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Dull knives are a drag. Not having a knife sharpener is an even bigger drag. This chemistry life hack is going to have you going straight MacGyver up on that lame point of yours. Check out Jeff Potter's book, Cooking for Geeks for more interesting kitchen hacks:

http://www.cookingforgeeks.com

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Have you ever felt suspicious about whether or not your oven is actually reaching the same temperature as the dial is set to? Well this chemistry life hack is for those you out there who yearn for the truth, but don't have a thermometer to do so. Check out Jeff Potter's book, Cooking for Geeks for more interesting kitchen hacks:

http://www.cookingforgeeks.com

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Wine drinkers rejoice, if you've got a bottle of wine on hand that's pumping out bad, sulfury smells, we've got a cheap chemistry life hack to help you save your wine and save your relaxing evening. 

Check out Jeff Potter's book, Cooking for Geeks for more interesting kitchen hacks:

http://www.cookingforgeeks.com

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Ever run out of your go-to cleaning product and you’ve got a mess that you just can’t leave alone? Have no fear, chemistry is here. Our latest Chemistry Life Hacks video explains how to make your own glass cleaner, keep red wine from staining your carpet and why spit, yes spit, can also be a great cleaning product.

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There’s probably a box of it in your fridge or cupboard, and it has a million uses: baking soda. Reactions is back with volume four of its popular Chemistry Life Hacks series, with tips on how to de-skunk your dog, clean your kitchen and supercharge your washing machine. Check out the latest in the series that’s one-part MacGyver, one-part Mendeleev.

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With temperatures falling along with snow, we’re smack in the middle of winter. While you wait out the winter months, we’ve got advice on keeping your windshield fog-free, getting unstuck from the snow and even how to make your own hand warmer. It’s all in the latest installment of our Chemistry Life Hacks series.

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Chemistry Life Hacks is back with new tips that can change your life, or at least the temperature of your beer. In this episode, you'll learn how to cool your brews quickly before the big game starts, get fruit flies out of your kitchen for good, how to cook the perfect patty on the grill and get a remedy for the dreaded "stinky sponge syndrome."

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This volume is packed full of new chemistry-fueled solutions for everyday problems, like spotting rotten eggs, reviving soggy green vegetables and fixing busted buttons.

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Here you can find out how to make your coffee less bitter, how to ripen bananas quickly,  how to save cookies once they've become stale and how to cut grease that's been caked onto your frying pan.
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