Introduction: Portable Solar Cooker

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Here are the steps on how you too can make a Portable Solar Cooker.

Step 1: Materials:

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  • Black paint
  • Paint Brush
  • Plastic Wrap
  • Bamboo Sticks
  • Pringles Can
  • Exacto Knife

Step 2: Painting the Pringles Can

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  • First, you must paint the entire can black for it to absorb more heat.

Step 3: Carve Holes Onto the Pringles Can

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  • Next, you get your Exacto Knife and carve a hole at the top and bottom of the Pringles Can.

Step 4: Place Bamboo Stick

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  • Now, you insert the bamboo stick through the carved holes of the Pringles Can.

Step 5: Carve a Box-shaped Hole Onto the Pringles Can

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  • You now carve a box-shaped hole onto the center of the Pringles Can so that you may place the in there.

Step 6: Place Plastic Wrap Over Pringles Can

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Step 7: Place in the Sun

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  • Finally you simply place it outside , it usually takes up to 15 minutes to get up to 120 degrees fahrenheit.

Comments

9998566383 (author)2017-03-12

What country and time of year please ? Solar pannels are surprisingly good even in winter but I am not sure about being able to cook here, shame.

Sherriff (author)2017-02-28

whats the max temp it can get to in your experience

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