5 Pringles Tricks | Simple Life Hacks

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Step 1: To Do a 5 Pringles Tricks | Simple Life Hacks You Need!!! (Life Hack 1)

Hey girl hey! Welcome back to my channel everyone! Today I want to show you guys 5 Pringles Tricks, simple life hacks that will change your life!

Step 2: (Life Hacks 2)

Probably the most popular use for a Pringles can is spaghetti or makeup brushes container.

Step 3: (Life Hacks 3)

There are so many things you can make from Pringles cans.

Step 4: (Life Hacks 4)

A lot of these are so easy and I can't believe I just found out about them!

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These Life Hacks Everyone Should Know !

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    paulbuzz

    2 years ago

    I use the tube to make great candle moulds.

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    Yonatan24

    3 years ago

    Am I the only one that doesn't understand a thing? Seriously...

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    alanjamesblairYonatan24

    Reply 3 years ago

    I had to do some close squinting too. 1) how to get Pringles out without reaching into the cylinder: stick a piece of wax or butcher's paper in as a half circle and pull them out. Okay. 2) Make a brush/pencil holder. Cut it short. Poster covers with aluminized tape? 3) DIY coaster: Just cut off the metal bottom part. 4) Makeup pad dispenser: I assume you'd clean out the canister really well or risk rubbing oil on your skin. Anyway, cut out a simicircle by tracing a pad on the bottom. Presto, dispenser. 5) Emergency kindling. Light chip on fire.

    The canisters are useful for a lot of DIY camera lens stuff too.

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    Yonatan24alanjamesblair

    Reply 3 years ago

    *(I was hinting the fact that I have several 'Ibles that are (probably) better than this that didn't get featured)


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    alanjamesblairYonatan24

    Reply 3 years ago

    Are you sure? I'm seeing that you've published 68 (great job by the way) and have 68 featured. Maybe my interface is acting incorrectly.

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    Yonatan24alanjamesblair

    Reply 3 years ago

    I have 68 'Ibles, But 19 out of them are featured.

    Pretty much all of my first 30 Instructables were had one step, Because I was sharing the projects that I made before finding about Instructables...

    Now (almost) all of them are "How-To's"

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    alanjamesblairalanjamesblair

    Reply 3 years ago

    That said, I also understand your point that it would be nice to have fuller instructions. Morena, you typically like to have very brief instructions and lean more on the YouTube/video element to help your readers get the full sense of the project.

    This works for many. For some, like me, and if I can speak for yonatan24 and Ka G, a fuller instruction set would be desirable. I'm not saying you should write a novel, but perhaps put a little more down in ways of description so we know what's going on? I would thank you.

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    Ka GYonatan24

    Reply 3 years ago

    Nope! I Have No Idea What To Do!

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    quinndiy

    2 years ago

    That is so cool!

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    knexinventions 49

    2 years ago

    This is an example that makes me question how the Instructables Admin feature things.

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    The cloud 1808

    3 years ago

    no if you burn the chip the smell spreads and your house smells like chips people should know this duh