Maximize Space Under Your Sink! REVIEW: 2 Tier Under Sink Organizer!

I wanted to maximize my under cabinet space in my kitchen and bathroom so I got a 2 – Tier Under Sink Organizer with sliding bottom ( https://amzn.to/3E3Ln9w ). It was a great solution to use all the space next to the sink basin. For the sprayer bottles of cleaner this fit very well.

This one has a sliding bottom tray so the top level must have some weight so the entire organizer doesn’t tilt forward. It does have rubber feet to grip but a counter weight will keep it from tilting forward. The organizer also has side pockets, hooks, and clips for adding additional stuff, but all i needed was the 2 shelf rack with bottom slide out tray. The top level has holes for drainage, not sure why but i assume its for wet items? I would have preferred if it didnt incase a bottle of liquid leaked.

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Overall the 2 – Tier Under Sink Organizer with sliding bottom ( https://amzn.to/3E3Ln9w ) doubles my foot print for the storage and is a worth it for more maximizing storage in small tall locations like in the bath or kitchen cabinets.

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How To: Solar Powered Work Shed!

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So I wanted to setup a my backyard shed with a solar power to run drills, saws, recharge my power tools, and boil water and cook ramen. I got a 100 watt solar panel ( https://amzn.to/3qBW1fU ) , 2000watt Inverter ( https://amzn.to/3QJLTMO ), 12v solar charge controller ( https://amzn.to/3S2bkKo ) , 12v 60amp battery ( https://amzn.to/3eKI3p7 ) , 12volt battery terminal brass ( https://amzn.to/3DrSmZN ) , electric pot ( https://amzn.to/3djc5Qz ) , solar power cable ( https://amzn.to/3qKDk9C ), and Cup of noodle Ramen ( https://amzn.to/3xq1euU ) … so I will mount it later this is more of a test the concept.

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I only use a 100 watt solar power panel, connected to a 12v charge controller to a 12v 60 amp hour battery and connected to a 2000 watt inverter. I needed a 2000 watt inverter to power my power tools and 600w electric pot to cook ramen.
Overall its a good test and the solar power system for my shed will be great!

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HOW TO: Remove Old Car Window Tint With STEAM! Conair Turbo Extreme Steam Hand Held Steamer

So 2017 Chevy Volt aftermarket car window tint film was failing and started to bubble. I was not able see to through it and needed to re tint it. The tint shop I went to closed down. Tint shops wanted about $150 to remove it and $100 for a new tint. So i decided to DIY this and save money.

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So the steam process of removing tint is simple and will take about 1 hour or so for me to do. I done this before with my other cars year ago. Typically car tint lasts about 5 years before it starts bubbling in the rear window.

I used my old Conair Extreme Turbo Hand Held Steamer ( https://amzn.to/2TWJO8L ) as a steamer to melt the adhesive and safety remove the tint from my rear window with defroster lines. I bought Conair Turbo Extreme 2 IN 1 Steamer and Iron ( https://amzn.to/3GotO1X ) , however I didnt want to dirty it with adhesive for my clothing. Secondly, the Conair Extreme Turbo Hand Held Steamer ( https://amzn.to/2TWJO8L ) was easier to handle, was more focused steam area for better control, and steamed very fast. I also used some microfiber towels ( https://amzn.to/3RBGaKa ) to absorb the adhesive on the final cleaning.

Basic Steps:
Work one corner of the tint use the steam to heat the adhesive. I kept the steam 1-2 cm from the window.
In a few seconds the tint will release from the glue.
I pulled one corner and continued to heat and slowly pull the tint away from the glass and defroster lines. You want the steam to release the adhesive, dont force it.
After all the tint is removed. There may be adhesive on the glass.
Wrap the microfiber towel over the hand held steamer and use it to melt and absorb the adhesive.
I had to run to passes to get all the adhesive off.

Overall it took about 1 hour to remove the tint and adhesive. Next time it would probably take 30 mins as I was being very careful.

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