So here’s the first lifehack I’d like to share with you. I think the most basic thing we need in case of a blackout is light. So let’s tackle that one first. Fortuantely, I found this video by The King Of Random that quickly teaches you how to make a candle in a about one minute (probably two minutes in the dark) the McGyver way; from a piece of toilet paper and a stick of butter. Would you have thought it possible? For some reason butter and toilet paper are not registered with me as life-saving commodities …well, okay, in some situations the latter might be, but still. However, watching the video I have to admit that they are the perfect, foolproof components of quickly making a candle that will burn for no less than four hours! And since you shouldn’t have difficulty finding toilet paper, butter, and some matches in the dark, you can make the candle in just a few minutes and probably enjoy some romantic and relaxing candle light until electricity is restored in the area.
So there goes my two cents on the subject. Now we are all prepared for electricity shortages. We’ll find our way in the house and we can even read a magazine so we won’t be bored. But that’s of course only one idea, there are thousands of other life-hacks out there that can Save our souls in a dire situation. Can you think of any other quick and simple McGyver tricks that can come in handy during a blackout? If you do, please leave a comment so we can discuss all the things we can do to overcome difficulties in case of an emergency. Both me and Cavakia are looking forward to your ideas, so keep them coming! Oh, and have a very nice weekend, everyone!
How To Lifehack Emergency Candle From Butter
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