Every dad would absolutely do everything for their children even if circumstances and resources won’t permit. Despite a lack of sufficient funds, this dad gave his son the most awesome gift ever by getting his creative juices flowing and creating the most awesome extreme IKEA hack you could ever see: a kura bed with a hidden nook, a slide, and a pulley.
The term “IKEA Hack” simply means a modification or repurposing of any product bought from the world’s most loved DIY furniture store IKEA. You can find an online community dedicated to helping each other design and improve their IKEA furniture by sharing hacks and how-tos. When you combine various IKEA products to create a totally different piece of furniture, you call it an “extreme IKEA hack.”
Eric Strong decided to do an extreme IKEA hack because his son didn’t want to give up his old toddler bed for his sister who already needs it. His son told him he would only let his old bed go if he gives him the most awesome bed ever.
Eric Strong’s son would only let go of his old bed if he gives him the most awesome bed ever in exchange!
The handy daddy did not have enough budget so he decided to IKEA-hack his way through the dilemma. First, he started doing research. He looked for other people who have already re-designed kura beds. He found a lot of awesome stuff but thought that it’s also critical to align his son’s interest to the conceptualization. Thus, he incorporated the four things that his son enjoys: playgrounds, simple machines, rolling ball sculptures, and a Berenstain detective book.
Eric Strong repurposed these three IKEA products to build his son the most awesome bed ever!
The handy daddy made sure that all of the things his son enjoys are in the bed.
The bed has a bookshelf that is actually a secret door that leads to a small nook under the bed.
Since Eric Strong’s son loves simple machines, there’s a pulley with a pail at the side of the bed.
This is the final product.
In the video below, he explains how he was able to come up with the concept. But, unfortunately, he did not include the reaction of his son to what he built. It would have been awesome to see his son’s reaction.
Watch the full video about the extreme IKEA hack here:
Here’s How to Fix a Broken Zipper With Just a Simple Trick
This simple fix tip will erase your zipper troubles!
A zipper that's stuck is one of the most mundane yet most irritating worry everyone has to face at one point in our lives. Just when we are about to leave home, or we are in a hurry, a zipper that doesn't zip can actually ruin our day!
I mean, they are supposed to close and seal what's supposed to be concealed, right? But it does happen, not only with our clothes but with bags and pouches as well. However, we don't need to have to trouble ourselves with this problem, there is actually a simple way to make your zipper work.
UCAN Zippers USA has a simple and easy way to solve this dilemma. All you need is a pair of pliers, a couple of minutes and some patience to close that zipper.
Sleep in Less Than a Minute with This Breathing Exercise
Watch this video and you’ll learn how to sleep in less than a minute.
Do you have trouble sleeping at night? I guess we all do, and we've tried all techniques: walking, drinking warm milk, Excedrin PM, and even those expensive sleep machines. We have become desperate in getting sleep that we've tried all kinds of techniques but have always failed.
However, there is one simple exercise we can all do to help us get better sleep. Health expert Andrew Weil, M.D. shared a technique that not only helps one sleep in less than a minute, but also helps improve one's well-being.
It may sound impossible, but this technique has been shared in Weil's talks and has been effective for most of his patients. And the best thing about this technique is that it does not require any machine or special ritual: it's all about proper breathing.
Family Builds an Awesome Underground Shelter for Future Catastrophes
The house looks awesome!
Now that countries are using biological, chemical, and nuclear warfare due to the extreme damage it can inflict on enemy troops, civilians are being more creative and thorough in preparing for emergencies. In response to this, a movement known as survivalism was established, in which survivalists or preppers actively prepare for emergencies and disasters. They stockpile food and water, learn medical and self-defense skills, and even build underground shelters for future catastrophes.
Let's take a look at this family's awesome underground shelter.
The materials used for the shelter are super-resistant.
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