Witness the Astonishing Versatility of a Pet Bottle as a Life-Hack for Building Materials!!!

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What do you do with a PET bottle after drinking the contents? Most people throw them out and deposit them in trash cans so that they can be recycled. However, there is an amazing life-hack that allows a PET bottle to used to replace glue or tape for building materials! This has become a big topic of discussion with online viewers from all over the world!

A PET bottle and a hair dryer!

All you need is a PET bottle and a hair dryer!

We don’t use the bottom or the top of the PET bottle so cut those out with pair of scissors.

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The middle part of the PET bottle will be used in the this life-hack as shown in the image above.

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After that, use the PET bottle at the joint of the piece of furniture and heat up the plastic with a hair dryer.

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The plastic starts to gradually shrinks and becomes sticky. The plastic later hardens and becomes an adhesive bond just like glue!

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As you can see, different shapes and materials can be connected together!

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Here is another PET bottle bond that creates a super-strong connection between different types of materials.

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The plastic bond is able to withstand attempts to be broken!

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There are many potential applications with this ingenuous life-hack.

A do-it-yourself (DIY) with a PET bottle and a hair dryer!

Using PET bottles and a hair dryer, the ability to mold the shape of the plastic and use it as a bond for wooden chairs and tables as shown below!

Here is an example of inserting notches so that the PET bottles can be used instead of metal screws or glue.

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The shape is easily transformed using a hair dryer.

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The strength and stability of this small table is clearly shown here.

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What did you think?

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