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Prevent superglue from drying with rice [Lifehack]
posted February 11 2015 22:04.24 by Giorgos Lazaridis

It's this moment when you want a drip of superglue and you open the cabinet only to find out that the glue has gone dry... What happened? It was sealed...

Well, super glue cures when it comes in contact with moisture. And moisture is everywhere. Engineer of None found a cheap and really simple way to make a moisture-free (almost) environment for your super glue to live happily ever after. Rice is a natural desiccant. All you have to do is put some rice in a jar, put your super glue inside and cover it. That's all. Good idea.


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  • At 19 February 2015, 8:24:26 user Giorgos Lazaridis wrote:   [reply @ Giorgos Lazaridis]
    • @bot herder hehehehe.... The rice of the dead... :D sure it is rice

  • At 18 February 2015, 14:54:27 user bot herder wrote:   [reply @ bot herder]
    • RISE? u mean RICE?

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