An Easy Way To Tell If Your Batteries Are Dead Or Still Have Some Juice Left

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Many of us buy batteries of different sizes, AA, AAA, C, D etc., and we use a few of them and put the unused ones in a Ziploc for another day.  Sometimes we will remove old batteries and get them mixed up with the fresh ones and they all end up together.  There’s nothing more annoying than putting a battery in and finding out it’s dead…then going through a bunch to find one that’s still got juice.

Believe it or not there is a simple way to avoid this hassle without having to own a battery testing device.  It’s a trick that works more than 80% of the time and is illustrated in the VIDEO you are about to watch below.

What is shown is a bounce test that changes when the alkaline in the battery wears down; it produces a gas that fills the inside, and changes how the battery bounces, as it is dropped a short distance onto a hard surface.

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A Simple Hack That Will Easily Get Rid Of a Dent In Your Car. Auto Shops Don’t Want You To Know.

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Finding a dent on your car is never a pleasant experience. Whether you accidentally dinged something and caused it or not, at some point it’s bound to happen to just about everyone who owns a car. Car dents are frustrating and no one want to be stuck with an ugly, unsightly blemish that will probably end up costing a lot of money to have professionally repaired.

Rather then going through all that hassle, stay home and skip having to bring your car to an expensive body shop to get it fixed. Instead, fix it on your own at a fraction of the cost, time, and energy. This short clip shows you exactly how simple and easy it is to repair a small car dent with just a hairdryer and a can of compressed air!

In the video a man quickly demonstrates the tried and true technique on a white Toyota Sienna. Here’s a breakdown of what he did and more information on what you’ll need to do for this to work.

1. Heat the surface of the dent with a hairdryer for two minutes
– Use a medium heat setting
– Hold the hairdryer approximately 5-7 inches away from the car
– If the dent is on the larger side, heat it evenly by waving the dryer back and forth

2. Spray the dent with a can of compressed air for 30-50 seconds
– Shake the can before using it
– Hold the can upside down, this makes it blow out extremely cold air

This works because the direct heat causes the surface area of the dent to expand, then the super cold air makes it rapidly contract. This sudden change causes the dent to come right out, and voilà- just like that your car changes back to its original form, right in front of your eyes!

The hardest part about this will be remembering to get a can of air duster, which you find at a wide variety of stores, and you likely have a hairdryer at home or at least know someone who does! Check out the video and be sure to try this on any ugly little car dents that may be bothering you!

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