Looking to debunk some dubious life hack videos you see on the internet? Can you have longer-lasting batteries simply by tossing them in the freezer for a few hours? What about charging your phone with an onion? Or can a hammer and nail open a wine bottle?
These interesting techniques are called DIY (do-it-yourself) tricks. These tricks are the basis of hugely famous social media videos. Every person loves a good life hack that eases their problems, but many of these remedies and life hacks turn out to be dangerous and impractical.
There are thousands of life hack videos on social networking sites that turned out fake or myth when people tried themselves. We have listed some life hack examples that turned out to be fake after experimenting with them. Let’s debunk them!
If you rub some hand sanitiser on the spot with ink stain, the alcohol in the hand sanitiser will pull all the ink stain right out.
Rubbing the sanitiser on the ink cause it to bleed further into the fabric. It will not remove it, and the friction from rubbing on the stain will cause the ink to spread further on the cloth.
This hack went viral a few months back among wine lovers. If you don’t have a wine corkscrew, you can easily open a bottle of wine with a nail and a hammer.
The fail: the nail can slip easily. At the same time, the people who get the successful bottle opening with this hack have said that the angle of insertion is essential. However, people report a low success rate.
This hack says that by taping all the pieces of a broken plate together and submerging them into warm milk, you will get a perfect plate after two days.
Definitely fake. Milk contains a specific protein called casein, which compromises 80% of protein. We can fish a little bit of science out of this video. How could anyone seal something with milk?
This food hack states that we can distinguish between natural and processed cheese by flaming them. Natural cheese get melts on flaming, while processed cheese is difficult to melt.
The amount of fat in cheese matters. If you take a slice of cheese with low fats, it takes time to melt, but if you take a piece of cheese with double the number of fats, it melts.
The hack says that by putting two snickers, marshmallows and milk in a pot to melt it, refrigerate it then blend it, the batter will become fluffy and whipped Snickers cream will form.
The batter of sneakers, chocolate, milk, and marshmallow doesn’t contain enough fats content to make it fluffy.
Blending regular sugar and powdered sugar will produce homemade cotton candy.
Blending regular sugar and powdered sugar does produce perfect cotton candy!
Life hacks are essential for daily routine. It saves our time and energy. Not all life hacks are myth or fake. But sometimes, we have to use our ordinary common sense before trying it.
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