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Hacks related to the usage and control of water (Liquid water, solid ice, and gas steam).

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Soak the tea bag first by running it under cold water from the faucet. Once it's thoroughly waterlogged, it will be heavier than the water it displaces, thus sinking. …
answered Mar 3 '15 by Mooseman
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near (but not dangerously close to) the pipe Running the water down the line will help the process go more quickly. (Running water is not frozen water, and therefore is warmer than what you're trying … to melt. As the running water passes the ice, it lends some heat energy to the ice, helping to melt it from the inside). But be aware that there is always a chance the pipe may explode. Also be sure you know where the water turns off up the line, just in case. …
answered Dec 12 '14 by Mooseman
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Don't let it touch your mouth while drinking. Wash it with vinegar to help further remove the smell from bacteria. This will also, to an extent, help prevent bacteria from building up again as quickl …
answered Jan 26 '15 by Mooseman
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A temporary fix is to use the shut-off valve under the sink. A permanent fix would require taking the faucet apart. Sometimes cleaning pieces -- especially the washers -- will help the parts seal aga …
answered Mar 8 '15 by Mooseman
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Submerge the bottle in a bucket of ice water [1]Fill a bucket with ice water and add a pinch of salt, which helps the water absorb the heat energy from the can or bottle. Wrap your bottle in a wet …
answered Dec 22 '14 by Mooseman
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I stepped in a deep puddle and now both of my sneakers are thoroughly wet. I've tried opening them up to let them air dry, but this takes far too long. I'm also afraid to put them into the clothes dry …
asked Dec 10 '14 by Mooseman