005 – Bring batteries back to life

Battery Reconditioning

Battery Reconditioning

With a DIY battery recondition you can save heaps! Why replace your tired battery when you can fix and reuse it? Imagine how much money that could keep in your pocket.

A dead battery is not only expensive, but inconvenient. And while knowing how to restore a dead battery may not solve the inconvenience, it can definitely eliminate the expense of buying a new one. Continue reading

004 – Building your own Warre beehive is enjoyable!

Nick Winters
Behive Builder

The Warre Garden Hive

The Warre Garden Hive

Imagine that you are sitting on your deck enjoying the sun on a summer afternoon. You can see the red and green of your tomato plants in your garden.

You can smell the perfume of your flowers in the flower beds just off the deck. And you can hear the buzzing and humming of the honeybees in your garden beehive.

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003 – Discovering Woodworking DYI secrets

Alex Grayson is an engineer who can show anyone who likes to work with wood something that can completely transform the way you work on any DIY project, decorate your home or do woodwork. You can discover how to customize anything from chopsticks to baby cribs, turn a dismantled old chair into a unique work of art and make creative presents for your family and friends out of plain wood.

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002 – Escaping death in a sinking car

Any car accident is frightening, but an accident in which your vehicle is thrown into the water, with you trapped inside, is absolutely terrifying. Such accidents are particularly dangerous due to the risk of drowning and in Canada alone, 10 percent of drowning deaths can be attributed to being submerged in a car,[1] and about 400 North Americans die from being submerged in a car every year. Continue reading

001 – Credit Card Survival Tool Set

Compare this inspired Survival Gear multitool with the durability and ability to cover the basic tools needed in a survival or hunting / fishing / hiking emergency situation. Thin stainless steel credit card sized multitool is built to be strong enough to work in a survival situation but thin enough to snap apart for usage. The metal is strong while still being thin enough metal to break apart when it’s time to use the fishing hooks, arrowheads, needles or saw. These can be easily disassembled for use. Whether you are camping, hiking, fishing, or just trying to survive, this pocket tool is an essential for your gear. Remember – This tool makes an amazing gift, or stocking stuffer for the outdoors person in your fam.

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