Dec 192015
Make Any Glove Work With A Touchscreen

A handmade gift is always better than one you paid big bucks for. It’s just so much more meaningful. To help you with this task, the Household Hacker explains how to make a gift that everyone who owns a smartphone will appreciate. The one problem we all encounter on our phones in the winter is the lack of touchscreen response when we are wearing gloves. But with this simple trick, you’ll be ‘liking’ and swiping all day with these touchscreen gloves. 


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Apr 282014
Five Hacks To Remove Stripped Screws

As anyone who has ever touched a screwdriver knows, there’s nothing more annoying, frustrating, and infuriating than a stripped screw. Just when you think you’re about to get it to finally turn, the driver slips and the screw just gets even more damaged. 

Thankfully, the Household Hacker has stepped forward to offer viewers five simple ways to remove a stripped screw. Ahh, now isn’t that better?


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Feb 212014
How To Seceretly Use Your Smartphone In Class

Gone are the days of doodling and secretly reading comic books in class. Today, students have smartphones to distract themselves during school hours.

But most teachers don’t take too kindly to their students playing games on their mobile devices right in front of them. 

Thankfully, Web popular Household Hacker demonstrates how to make a stealth smartphone holder in this new video


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Jan 242014
How To Build A Remote Control Shoe

For his latest DIY project, the Household Hacker illustrates how to build a remote control shoe.

After modifying an old shoe with the inners of a cheap remote control car you can have a blast driving your dog insane or trick your neighbors into thinking they’re seeing things. 


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