Re-Seal a Soda Can-NO Magic Trick-No Special Tools Needed

Introduction: Re-Seal a Soda Can-NO Magic Trick-No Special Tools Needed

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Learn how to re-seal a Soda Can for when you want to save it for later, to keep it from going flat. Watch this video to find out how.

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    37 Discussions

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    xMourningStar
    xMourningStar

    1 year ago

    Nope. Didn't work for me. Maybe because I pushed the lid all the way back and down when opening.

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    mrmath
    mrmath

    12 years ago on Introduction

    Two questions: 1) Why the gloves? 2) How many times have you cut your fingers on the edge of the thingy?

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    frollard
    frollard

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    pop can edges arent too-too sharp; but I have no idea why the gloves :) perhaps to keep the soda off his fingers?

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    CurtosNoirDesign
    CurtosNoirDesign

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    what is pop? you must be from up north cause down in texas everything is called coke

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    frollard
    frollard

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    Several states, as well as most of us in Canuckia, call it 'pop' not sure why. I figure it's the short for 'soda-pop'. Calling everything coke is just...weird. Granted; they do outsell pepsi worldwide 2-1... I still ask for a tissue, not a kleenex.

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    AnthonyC70
    AnthonyC70

    Reply 4 years ago

    "pop" is short for popular. Not soda pop.

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    Oroka
    Oroka

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Ahhh, but do you call a snowmobile a skidoo? Us Canuckastanians have to stick together! But yeah, 'pop' up here is a general name for any fizzy soda. As for the Instructable... a small hole will slow down the flattening process more than a wide open hole.

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    millsman163
    millsman163

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    I like how we've resorted to all saying xerox and googling and such

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    frollard
    frollard

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Really; I think even the tiniest of pinholes would result in almost the exact same flattening rate. Gas doesn't leave pop/soda/coke/carbonated water quickly, and it takes a large differential in pressure to keep any CO2 dissolved in the liquid. a small leak = no carbonation.

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    CurtosNoirDesign
    CurtosNoirDesign

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    yes it is wierd, I don't understand why everyone around here does it. people are funny

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    woody558
    woody558

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    I live in Texas and we call it soda.

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    TN777
    TN777

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Reason for gloves is probally to keep him from cutting himself!

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    Sandisk1duo
    Sandisk1duo

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    i would love to know the answer to the first question

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    redfoxtrystman
    redfoxtrystman

    7 years ago

    You should alow a mobile device to play your video. Guess I won't be watching it

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    redfoxtrystman
    redfoxtrystman

    7 years ago

    You should alow a mobile device to play your video. Guess I won't be watching it

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    shooby
    shooby

    12 years ago on Introduction

    Oh come on. It's not sealed! I bet when you open it again, it doesn't make a sssst sound, meaning that it's not under pressure, meaning that it's not sealed.