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Remember those disco ball that your parents are probably obsessed with? Well after watching Kip Kay's video AOL Goes Disco! and messing around with a microwave, I thought up this idea. Welcome to my first instructable.

Step 1: Materials

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A couple of CDs no one cares about(Like unused Cd-rs or Justin Timber lake CDs)
Fishing Line
Microwave


 
rorotofu2 years ago

While this is awesome and I've done it since a kid.
WARNING!!!WARNING!!!WARNING!!!WARNING!!!WARNING!!!WARNING!!!WARNING!!!WARNING!!!
I must warn you of two things:


1. Move the microwave outside or to a well ventilated area for the purposes of the project.

2. Refrain from using your normal cooking microwave as it will: cause a odor inside the microwave that takes a long time to dissipate, it also lingers in the area.

3. If for some reason you decide to microwave a few CD's in a row, then get hungry; clean the microwave's inside with soap.
WARNING!!!WARNING!!!WARNING!!!WARNING!!!WARNING!!!WARNING!!!WARNING!!!WARNING!!!
lemonie6 years ago
Is there any more to it than this - like lighting? L
oweng4000 (author)  lemonie5 years ago
I put em on a ceiling fan.
That could be good - add picture?

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oweng4000 (author)  lemonie5 years ago
Cameras currently outta juice. plus that was a bad idea(they flew off and hit me in the head).
OK you made me laugh, thanks.

L
l8nite6 years ago
I glue 2 cd's together, use a fishing swivel on one end and a small weight on the other, hang the double reflector outside from a tree, it casts rainbows all around as it moves with the wind and chases cats and other unwanted critters from the yard