Introduction: Universal Drill Whisk and Potato Masher
Have you ever had your beaters brake down?
Have you gotten tired of hand beating a dish because you don't have beaters?
Or have you just wanted to bring some of your shed into the kitchen to help a little bit.
Whatever it is, this multi-purpose drill whisk will do at least one job for you.
If you want to know how to make it scroll on to the next step.
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Step 1: You Need a Drill...
You need a drill for this project, cordless or corded - you need a drill.
You also need a whisk from a hand beater.
First of all you need to loosen the "chuck" (the section where the drill bit goes) an insert the beater like shown.
Once the beater is in you need to go to step two.
Step 2: Tighten the Chuck
Now, once the beater is in the chuck you nee to tighten it, make sure it is tight or you will end up with a mess.
Make sure it is straight or it will wobble and make a mess.
You must have it tight, I don't want you getting hurt from it falling out.
When you are finished assembling the machine all you need to do is plug the drill in and turn it on and away you go.
If you want creamy mashed potato you need to prepare it like normal but instead of mashing you use the drill turned on.
When you have completed your meal and it is dishes time you just put the drill away for the man to clean an wash the single beater...
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