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Can hot water fix a car dent?

Pour Boiling Water to Get Car Dents Out: In Few Seconds the Transformation is Complete…So Efficient, let’s watch!

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Virtual technology can make landscaping easier

Just as virtual technology has become a common tool for anyone planning to repaint or redecorate a home, a growing array of apps can make landscaping easier too. But know when to use them, and when it would be easier ...

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They Thougt That A Homeless Beggar Lives In This Cave That Smells Horrible But They Were All Shocked When They Discovered What’s Inside!

Once mankind evolved into the thinking creatures we are in the present day – we no longer needed to live in caves for shelter. However, this former businessman decided to build his dream home in a renovated cave. Why? He ...

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The Architectural Experiments of Terunobu Fujimori

Some of his works may not even look like real houses, but Terunobu Fujimori is one of the world’s most acclaimed architectural designers. His unconventional works have been displayed all around the world, and, believe it or not, people actually ...

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Malaysian, Singaporeans saving houses in Japan

If not for three Singaporeans and a Malaysian, two traditional townhouses in Kyoto, Japan, would have been demolished and turned into a carpark. The two-storey wooden houses, complete with traditional timber floors, clay partitions and baked tile roofs, have survived ...

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Green man in a tiny home

Living small is a new philosophy that can make a big difference on the environment, and ultimately us, discovers Elena Koshy. IT’S almost too good to be true: The house will be running at zero cost. There’s no need to ...

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Make own Hoverboard in simple way

We all seen this expensive Hoverboards in stores, but did you know you can make them at home yourself with just a few bucks?

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Spray paint art

He uses bizarre tools and creates ART- See his rare talent and absolutely AMAZING creations

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Lumos smart bike helmet incorporates brake lights and indicators

A pair of engineers have designed a bike helmet that uses embedded lights to let drivers know when the cyclist is turning or braking. Eu-wen Ding and Jeff Chen designed Lumos, which won the transport design of the year category ...

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Stacked concrete blocks and roof deck give diners sea views from South Korean cafe by IDMM Architects

This coastal cafe in the South Korean city of Gijang comprises a series of enormous concrete volumes that dwarf neighbouring houses, and are stacked and rotated to optimise views of the Sea of Japan. The Waveon cafe perches high on ...

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