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As you may see it's not so cheap, however in today's video I'm going to tell you a great idea about how to make such a spiral grater by yourself at minimal expenses.

Step 2: It's Quite an Easy to Make a Handmade Spiral Grater.

Step 3: We Need Only a Blade From a Stationary Knife and PVC Pipe.

Step 4: Don't Forget to Boil the Blade, Wash PVC Pipe With Alcohol After Finishing the Handmade Product .

Step 5: You Should Oil the Blade With a Seed Oil After Each Time You Use a Handmade Grater.

<p>wowwwww..............</p><p>what an idea sir ji.. I am deeply fall in love with this idea. I will make soon</p>
<p>I love it! So simple and elegant a solution</p>
<p>Great idea! As far as safety mods, what kind of safety features does your regular chef's knife have? Just your own good judgement. So, don't stick your fingers inside and they won't get cut. </p>
<p>concept is nice, but needs additional safety mods,</p>
<p>such as a second piece of pvc pipe split and placed over the over the blade pvc, as to double up the thickness and to make is the blade can not fall out. Also a little bit of plastic grip so you don't lose your grip as well. </p>
<p>Isn't this dangerous? You can cut yourself if you do a sloppy work and do not make sure that the gadget is safe.</p>
<p>So is crossing the road, and lots of other things. </p>
<p>You should have read the comment all the way past the ? mark too :)</p><p>Just saying</p>
<p>You can make anything dangerous if you do a sloppy work...</p>
<p>I did. But it's still dangerous to cross the road.</p>
You can also hurt yourself if you are sloppy with a knife, a fryer, water, a rope, toothpaste....
<p>You should have read the comment all the way past the ? mark </p>
<p>Yay, I can do this! Thank you for the step by step instructions. What would it take to make a model that makes 'spaghetti' cuts out of vegetables? There is one in the market, I think they call it 'Spiralina' but I want to make one. Thank you again for the clear instructions!</p>
Excellent one. Just an addition. Instead of glue you may slide over the pipe a coupler. Good creation.
<p>Or something like a hose clamp. Easy to remove if you need to replace the blade or if you have different size blades for different projects.</p>
<p>I can't wait to make mine!!!</p>
<p>Awesome video. Thank you for sharing</p>
<p>Then jam a drill bit attached to a cordless drill in the end of the cucumber and make curly cukes in under 3 seconds!</p>
<p>OR simply tie and wrap a thread around the pipe keeping in mind the cutting direction and just pull to unwrap it should get the job done equally fast!</p>
<p>i keep re-reading that just to continue laughing <strong>x^D</strong></p>
<p><strong>LOVE</strong> IT! <strong>x^D</strong> ~~cannot wait to [have my son] make one!!</p><p>thank-you for sharing this GREAT idea, roman'; <strong>very cool.</strong></p>
<p>Careful, those material non food grade material. Just careful</p>
<p>love it</p>
<p>What a great idea!</p>
<p>Another Good Idea can be If You can find a nothe PVC pipe that can fit over the Pipe that You used to make an stronger fit of the blade </p>
<p>Pretty cool....thanks!!</p>
<p>I wonder if it is possible to do this without cutting the pipe. Like hold a kitchen knife under the pipe and tape it if needed. The pipe would be just for support then.</p>
<p>This would be a great upgrade... Maybe a few different slots on the pipe, you can make different thickness/angle, maybe even for smaller veggies/sausages if you cut the slot deeper?<br>I'll have a try soon.. :)</p>
<p>maybe heat the blade and melt it into the pipe rather than cut and &quot;paste&quot;</p>
<p>will it work on hot dogs</p>
<p>Great idea romanursuhack &amp; mrstan</p>
<p>Great idea! Just make sure to clean the blade. Usually those blades are covered with some kind of oil to prevent rust and I'm not sure boiling the blade will remove it... I will make one of those for sure!</p>
<p>Also add one of those PVC end caps on it for safe storage. Don't want to be cutting yourself digging for it</p>
This is so cool! I've always wanted one of these!
I love it! I'm thinking &quot;CURLY FRIES&quot;!
<p>First thing I thought of, too! This is nifty!</p>
<p>Nice job I'll have to make one</p>
Brilliant idea. I hope to make one soon!
This is so amazing
Really awesome!
<p>I made one of these with a little larger tube so that potatoes can go through.. Home made potatoe chips! Hooyah!</p>

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