I recently stumbled upon this innovative water wheel pump and it definitely impressed me beyond measure.
This one allows you to move water easily without requiring the use of electricity. So the next time you need to pump some water, you really don’t have to reach for your extension cord anymore.
The video below shows us the pump in motion but I have to warn you – be careful not to jump into conclusions, dismissing it as ineffective. Besides, you’ll see slow water movement and water blasts. Again, you have to note that this one doesn’t utilize any electricity so pay close attention to what it really does.
This non-electric water wheel pump saves you money and is nature-friendly at the same time.
In proper perspective, it’s truly amazing how this pump gets the job done. You get to save on your electric bill and, best of all, it’s absolutely eco-friendly.
The pump takes advantage of the steady stream of water and the spinning wheel does most of the work. Water is collected into the tubing and then lifted higher than the outlet pipe. The 6-ft diameter wheel has the capability to pump about 3,900 gallons of water per day so it’s really quite powerful.
You can watch the wheel water pump in action here:
After doing a bit of research, I discovered this invention isn’t exactly new since it was initially created way back 1976. It has since been developed and then tested at Windfarm Museum, using cheap, lightweight materials.
The water wheel pump’s video has captured the attention of many viewers on YouTube.
As far as view count is concerned, it is worth-noting that the video has attracted 3,973,987 views already. Sure, the 2-minute clip was first published 4 years ago but reaching almost 4 million views is no joke. It’s also been picked up by various online news sites and so the video continues to gain new audiences to this day.
H/T: Wonderful Engineering
How To Easily Remove Hard Water Stains On Your Kitchen Sinks and Faucets
Actually, you can do it with just a few common household items!
It is often said that the kitchen is the heart of the home and many would actually agree with this. Besides, it is in the kitchen that meals are prepared that's why it automatically becomes the source of nourishment for the entire family. It is very important then to keep a kitchen clean.
For the most part though, that is easier said than done. We all know maintaining a kitchen can require hard work. In fact, it can be a bit time-consuming in some cases. So you just have to do your best to do quick clean-ups from time to time to prevent dirt and grime – particularly in your kitchen sink and faucet.
Sinks and faucets have the tendency to accumulate hard water stains.
This is How to Cook an Omelette in a Bag
I didn’t think it was this easy to make an omelette!
Omelettes are popular for breakfast everywhere in the world. We love its taste, its texture and the flavor of its other ingredients mixed with eggs. However, omelettes contain some fat as they require oil or fat to be cooked. And they're a bit messy too, with the preparation and cooking.
Enter Allrecipes' Kitchen Hacks' Omelette in a Bag recipe. It's actually quite simple and easy to do. All you need is a freezer bag, fresh eggs and your favorite omelette ingredients. Just put the eggs inside the bag, make sure all air has been removed, break the eggs and mix it. Afterwards, put in your favorite ingredients and mix them all together.
So, how do you cook it? Seal the omelette mix in the bag and place in boiling water for 13 minutes. You'll get nicely done omelettes without the oil or mess! You can even cook as many omelettes simultaneously.
Quick Hack Teaches You How To Fix A Car Dent Using Boiling Water
Mike Oxlarge shares a practical trick that will help you get rid of your car dent fast!
These days, owning a car is more of a necessity than a luxury. Having a vehicle allows you to move around from one destination to another with less hassle. Although riding buses, trains, or cabs can help you save big bucks, driving a car is still more convenient because it allows you to enjoy faster trips.
One of the downsides of automobile ownership though is that maintenance can be painfully costly. Got some engine trouble? Found a big scratch on your car door? Those can mean additional expenses on your end.
Well fortunately, it is possible to take care of a minor car dent without bringing your vehicle to a nearby repair center with this quick hack.
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