10 Life Hacks With PVC #3

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10 Life Hacks with PVC #3

Here is the THIRD edition to our 10 Life hacks to make your life easier. We built and tested each of these with success. I hope you can benefit from some of these awesome life hacks.

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- PVC Holder on Bikes

- PVC Fruit Picker

- PVC Pushup Stands

- PVC Light Stand

- PVC Business Card Holder

- PVC Ground Spacer

- PVC Hose Guide

- PVC Hood and/or Hatch Support Bar

- PVC Seed Planter

- PVC Cleaning Scrubber

If you enjoyed some of these Life Hacks, you will also enjoy our first two videos.

They are listed below:

FIRST 10 Life Hacks video:

SECOND 10 Life Hacks Video:

Lifehacks are great techniques, tricks, shortcuts, or novelty ways to use certain products in uncommon ways to make life easier.

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Just remember that PVC is only a form of hard plastic. It can and will break if too much weight or force is applied and injuries can occur. Please use caution when using anything made from PVC.

Use of video content for personal projects is at your own risk.

The Ultimate Life Hack: John 3:16-17

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    22 Discussions

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    travisd20
    travisd20

    4 years ago

    One suggestion for your fruit picker is either a plastic cup (to catch the fruit) under the hook, or possibly a small net. I think you would also want to glue the elbow joint on - maybe using hot-glue. (?)

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    nick1941
    nick1941

    4 years ago

    I love these hacks. Not sure if this is one of them, but I used 4" PVC to make a marker for my driveway, which is hard to see at night. Got some reflective tape to put around it, and it works great. I filled the pipe with ready mix concrete to give it some body. There's lots of tree roots where I placed it, so I couldn't go very deep, but I straighten it out each spring, after the snow, and it works just fine. (Tried to upload a picture, but it didn't seem to work.)

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    SpecificLove
    SpecificLove

    Reply 4 years ago

    Sounds like a great idea. Can you send a pic to our facebook page, we would love to see it and maybe use it in a future video: https://www.facebook.com/specificlovefanpage

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    chick256
    chick256

    4 years ago

    Thanks for these great ideas. I wish I had seen these sooner, I've purchased things that i could have made.

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    CherryT5
    CherryT5

    4 years ago

    What great information! Thank you ?

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    Merry101
    Merry101

    4 years ago

    great ideas!! thanks

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    SpecificLove
    SpecificLove

    Reply 4 years ago

    thank you

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    skiwolf9
    skiwolf9

    4 years ago

    Thanks, between PVC and Duct Tape.......WTF did we do before they came around? I've built collapsible reflectors, Soft boxes and stands to name a few things in my photography business for 30 years.

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    SpecificLove
    SpecificLove

    Reply 4 years ago

    Very true

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    calico cat
    calico cat

    4 years ago

    Loving both your "Specific Love Creations" and "TheLittleWoodHouse" YouTube Channels! I've subscribed already! Thanx for everything that you share with us...

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    SpecificLove
    SpecificLove

    Reply 4 years ago

    Thank you

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    Beadlady1242
    Beadlady1242

    4 years ago

    excellent ideas, thanks for sharing, love the one for storing cord!

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    SpecificLove
    SpecificLove

    Reply 4 years ago

    Thank you

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    sbrown9578
    sbrown9578

    4 years ago

    thank you, some great ideas here

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    phantomsmom
    phantomsmom

    4 years ago

    Dude, u r the star. You just solved at least one big problem for me, thanks so much.

    I so appreciate you innovative people. Love the Instructables.com

    A senior from Ohio

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    SpecificLove
    SpecificLove

    Reply 4 years ago

    Thank you so much for letting us know how much this helps you. That means a lot.

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    phantomsmom
    phantomsmom

    Reply 4 years ago

    U R very welcome

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    Magzzee
    Magzzee

    4 years ago

    Great vids, thanks!