Processor Hairbrush!




About: I like mountain biking, its my main sport and i own 2 bikes so anything to do with bikes interests me, i also used to make K'nex guns but have since making instructables about games and other th...

i came up with this idea after finding a discarded computer and striping away all of its components then i came across its processor and kept it away for awhile. then after getting an old computer to modify i dug out the components again but had no use for the processor i looked at the pins the bam! i had teh idea for a processor hairbrush!

Step 1: What You Will Need...

1.a processor (mine was and intel pentium).

2.scrap metal (mine was from the slots at the back where i put in the sound card from the pc i found).

3.adhesive-anything that will bond meta to processor stuff.

Step 2: Attach the Metal to the Processor!

just glue the processor to the metal

Step 3: Wait for Glue to Dry Then Use!

you will find this brush very comfortable to use and you can brush it in any direction the teeth of the processor wont bend to much either, they are suprisingly strong



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    8 years ago on Step 3

    Dude... WTF? you could give more uses to that prosesor than A HAIR BRUSH! and the teeth are resilient because they are an alloy of gold...


    8 years ago on Introduction

    whats funny, is i actually tried this. it works. llol, although, make sure you remove the thermal compound first if you dont want grey hair early...


    9 years ago on Introduction

     I would be worried about the lead and other toxic chemicals brushing in to my hair and skin, plus the pins would be sharp and cut into me. 


    11 years ago on Introduction

    Apparently, different kinds of hairbrush suit different kinds of hair (unfortunately I am not in much of a position to comment). What kind of hair would this brush suit? It kind of reminds me of a brush for grooming short-haired pets, or combing the fleece from a sheep (although you need two for that).

    2 replies

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    i have short hair and it worked brilliantly for me, i gave it to another member of my family with long hair and they really liked it too. so i think it would work for either long or short, and because the pins are so close together it gives a realy smooth and even brush


    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    No actually, you can use the processor to process stuff, if you are thinking too hard you can make the processor think for you ;)