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DIY electric car
Do-it-yourself

DIY electric car

The ways of "do it yourself" are truly endless, today they lead us to an electric car. It may not be luxurious or even very beautiful, but it costs less than 2,000 euros and is an electric car powered by solar energy. The car was built by a 19-year-old student who decided to go "do it yourself" with mechanics.

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How to divide the waste

Where should I throw away food scraps? And all the packaging, cans and tetrapacks? Here is a short guide that will explain how to divide waste in three simple steps.In many communities, reuse and recycling are standard practices to minimize the amount of waste going to landfills.
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How to build a keychain

Some old junk, a touch of creativity and off you go, you've got your keychain! There are various ways to build a DIY keychain, each of which involves different materials, and what if you don't have those materials at home? Don't worry, this guide will show you how to build a keychain using what you have at home.
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How to make a bird nest

Building a "disposable" nest offers the double advantage of saving money on the purchase of the nest and meeting the hygiene needs since at the end of hatching, the nest must not be kept but thrown away. To prepare a nest for birds you need low-cost and easily available materials: newspaper, water basin, vinyl glue, brush, scissors and a plastic saucer that will act as a shape.
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DIY electric car

The ways of "do it yourself" are truly endless, today they lead us to an electric car. It may not be luxurious or even very beautiful, but it costs less than 2,000 euros and is an electric car powered by solar energy. The car was built by a 19-year-old student who decided to go "do it yourself" with mechanics.
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How to organize a treasure hunt

Have you ever thought about organizing a treasure hunt with your friends? It could be a very fun idea: treasure hunts are often organized during the holidays to engage children in a dynamic and lively game, but adults also make it a nice reason to pass the time. treasure?
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How to prepare the after sun cream

Having a colorful and healthy look also involves the use of natural and specific products for the sun. After exposure to the sun, the skin needs nourishment and hydration, and why not nourish and hydrate it with a product made with our hands? Here's how to prepare the after-sun cream. The "DIY after-sun cream" turns out to be a natural emollient of completely natural origin.
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How to make shoes wider

Have you ever ruined your day because of tight shoes? How many times have we returned home with swollen feet and blisters due to uncomfortable shoes. Maybe we care too much about those shoes even if they are tight on the feet and we don't intend to throw them away. Do you want to continue wearing them without suffering anymore?
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Defuse your home chemical arsenal

In every home there is a real chemical arsenal made up of products for cleaning the environment, insecticides, products for DIY and personal hygiene. An attacker with good knowledge of chemistry could pack an explosive device by simply mixing the bottles we keep under the sink, yet we handle those substances with ease and pour them down the drain.
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How to fix shoes

Shoe repair is back in fashion and the environment gains! Worn shoes do not end up in the garbage but at the shoemaker. For example, if the sole is unstuck, it is better to use a specific glue and a little labor in order to obtain new shoes as if they have just been removed from the box. Sometimes problems may arise with the sole which, once unglued, makes the shoe unbreakable.
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How to build a hammock

Would you like to fall asleep in a hammock in the shade of a tree? If the idea appeals to you then arm yourself with tools and practicality because in this guide we explain how to build a hammock. Building a hammock is not very difficult, however it requires a bit of practicality and good workmanship. How to build a hammock.
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Home fragrances with herbs and terrace petals

Do you want to have fragrant jars of herbs and flowers to perfume your home during the winter? You can provide for yourself with little or no expense by drawing on the plants of the terrace, balcony or windowsill, and follow a few simple instructions. Here's what to do: First, get a glass jar with a ground glass lid.
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How to recycle plastic bottles

Recycling plastic bottles could be an extremely creative activity. Especially those who don't want to give up the unhealthy habit of buying bottled water. Plastic bottles can be transformed into funnels, weights, bowling sets for children to play, but also into cups, dispensers and much more.
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How to purify aquarium water

Purified water is the true heart of a well-functioning aquarium: the very life of our small ecosystem depends on the cleanliness of the water. For a good water cleaning job it is important to have two foam sponges of rather fine density in the aquarium, when the water enters the filter compartment, the first filter material it encounters will consist of the two sponges.
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Tips for a naturally perfumed home

A scented house always gives a positive feeling, but pleasure becomes annoyance if the smells are artificial, persistent or too aggressive. Disinfectants, deodorants, so-called odor eaters and chemical fragrances, for the environment or cabinets, camouflage stagnant air and worsen its quality.
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Making the home more efficient

Turning any house into an example of energy efficiency is often too expensive, but what happens if low-cost technologies are used to optimize consumption? Of course, the result will not be a zero-impact house, but there will be substantial energy savings. The “do it yourself” projects are the cheapest and perfect for any type of home.
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How to heat a cold greenhouse

A small greenhouse, if equipped to control environmental conditions, can offer the possibility of growing both vegetables and ornamental plants. The climate inside the greenhouse represents an ecosystem in its own right, but which can also be automated in cold periods to heat if there is a need.
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How to prepare a scented candle

Do you have a special guest for dinner and do you like DIY? Why not make the evening more intimate with some scented candles? Not just any candle, a candle made with your own hands! It will certainly add a touch of romanticism to the environment, especially if you add some scented essence that your he or she likes.
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How to whitewash your home without polluting

Green architecture is based on the principle that all the components that go into building or finishing the house must not release substances that are harmful to the environment. The discourse is not limited to brick, concrete, flooring or fixtures but to all the elements that complete the house. In this eco-sustainable perspective, a big problem is faced by traditional paints with their impact on the environment.
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How to build a green wall

Is there a green alternative to concrete walls? Yes, they are the so-called "green walls". They are natural coatings that in addition to being very pleasing from an aesthetic point of view, constitute a natural protection against environmental and acoustic pollution. Green walls can be compatible in any architectural context and can be applied as cladding for external facades, for self-supporting walls or for fences.
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How to recycle a tire

Why not make a nice and comfortable pouff with the tire you still keep in the garage? What do we still need? All you need is an old fabric for curtains, some foam, a sheet of plywood, some glue and a spray can of the color of your choice, to make a nice DIY ottoman.
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