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Cardboard box Commercial
 
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A wonderful commercial teaching you how you can purchase this wonderful new invention called "Cardboard Box". Yes u can also b da prod owner of a "Cardboard Box". Plz call right now while supplies last.
Views: 158 inuyasha580
Bubblefast Box Sizer Tool
 
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Bubblefast.com presents this box sizer tool that you can use to cut down your boxes and save money on shipping. You will save money on both the weight and dimensional size of your package. Smaller boxes also mean less void fill. Additionally, you do not need to purchases as many boxes, since one size may fit many more packages, now that you have the ability to customize!
Views: 22831 Bubblefast, LLC
Easy Money
 
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Thanks to Theredneckpicker for the idea to sell packing boxes. If you have not checked out his vids, give them a look. He has some good ideas for making money. You should always keep learning. http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?icep_ff3=11&pub=5575168947&toolid=10001&campid=5337864703&customid=&icep_store=terminal99&ipn=psmain&icep_vectorid=229466&kwid=902099&mtid=824&kw=lg - Link to my terminal99 eBay store! - Link to my terminal99 eBay store! - Link to my terminal99 eBay store!
Views: 55800 terminal99
eSmith Boxes
 
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E Smith Box, Inc. is a manufacturer of corrugated shipping containers, pads, point of purchase displays, since 1987.
Views: 70 oblek23
ZippGo Green Boxes Destroy Cardboard boxes For Packing and Moving.
 
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ZippGo green reusable moving boxes compete against Cardboard boxes. Moving green is not only cheaper and easier, its also 4 times faster. Rent green moving boxes and green crates in San Francisco and Los Angeles through ZippGo. Move green and save green.
Views: 3125 ZippGo2
How to Put Together the Perfect Home Tool Kit
 
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Watch more Home Repair & DIY videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/315429-How-to-Put-Together-the-Perfect-Home-Tool-Kit Get a fix on that leaky faucet and the door with the broken hinge by using the perfect home tool kit. Step 1: Purchase quality Purchase quality tools. Although they may cost more, they are a good investment in the long run. Tip Buy tools gradually. Don't break the bank by buying everything at once. Step 2: Buy fastening tools Buy fastening tools, including a claw hammer; adjustable wrenches; an L-shaped, six-sided wrench; a set of screwdrivers; a staple gun; and clamping and locking pliers. Tip Two adjustable wrenches are handy when loosening a fastener or valve. One wrench turns in the opposite direction of the other. Step 3: Select measuring tools Select measuring tools, including a tape measure, a combination square, and a torpedo level. Step 4: Include cutting and drilling tools Include a handsaw or handheld circular saw, a utility knife, a cordless drill, and a glass cutter for projects that require cutting and drilling. Step 5: Don't forget the basics Make sure you have such basics as a stud finder, flashlight, pry bar, gloves, and safety goggles. These are among the most commonly used toolbox items. Step 6: Keep your tools organized and stored safely Store the tools in one spot so you can always find them when you need them. Invest in a container to hold them, whether an expensive tool box or a plastic bin. Did You Know? The circular saw was invented by a Shaker woman named Tabitha Babbit in 1810.
Views: 11198 Howcast
How to make gears
 
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http://woodgears.ca/gear/howto.html How to make gears, such as the ones I used for my screw advance box joint jig or my wooden router lift.
Views: 3824236 Matthias Wandel
The Boxshop Ltd
 
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The Boxshop Ltd : 01355-222-960 : [email protected] : www.boxshop.com Manufacturer of corrugated cardboard boxes based in East Kilbride, Scotland. All boxes made to customer size and specification whether a few hundred or 10,000+
Views: 3662 BoxshopDVD
How to Make a Home Made Hot Wheels Ramp
 
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Hey guys, do you like making your HotWheels cars move fast, and swiftly across tracks... but don't have enough money to purchase hotwheels track pieces? Make your own out of cardboard, this video will show you how.. Enjoy! Remember, Subscribe!
Views: 224280 TheCreativeBird
How to Make Drawer Dividers
 
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Watch more Closets, Storage & Organizers videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/315258-How-to-Make-Drawer-Dividers Here's a quick and easy way to get those messy drawers organized. Step 1: Measure the drawer Measure the inside height, width, and depth of the inside of the drawer. Step 2: Measure and cut paper Measure and cut the wrapping paper or contact paper to fit the inside bottom of the drawer. Adhere it with the double-sided tape. Step 3: Cut a strip of cardboard Cut a strip of cardboard to the inside length and depth of your drawer with the craft knife. Step 4: Cut slots Measure in one-third of the length of the strip from each side and cut ¼-inch wide notches through the bottom half of the strip. Step 5: Cut vertical dividers Measure and cut two more cardboard strips equal to the inside width and depth of the drawer. Cut ¼-inch notches at their midpoints, from the top down. Tip Wrap the three cardboard strips with more wrapping or contact paper, cutting out space at the notches. Step 6: Fit dividers together Fit the notches in the shorter cardboard strips perpendicularly into the notches in the long strip and fit the divider into your drawer. Step 7: Add dividers as needed Add or remove dividers as you need to, customizing the drawer for your needs. Did You Know? A study has shown that gift-wrapped items influence the recipient to have a more favorable attitude toward owning the gift.
Views: 740855 Howcast
reusable-box-full-demonstration.mpg
 
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The Globe Guard Reusable Box Story and Demonstration. Sustainable packaging - see how to turn a used shipping box into a new one. http://www.reusableshippingboxes.com/ http://www.globeguardproducts.com/ http://www.salazarpackaging.com/
Views: 2642 GlobeGuardProducts
How to Make a Wooden Box
 
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FREE PLANS NO LONGER AVAILABLE Tutorial by Adrian Iredale on making a simple wooden box with "box joints" that don't need a dove tail tool to make. The wooden lock featured at the end of this video is a scaled down version of a design by Tim Detweiler. See his "Making Working Wooden Locks" book isbn: 0-941936-60-0 It is well worth buying. See http://www.amazon.com/Making-Working-Wooden-Woodworkers-Library/dp/0941936600/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1268715283&sr=1-1
Views: 331724 adrianiredale
The Ferret Box 2
 
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Simi and Schnappi have another round of ferret fun with a cardboard box.
Views: 125 Eric
It's Your Move - The Inconvenient Truth About Cardboard Boxes  -  SayNoToBoxes
 
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Not convinced, be aware of how box quality, size and loads will affect your move. Boxes come in all shapes, strengths and sizes. The stronger the box, the greater the protection for its contents. Professional movers use boxes that are at least 32 ECT (200 lb test) in strength. These ratings are standard from the box industry, and help insure that your household products will arrive safely. Weaker boxes will crush under load. There are some retailers which sell much weaker boxes calling them moving boxes. Beware such boxes are designed for light-weight usage and should not be considered for moving. All boxes have a certificate seal printed on the bottom flap by the manufacturer certifying the boxes strength. Industry standard are as mentioned above. Larger boxes like wardrobes or kitchen dish pack boxes should have a higher rating. Just because a box is large, doesn't mean it can carry a lot of weight. Make sure to check box strength before you make a purchase to ensure that they are adequate for your needs. New cardboard boxes are more expensive to purchase than renting IT'S YOUR MOVE crates and totes. Cardboard boxes have to be assembled, they get crushed and wet, and eventually fill up our landfills. You should keep in mind that used boxes do get weak when reused. Boxes get ruined when they get wet. One of the biggest concerns is the sides of the box, where the seam is glued. Over time, this glue becomes unreliable. If you use used boxes, you should inspect them carefully before packing. Sometimes in an effort to save money, people attempt to recycle produce boxes. Beware, produce boxes often become weakened from moisture, refrigeration and product spoilage during transportation. They at times house insects that can infect your new dwelling. Boxes obtained from grocery or liquor stores are not always clean, and may not withstands the weight of the items you will be putting in them. Their odd sizes tend to make securing a load more difficult. We also offer Full Service Moving both residential & office moving. Rental of Moving Supplies, Moving, Packing Service, Move in and out cleaning services and storage we do it all. Move with us and Save $50. Visit us at SayNoToBoxes.com
Views: 809 Carrie Dhensaw
Box Marmelade with chunks - bengal cat eating a cardboard box
 
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this is ayana eating her third cardboard box
Views: 266 gunnar heilmann
Three Weeks in a Cardboard Box
 
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The continuing adventures of Mini, Lulu, Mavis and Roberta - I have had them just about 3 weeks, Mini is definitely smaller, and slightly differently colored than the other three. Greens just are not quite as exciting as they used to be, the bums are still fluffy though!
Views: 55 lastocke
Starting Mycelium at home
 
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Brief instructions on how to start mycelium for the mushrooms you want to grow at home inexpensively and easily. In this video I show what to do to get mycelium running in cardboard. Mushrooms are like the flowers of mycelium. This is how to grow mycelium from mushrooms you buy at the supermarket. I made several errors due to inexperience in this video, like saying you need to burp the container daily, which is wrong. You don't have to burp it at all. If you want to make a container that "burps" itself, allowing for air exchange without exposing your media to contaminating spores, there is a great little video on making a breathing container at - http://youtu.be/FK6LszaActA If you want to grow Mushrooms this is not the way, this method is for learning about cloning fungi from a mushroom you buy at the store or wild harvest. It is an easy and cheap way to produce Mycelium. Getting the Mycelium to fruit (produce mushrooms is a separate process clearly explained in the following video - Grow Oyster Mushrooms at home - http://youtu.be/XDvlQPzaNww
Views: 269289 SocietyofEnoch
Custom Cardboard Boxes
 
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http://www.creative-cardboard-boxes.com/ Creative Corrugated Designs Inc. will design custom cardboard boxes exclusively for your product from our warehouses in Riverside, California. We offer top notch quality as a custom box manufacturer. If you can't find the packaging boxes you need on our web site, or if you just have an irregular item to ship, let us know and we will design a custom built box or shipping boxes for you in a jiffy. Do you need a cardboard display stand? Cardboard partition inserts? Counter display boxes? Custom foam packaging? We can take care of it all at Creative Corrugated Designs Inc. Call us today at (951) 358-2825. Our cardboard box specialists are standing by.
Views: 206 idea26box
Speed Test: BungoBox vs. Cardboard
 
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Price Us: http://www.bungobox.com Watch how much easier and faster it is to pack a BungoBox compared to a cardboard box. There are much fewer steps in packing a BungoBox! Another win for Bungo! Price Us: http://www.bungobox.com Stalk Us: http://www.twitter.com/bungobox Like Us: http://www.facebook.com/bungobox
Views: 4941 BungoBox
Jamil Packaging LItho Label Point of Purchase Display For Crayola
 
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This video is the Jamil Packaging Automatan Fully Automatic Litho Label Laminator, doing a Point of Purchase Display for Crayola products.
Views: 811 jamilpkg
Buy a bucket of drywall joint compound first time out?
 
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http://www.VideoJoeKnows.com Yes.....buy a bucket of drywall/sheetrock joint compound the first time out (for first time use)....as opposed to buying the cardboard box type......there is a difference. You can buy the drywall/sheetrock joint compound in the box-form "next" time. Want some painting tips for your upcoming painting project? Visit: http://www.VideoJoeKnows.com
Views: 8106 VideoJoeKnows
Gift Boxes
 
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This video shows how to assemble midpacs simplex gift boxes. We stock a range of colours and sizes of gift boxes, available in small quantities purchase via our website midpac.co.uk. Printed gift boxes from 50 boxes foil blocked or 1 or 2 spot colours.
Views: 16587 midpacpackaging
Stock Boxes
 
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Stock Boxes made in Indiana by Jamil Packaging Corp. The stock boxes are cheap and of good quality. All of these stock boxes are made from corrugated. Stock boxes are often called shipping boxes and are made in all different sizes. These stock boxes are stocked and ready for delivery at www.jamilpackaging.com. We make our stock boxes and ship them very fast. These boxes can be made with your custom logo printed on them as well. Shop at www.jamilpackaging.com
Views: 140 David Diroll
My Completed Chinchilla Cage!
 
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My cage is a Marchioro Ferretville 82C3 (model SARA82C3). I bought it for 50 dollars used from the breeder who I am getting the chinchilla from. I removed all the plastic shelving and tubing. I bought all the wood for the shelves and had it cut for me at Home Depot. I bought all the hardware for it, and installed it, by hand (I had no drill). I made all of the fleece items myself, without sewing. Basically they are squares of fabric with the corners cut in about 2 inches, and knotted around fleece strips that have a knot on one end. The fleece house is a cardboard box with a hole cut out using an exacto knife (or a box cutter) and I measured each side of the box, and cut squares of fabric that were 2 inches larger than the measurements of the sides. I fringed the extra 2 inch of the fabric, and then double-knotted the squares of fabric together to make a slip-on fleece cover for the box.
Views: 9355 kaylacshoopy
Rent Your Boxes Commercial
 
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See why it is so much cheaper and better than buying moving boxes!
Views: 630 rybadmin
How to Make a Magazine Holder Out of a Cereal Box
 
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Watch more Paper Crafts videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/313505-How-to-Make-a-Magazine-Holder-Out-of-a-Cereal-Box There's more than one prize at the bottom of that cereal box. This empty cardboard container is an easy way to store your old magazines. Step 1: Remove the top Remove the top flaps from the cereal box. Step 2: Start cutting Cut the box from one of the top corners down the wide side of the box at a 45-degree angle down to the opposite narrow side Step 3: Cut across Cut straight across the narrow side. This will leave part of the narrow panel in place to be a backstop for your magazines. Tip If you own magazines that are wider across the cover than your cereal box, the entire side panel can be removed so that they fit inside. Step 4: Continue cutting Cut upward along the other wide side at a 45-degree angle until you reach the top corner opposite where you started. Step 5: Fill the box Fill the box with your magazines. For easy reference and retrieval, place them spine outward and alphabetize them or order them by publication date. Tip If you want to make the holder craftier – and hide what you eat for breakfast – decorate the outside of the box with colored paper or craft paints. Step 6: Find a spot for the holder Place the magazine holder on a bookshelf, desk, or coffee table. It works so well, you might start buying cereal just for the box. Did You Know? There were originally four Rice Krispies characters: Snap, Crackle, Pop, and Pow. The Pow character was retired, leaving only the trio we know today.
Views: 25436 Howcast
Cardboard Recycling
 
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Texas State University Recycling Center - Cardboard Recycling Filmed and Edited By: Stephen Ramirez Music By: Cornelius - Beep it
Views: 14100 TexasStateRecycling
House Moving Packing Tips: Color Coding Your Moving Boxes
 
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Great packing tips on how to make your packing more organized as you get ready for the big house move after you buy a home. http://www.coldwellbanker.com
Must-Have Items For Your New Kitten
 
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In my opinion, there is nothing more fun than getting a new kitten. If you've never had a cat before, or if you're adding a kitten as a companion for another pet, you'll have some preparation to do before you bring the new kitten home. Here's my list of must-haves. Food, Water, and Treats Try to get the same food the kitten has been eating to start with, even if you plan to change the diet later. The first few days it's best to keep the kitten's diet consistent to avoid any tummy upset or diarrhea. We can go into more details on healthy kitten foods at another time as that topic is not one to skim over lightly. The kitten should have a separate food and water bowls. Ceramic or stainless steel bowls are the best choice because some cats have reactions to plastic bowls. The water bowl should be larger than the food bowls. Try to get an oval bowl if possible because cats don't like their whiskers to touch the sides of the dish. If you would like to introduce treats to your kitten, try to stick to easily digested treats like freeze dried chicken. As the kitten gets a bit older, you can branch out into other adult cat treats. If the kitten you're getting is not weaned and requires milk, use only a cat milk replacer such as KMR or 2nd Step Weaning food. Cow's milk is not good for kittens and could cause diarrhea and dehydration. Litter The second most important thing is the litter box. Obtain a litter box even if you already have another cat and litter box in your home. The kitten must have his or her own litter box in addition to the existing box. You'll also need a litter scoop so you can clean the litter box waste daily. Select a litter that will attract your kitten to use the litter box such as Dr. Elseys' Kitten Attract Litter. This litter has a soft texture that kittens like and uses a blend of herbs to attract kittens to use the box. Kittens are naturally clean and should be litter trained when you adopt one. Kittens do go through a litter tasting phase around four to five weeks of age so if your kitten is that young, you should use only a non-clumping. I asked the experts at Dr. Elsey's and they say kittens eight weeks of age and older do well with clumping cat litter. Scratching Post Don't let bad habits form early for your new kitten. Providing your kitten with appropriate places to scratch from day one in your house will prevent the kitten from finding other surfaces to scratch. Scratching is necessary for all cats to remove the outer sheath from the nails as they grow. Vertical, carpeted scratching poles are great and can be combined with horizontal, cardboard scratchers to see which your pet prefers. Toys Kittens think everything in their world is a toy, but you should be prepared with some kitten toys that are safe. Balls and teaser wands are great and provide you with interactive fun while you bond with your new kitten. Bed Your kitten will likely choose your sofa, chair, closet, ottoman, china closet or under the bed as the ultimate best sleeping place. In the beginning, try offering your kitten a proper cat bed that he or she can call their own. Grooming Introduce your kitten to brushing using a soft, slicker brush. If you take time daily to gently brush the kitten now, grooming will not be as difficult later in life. Nail trimming is something that kittens need frequently. Tiny kitten nails are sharp so keep the tips clipped weekly to avoid painful scratches while playing. Small scissor nail clippers are the best for tiny paws. Carrier Before you go to pick up your new kitten, be sure to have a cat carrier already. This provides your kitten with a safe, secure place for travel. Be sure to get a carrier that will fit the cat as he or she grows. A Room Just for Kitten When you bring your new kitten home, don't allow the kitten roam freely through the entire house for a few days, even a week. If there are other pets in your home, they need time to adjust to the new arrival before meeting. Use a spare room where you can set up the kitten's litter, food, water, toys and bed and block off the doorway with a pet gate. The gate allows the kitten to get used to the sights, sounds and smells of the new home gradually. You can take the kitten out for supervised play but he or she needs a stable home base to start in. Secure or remove any electric cords in the room and try to block off areas under furniture so the kitten doesn't camp out where you can't reach him or her. There are many other accessories you may decide to get for your kitten along the way but for a safe, healthy start, this list includes all the things you and your kitten will need. All of the products featured in this video are available on our website here: www.petfooddirect.com Use promo code TUBE15 at checkout to save 15% on your next order. This offer excludes vet diets, Rx and Free Shipping items.
Views: 420201 PetFoodDirect
T-ROC EQUIPMENT CORRUGATED BOX MAKING MACHINE, THE TOTAL PACKAGE!
 
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To purchase one of these machines please call 913-621-4531 or go to HTTP://www.trocequipment.com THIS VIDEO SHOWS THE T-ROC EQUIPMENT AUTOMATED BLANK FEEDER (ABF), AUTOMATED BOX MAKER (ABM) AND THE AUTOMATED BOX GLUER (ABG). THE ABF FEEDS THE TOP SHEET OF CORRUGATED CARDBOARD FROM A VERTICAL STACK INTO THE ABG, THE VERTICAL STACK INDEXES UPWARD FOR CONTINUAL OPERATION. ONCE THE BLANK IS COMPLETED IT EXITS THE MACHINE, THE OPERATOR THEN CAN FOLD THE BOX AND INSERT IT INTO THE ABG, WHERE IT ONLY TAKES 5 SEC. TO COMPLETE THE MANUFACTURERS JOINT.
Views: 5918 trocequipment
How to Stop a Box Spring from Squeaking
 
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Watch more Beds & Mattresses videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/418300-How-to-Stop-a-Box-Spring-from-Squeaking If a squeaky box spring is keeping you or your significant other up all night, this guide will get everyone back to counting sheep in no time. Step 1: Tighten all bolts Check the bed frame and tighten all the bolts, screws, and other connectors using a flat- or Phillips-head screwdriver, and a hex wrench if needed. Step 2: Pad the squeaky area Pad the squeaky area with either a small board or hardcover book to change the pressure point of a squeaky spring and eliminate the noise. Step 3: Rotate mattress and box spring Rotate either the mattress or box spring or both to change how the weight is distributed and, again, eliminate a pressure point that causes the squeak. Tip Get in the habit of regularly flipping the mattress and rotating the box spring for even wear. Step 4: Lubricate connectors Use a spray lubricant to grease the bolts and joints -- a squeak is usually caused by 2 pieces of wood rubbing against each other. Step 5: Spray springs Remove the box spring, gently peel back the felt cover on the bottom, and lubricate each of the springs. Use a construction stapler to re-attach the felt backing. Tip Ask a friend to help to avoid injury and to make the process easier. Step 6: Replace the box spring Replace the box spring altogether if the squeaking persists. A new mattress and box spring will last about eight years under normal wear and tear, and should be replaced to avoid back and hip pain later. Did You Know? Humans sleep about three hours less each day than other primates such as baboons and chimps, who sleep about 10 hours each day on average.
Views: 263482 Howcast
Prank Packs Fake Gift Boxes
 
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Pull off a hilarious gift-giving prank on a friend or relative with a Prank Pack. Each Prank Pack box is about the size of a large phone book and looks like the packaging for a ridiculous yet plausible product. http://www.vat19.com/dvds/prank-packs-empty-gift-boxes.cfm?adid=youtube Your recipient will be bewildered by your strange gift of a Coffee Talkie, Beer Beard, Motorized Rolling Pin, or Noggin' Net. Try to contain your laughter as they pretend to be appreciative. When they finally open the box, their real gift will be revealed. Prank Packs are great fun for everyone! Choose from four Prank Pack products. Note: Purchase is for an empty box only. The absurd product on the box is not included with purchase. ********************** To check out the latest curiously awesome products from Vat19.com, click here: http://www.vat19.com/dvds/showproducts.cfm?action=new&adid=youtube For the most popular items on Vat19, click here: http://www.vat19.com/dvds/showproducts.cfm?action=popular&adid=youtube
Views: 3935352 Vat19
5" Subwoofer.
 
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I own none of the music in this video just a standard 5" subwoofer in a cardboard box playing some songs. sorry about the quality This video was uploaded from an Android phone.
Views: 113 Tractorracer5812
Total fail; gorilla in cardboard box
 
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We became bored, so in our spare time we decided to take a gorilla suit and a cardboard box to the small creek. unfortuantly we came upon a large man whom does not scare easily.
Views: 135 82berley
How to Make Rabbit Toys
 
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Cool Top Rated Products for any Rabbit Owner: Super Pet CritterTrail Extreme Challenge Habitat: http://amzn.to/1LLtA3C WARE Small Willow Barbell Chew Toy: http://amzn.to/1JNJRBj United Pet Group Salt Wheel Pet Treat: http://amzn.to/1KrY913 Lixit Assorted Critter Brites Deluxe Water Bottle: http://amzn.to/1EBD5mv Watch more Pet Rabbit Guide videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/168537-How-to-Make-Rabbit-Toys There's nothing a rabbit likes more than toys they can climb inside, shred, and drag around. With a good pair of scissors, you can make a steady supply of bunny-pleasers that won't cost you a thing. Step 1: Make rag dolls Cut off the legs of the jeans with the scissors. Discard the top part of the jeans, and tie a knot in each leg. Presto: two machine-washable rabbit 'rag dolls.' Tip Clean old T-shirts or rags can also be made into rabbit toys. Step 2: Make towel toys Give your rabbit towels to sit on, drag around, and play tug-of-war with. Tip Make sure to wash all bunny towels regularly. Rabbits may use them instead of a litter box. Step 3: Make cardboard castles Use heavy-duty scissors or a sturdy knife to cut rabbit-sized doors in a few boxes and turn them into playhouses. biting the doors into new shapes. Tip Always cut two doors in a cardboard box. Rabbits prefer to play in boxes that they know they’ll be able to get out of easily. Step 4: Offer boxes or containers Give your bunny empty cereal boxes and cardboard oatmeal containers to shred, drag, and sit on. Stick a handful of timothy hay inside to make the toy especially enticing. Tip Cut a slit up the side of an oatmeal container so there’s no chance your rabbit can get their head stuck inside. Step 5: Use old phonebooks and paperbacks Since they don’t contain staples, old phonebooks and paperbacks are fun and safe for bunnies to tear up. Did You Know? President Abraham Lincoln let his sons keep rabbits in the White House.
Views: 54689 Howcast
DIY CARDBOARD Acoustic Guitar
 
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So this summer, I felt like making a challenge. I remember seeing a video here on YouTube where a guy builds an acoustic guitar 100% from popsicle sticks. I thought that was pretty neat, and began thinking about building a guitar out of cardboard. This cardboard guitar surprisingly sounds like an acoustic. The cardboard actually resonates and gives volume. I was expecting it to sound a bit dull, but it actually gives some warm yet bright sound. Music: When We're Alone by Austin Nix I have full permission to use this track. Check him out at: http://www.facebook.com/?ref=logo#!/group.php?gid=114634938579655&ref=ts http://www.myspace.com/austinnixmusica
Views: 67645 DUY1337GUITAR
Buy Bulk Gift Cards - Save Money
 
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Save money on your major purchases by buying gift cards at wholesale prices at http://www.giftcardrescue.com
Views: 1191 GiftCardRescue
recycle cardboard at caraustar doraville ga
 
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a slow day at work two small jobs and recycle cardboard
Views: 5207 Brent Richards
How to Eat Crawfish
 
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Watch more Fish Recipes videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/271460-How-to-Eat-Crawfish Whether you're hosting a backyard crawfish boil or attending your first one, it's important to know the right way to eat a mudbug. Warning Never eat crawfish that have not been properly cleaned and cooked. Avoid crawfish that are mushy, mealy, or have an unpleasant odor. Step 1: Set up Cover a table with two layers of newspaper. Set out plates or trays, paper towel rolls or napkins, and place cardboard boxes or trays along the table for discarded shells. Step 2: Serve the food Pour a large pile of freshly cooked and spiced crawfish onto each plate. Serve cooked potatoes, onions, and corn with the crawfish. Step 3: Prepare to eat Sit down with your beverage close by, get a napkin and a bib, if you want, and grab a crawfish from the pile. Step 4: Remove the tail Hold the head of the crawfish firmly in your left hand. Grab the tail near its base, gently twist and tug to remove the tail, and set the head aside on your plate. Tip If you remove the tail with just the right amount of torque, a section of meat from the body cavity will come out with it. Step 5: Eat the tail meat Pinch each segment of the shell along the top of the tail to make a crack along its length. Stick your thumb tip in the crack to pry apart the shell, remove the tail meat, and pop it in your mouth. Step 6: Suck the head Pick up the head and suck out the juice. Step 7: Toss the shell Put the remaining parts of the crawfish in the cardboard box. Step 8: Clean up Dump the waste, and wash your hands with soap and water to remove the smell and spices, which can burn your skin if they stay on too long Did You Know? Did you know? Louisiana is the leading crawfish-producing state with 125,000 acres in crawfish farming.
Views: 478244 Howcast
ARC Crafts Pick 'n Mix
 
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ARC Crafts- Visit us at www.arccrafts.com to purchase a box of Pick 'n Mix paper. We have over 180 different color papers in 12x12 or 8.5x11 to offer you. Our sales associate will fill your box with an array of cardstock, textured, vellum, and text sheets. On average, you will get anywhere between 100-115 sheets of paper
Views: 465 Arccrafts
marion smith birdhouse challenge.wmv
 
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These are so fun to make!! The birdhouse template is available to purchase @ www.marionsmithdesigns.com
Views: 5170 Christina Betts
Box Made From Movers & Shapers
 
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Use Stampin' Up!'s Movers & Shapers Die to create a box. More details here: http://dostamping.typepad.com/dostamping_with_dawn/2010/02/dawns-valentine-box-made-with-stampinup-big-shot-movers-shapers-die.html To purchase Stampin' Up! products: http://www.stampinup.com/ECWeb/default.aspx?dbwsdemoid=61500
Views: 3215 DOstamping
How to Make a Maze for Your Gerbil or Hamster
 
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Cool Top Rated Products for any Small Pet Owner: Super Pet CritterTrail Extreme Challenge Habitat: http://amzn.to/1LLtA3C WARE Small Willow Barbell Chew Toy: http://amzn.to/1JNJRBj United Pet Group Salt Wheel Pet Treat: http://amzn.to/1KrY913 Lixit Assorted Critter Brites Deluxe Water Bottle: http://amzn.to/1EBD5mv Watch more How to Care for Small Pets videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/411166-How-to-Make-a-Maze-for-Your-Gerbil-or-Hamster Looking for a pet project? Help your gerbil or hamster stop spinning their wheels and make them their very own maze. Step 1: Build the base Lay out a flat piece of cardboard to use as the maze's floor; choose a piece as large as the labyrinth you want to make. Tip To increase the maze area, attach 2 pieces of cardboard together with duct tape. Step 2: Create walls Cut 6-inch high strips from flat cardboard the same length and width as the maze floor. Glue the strips around the perimeter to create the structure's walls. Step 3: Design the maze Draw a design for the labyrinth on the maze floor. Include divergent paths and dead ends to challenge your gerbil or hamster. Step 4: Build the maze Cut additional 6-inch high cardboard strips and glue them over your design. Make sure all of the pieces are attached sturdily so your pet can run through the labyrinth without knocking them over. Tip Decorate your maze with construction paper, stickers, or markers to give the project a personal touch. Step 5: Create holding pens Cut 6-inch high cardboard strips sized to use as barriers that fit tightly in the path at the beginning and end of the maze; push them down into the path to create separate Start and Finish pens. Step 6: Add your pet Place your gerbil or hamster in the Start pen and a few pieces of non-sugary cereal in the Finish pen. Then, lift up both barriers and watch your furry friend find their way. Did You Know? According to a 2009 survey, 62 percent of households in the United States own a pet.
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How To Make Cotton Candy (without a machine) with yoyomax12
 
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This was an interesting experiment to try, but I will buy my cotton candy from now on :) The clean up was just too time consuming. Due to the unbelievably large number of idiotic, stupid and hateful comments, I have disabled the comment section. I don't know if this recipe will work without the corn syrup, never tried it. Remember you are working with REALLY hot sugar so be sure to have a bowl of cold water ready in case you get any of it on your skin. You can get severe burns if you spill the hot sugar on your skin. THIS IS FOR A FULL RECIPE --- THE VIDEO SHOWS HALF A RECIPE **the half recipe makes LOTS*** This recipe is taken from the Food Network website. Ingredients 5 cups granulated sugar 1 1/3 cups light corn syrup 1 cup plus 2 tbsp. water Flavoring (vanilla extract or other like peppermint extract) Food color paste (or liquid) Vegetable baking spray Directions To make this recipe at home, you will need a pair of wire cutters and an old inexpensive whisk. Cut the round ends off an inexpensive whisk. Arrange the tines so they are evenly spaced. You will also need an open space to make the cotton candy. At home, slit open a garbage bag and cover the floor area or use newspaper. Wedge 2 long wooden spoons under something heavy so they extend off the edge of the counter. Place the sugar, corn syrup, and water in a 2-quart heavy-bottomed saucepan over medium-high heat. Insert a candy thermometer and cook the sugar mixture until it reaches 320 degrees F, what is known as the hard crack stage (the sugar becomes brittle when it comes in contact with a cooler surface). Remove from the heat and carefully pour into a medium-size microwaveable glass bowl. If you leave the sugar in the pan, the sugar will continue to cook and turn dark brown. A glass bowl will hold the temperature of the sugar. I put a towel under the bowl to keep the bowl from tipping over and to protect my hands from the heat of the glass. (The sugar will stay liquid enough to work with easily for about 10 minutes; after that it will start to thicken. If this happens before you are finished, just pop the bowl in the microwave for 3 to 5 minutes, or until the sugar is liquid enough to work with once again.) If you are going to color and/or flavor the sugar, add those drops now. Dip the tines into the hot sugar. Allow the sugar to drain off for 1 to 2 seconds until the draining sugar strands are relatively the same consistency. Then wave the whisk over the extended wooden spoons and allow the sugar strands to gently drift until they are resting on top of the spoons. Make sure you are about 12 to 18 inches above the spoons. Use broad long strokes and work quickly. Gather the cotton candy and roll onto paper that you've rolled into a long, thin cone, like cotton candy is served in at the carnival or serve as is. If you need to store the cotton candy for a few hours, place it in an airtight container. The delicate sugar will melt in a humid environment. Clean up: Using a heat proof spatula and oven mitts scrape the liquid sugar out of the bowl into a cardboard box or container you are planning on throwing out (if the container is plastic, make sure it is THICK). The sugar will melt right through plastic bags so don't pour it directly into a garbage can. After you are done place all utensils and pot/bowls in hot water for a couple of hours or under warm running water to dissolve the sugar. Music by: Jason Shaw http://www.youtube.com/user/audionautix
How to Make a 1996 Replica Duel Disk - Part 2
 
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Because I'm rather forgetful, a pretty bad procrastinator, and I didn't really feel like spending $30, I didn't get around to actually buying a 1996 Yu-Gi-Oh Duel Disk. SO, I decided I would try my hand at making one. This is intended for a costume, not for actual use so I wasn't really worried about functionality so much as making it look like the real thing. NOTE: The reason I used photo paper instead of silver metallic markers or spray paint is because I didn't have any. I used what I had! Materials: -Cardboard Box -Glossy Photo Paper -Regular Printer Paper -Scissors -Pencil -Tape (I used double-sided for most of the project, but you can easily just use regular scotch tape rolled up.) -Plastic Cover -Unsharpened Pencil -Masking Tape -Packing Tape Click here to watch Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4SAyh5Tit-g
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Ragdoll Cats Playing in a Box ラグドール Floppycats
 
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Buy the AlphaPooch™ Siesta Cat Bowl online: http://amzn.to/H6Nt6f AlphaPooch™ Siesta Cat Bowl -- Floppycats.com Review http://www.floppycats.com/alphapooch%E2%84%A2-siesta-cat-bowl-%E2%80%93-floppycats-com-review.html This is Charlie and Trigg opening up the Siesta Cat Bowl from Alpha Pooch pet products - http://www.alpha-pooch.com/ - we will be featuring this product on Floppycats.com under this category link - http://www.floppycats.com/category/product-of-the-week Trigg and Charlie are Ragdoll cats that are 1 year old - you can learn more about them by visiting their webpages: http://www.floppycats.com/charlie.html and http://www.floppycats.com/trigg.html Do you have a Ragdoll Cat? Submit your Ragdoll cat for Ragdoll of the Week on Floppycats.com, here are the guidelines: http://www.floppycats.com/ragdoll-of-the-week.html Thinking of adopting a Ragdoll cat? Check out our book A Ragdoll Kitten Care Guide: Bringing Your Ragdoll Kitten Home: http://www.floppycats.com/a-ragdoll-kitten-care-guide-bringing-your-ragdoll-kitten-home or watch our video on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z9j9fo-CV2c . Floppycats.com - Uniting Ragdoll Cat Lovers Worldwide #cat #cats #ragdollcat #ragdoll #floppycats
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waterproof boxes
 
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got these at walmart...small size $6.88 large size was $8.88 i have not tested them to see if they are waterproof but they do have a rubber ring and seem to clamp shut tightly. even if they leak they are a cheap crush proof box for fragile stuff you want to transport. nice for cameras, optics, gps etc.
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How to Make an Ant Farm
 
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Watch more How to Do Fun Tech & Science Projects videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/222184-How-to-Make-an-Ant-Farm Why buy an ant farm? It's simple and fun to make one from a few items you have lying around the house. Warning Do not put fire ants in an ant farm! Step 1: Prepare your containers Cut the mouths and necks off both bottles. Wrap the outside of the smaller bottle in black construction paper, and secure the paper in place with tape. Put Blu-Tack on the bottom of the wrapped bottle, and place it in the middle of the larger one. Step 2: Add the dirt or sand Pour the dirt or sand through the funnel into the space between the containers. Stop about a half inch before you reach the top of the 1-liter bottle. Tip To make your ants more visible, use dark soil for light-colored ants and sand for black ants. Step 3: Choose your ants Decide what type of ants to keep. The best source is your own backyard. If you can’t find suitable ants, order some from a mail-order supplier. Step 4: Capture the ants Put on the gloves and use a shovel to transfer part of an anthill to a jar, or place the jar near the anthill with a bit of fruit inside. Capture 50 to 80 ants, and try to capture a queen; without one, your farm will only last a couple of months. The queen is larger and longer than the other ants, and will be surrounded by many other ants. Tip Wear gloves: Ants will bite to protect their queen. Step 5: Add the ants Pour the ants from the jar into the soil in the 2-liter bottle, and quickly cover the top with a paper towel or old nylons. Secure the lid with rubber bands. Poke air holes in the larger container's cover with a pin or needle, making sure they are too small for the ants to crawl through. Step 6: Wrap it up When you're not looking at the ants, cover the outside of the farm with another piece of black construction paper, secured with tape, to simulate an underground environment. Don’t keep the farm in direct sunlight. Tip Move the ant farm as little as possible, or else the tunnels the ants will begin to build could collapse. Step 7: Care for your ants Once a day, soak a cotton ball in water, take the cover off, place the cotton on top of the dirt, and cover the farm back up, allowing the ants to get drinking water. Feed ants small pieces of fruit and breadcrumbs dipped in sugar water or honey. A teaspoon of food is enough for 20 to 40 ants every two or three days. Did You Know? The queen of one African ant species enslaves another species' colony by tricking them into capturing her.
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Bengali Fusku tuunaa laatikkoa
 
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My bengal cat fixing a cardboard box
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How to Make a 1996 Replica Duel Disk - Part 1
 
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Because I'm rather forgetful, a pretty bad procrastinator, and I didn't really feel like spending $30, I didn't get around to actually buying a 1996 Yu-Gi-Oh Duel Disk. SO, I decided I would try my hand at making one. This is intended for a costume, not for actual use so I wasn't really worried about functionality so much as making it look like the real thing. NOTE: The reason I used photo paper instead of silver metallic markers or spray paint is because I didn't have any. I used what I had! Materials: -Cardboard Box -Glossy Photo Paper -Regular Printer Paper -Scissors -Pencil -Tape (I used double-sided for most of the project, but you can easily just use regular scotch tape rolled up.) -Plastic Cover -Unsharpened Pencil -Masking Tape -Packing Tape Click here to watch Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-TbURt68SJo
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