiling cleats to hold storage boxes... contents probably need to be light b/c edges of boxes must hold load

  • China Walking Trip 徒步旅行中国

    Wow, Hello my friend.. All the best to your channel and hope you have a wonderful day !!!

  • smgdfc mfah
    smgdfc mfah Ай бұрын +3

    16:00 This is the one idea on here I wouldn't consider. That homemade chainsaw grinder wheel comes apart and you and anyone nearby better be wearing a full face shield!

  • J Mack
    J Mack Ай бұрын

    Don't forget he did help stop the overstocking of ice-cream 😉

  • Harris Hariadi
    Harris Hariadi Ай бұрын +2

    Nowadays It's quite difficult to recognize whether the voiceover is AI generated or a real one.

  • Dara KH
    Dara KH Ай бұрын +1

    These were actually some really good workarounds

  • Saleem Shady
    Saleem Shady Ай бұрын +3

    7:00 for gods sake please wear gloves
    8:40 wow he's wearing nice clothes for that job xD
    9:48 well not sure you should put this on your skin haha
    14:28 omg genius o_O
    15:42 respect to anyone doing the dirty work everyday!


    You explain the produk more than the seller/user 💀

  • The Broham Express
    The Broham Express Ай бұрын

    The grout machine guy needs to be a millionaire.

  • Pearl Berry
    Pearl Berry Ай бұрын

    I sure would love to be able to contact the person who did that thing with the water bottles that began at 14 minutes 40 seconds through till 15 minutes 40 seconds... Would love more information and I would be able to love to ask a few questions and pick their brain.

  • Алексей П
    Алексей П Ай бұрын +5

    7:20 а запах, прям аромат, даже через монитор чую ))))

  • Heru- deshet
    Heru- deshet Ай бұрын

    Many, many great ideas here.

  • Smarterthan You
    Smarterthan You Ай бұрын

    5:00 The heating and bending of PVC has been used for many years. In fact, there is a strong argument to be made AGAINST using a bunch of fittings, as the more joints there are, hence the more failure points. This guy did his bend like a pro. Also, there isn't a code on bending pipes. The code for inspection is based on tested pressure. By the way, what you just saw this man do? Yeah, that's the same process they use to bend the pipes that you buy pre-bent.

    • Heather Smith
      Heather Smith Ай бұрын

      I live in an older farmhouse and learned early on that copper water lines that have been bent will get pin holes on the outside of the bend. Back in the day the copper pipe was very thin walled and going to town for connections was out of the question so bending was common. Oddly, the person who installed the plumbing here was a boilermaker :)

  • Linson kp
    Linson kp Ай бұрын

    Very good and really helpfull👍👍👍👍

  • philipatoz
    philipatoz Ай бұрын

    People with not a lot of money or resources HAVE to be creative at solving problems fast and affordably - so they gotta "think outside the box!"

  • ss
    ss Ай бұрын

    The washer and the marker..how do they connect two for measuring on the board

  • Stephan S.
    Stephan S. Ай бұрын

    13:28 Well, I'm not 100% sure, if I would use copper wire inside a socket.

  • MrKalidascopeEyes
    MrKalidascopeEyes Ай бұрын +2

    You wouldn't sharpen the hook for the drywall trick. The hook will hold the edge of the board your finger won't. Have been a drywaller the shown way was also the trick I used. The hook trick would not give a strait cut.

  • Alex Alekos
    Alex Alekos Ай бұрын

    i like how you also state the controversy of these vids 😄

  • Addisyn Hull
    Addisyn Hull Ай бұрын

    It's beautiful😍🔝

  • Stephen Benner
    Stephen Benner Ай бұрын

    That looks like electrical conduit he’s using the heat gun with, in which case he would have to do it that way as elbows would be against regulations.

  • Ela Explorer
    Ela Explorer Күн бұрын

    11:29 that looks too close to the door. I'm going to need to see them open the garage door all the way up.

  • fernlenker
    fernlenker Ай бұрын +1

    OH i like it ! and your voice is sooooo gentle ! Tricks are good, but presented your way is a great ShoW ! Mick Jagger said: it is the singer and not the song =))

  • kalbs89
    kalbs89 2 ай бұрын +11

    Thumbs up for the cat electrician 😂

  • Adam Bryan
    Adam Bryan Ай бұрын +1

    That is definitely not the proper way to splice wires lol. Any electrician would laughed at whoever thinks that you twist your wires together like that to splice them 😆