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GTV- How To Make a Miracle Safe

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Need to hide something where no-one will ever find it? Put the odds in your favor with a simple jar of salad video was sponsored by Casper. Sponsored Promo Code: THEKINGOFRANDOM for $50 off a premium mattress: quick links to a few of the materials I used:[] Ivory Spray Paint: [] Miracle whip: : The contest is now closed. The secret passcode was “miracle” and the winner was Emerson Ballon from Rizal, Philippines. The Miracle Safe is on it’s way! Thanks to everyone who participated, and continues to support my projects!!Endcard Links:Kool-Eggs: Cap Container: Soil: Popcorn: What Else Im Up To:Instagram::: Inquiries: For sponsorship requests or business opportunities please contact me directly: Disclaimer: This video was sponsored by Casper. (#ad)WARNING: This video is only for entertainment purposes. If you rely on the information portrayed in this video, you assume the responsibility for the results. Have fun, but always think ahead, and remember that every project you try is at YOUR OWN By: Scott & Brendo Somewhere Inspired By: An item I saw for sale on eBay: History & More Info:Apparently, the average burglar spends around 8-12 minutes rooting through your personal items looking for anything of value. (According to the Chicago Crime Commission.) So I thought it would be fun to make a project turning an old jar of salad dressing, into an inconspicuous secret safe thats completely hidden in plain sight. While I was surfing around on eBay, I came across a Household Diversion Safe () that looked like a Mayo jar, and wondered if I could make something similar as a simple project?Rather than using Mayo though, I ended up using a Miracle Whip container, and experimented with different prototypes. I first tried using White-Out to paint the inside the jar, and while it worked pretty well, it was expensive and didn’t look 100% convincing, because the salad dressing is a slightly off-white went to the hardware store and got an almond colored spray paint, and after I applied it to a new jar, I found it was a near perfect match! You have to spray the paint on one thin layer at a time or else it will run. And it will probably take around 5-6 layers to get a good thick coating, so to save some time I tried using a hairdryer to blow each coating medium heat, the paint dries in about 45 -60 seconds, so I was able to apply 5 coatings in under 5 minutes. One word of caution though! Be careful with the high settings on the hair dryer, and be careful with how long you blow it, because the plastic jar will soften and the bottom will begin to warp. That will defeat the whole purpose! :)To get the false bottom effect, I went back to the grocery store with the jar, and played around with different containers to find one that might fit. Amazingly, I found that the cheapest cans of cat food were a perfect match, and the rim on the top prevents them from falling into the jar. The ones I got were only $ jar is a bit top heavy, so by adding some weight, or lining the edges with something like plaster of paris, you could mimic the weight of a real jar of salad dressing. And if you tried painting the cat food jar white, or found another container made of clear plastic that would fit, it may be even more best results, try placing your container near the back of the fridge, mixed in with all the other condiments. This way it will be out of sight and out of mind, making it extremely unlikely that anyone will ever suspect it, or be willing to make the effort to pull out and ‘s no end to where you could take this idea. Ketchup bottles, mustard containers, or any other condiments. Preferably the ones that people aren’t ever going to open, but won’t get thrown away thanks to for sponsoring another one of my videos. You can learn more about how to get a premium luxury mattress, for a fraction of the retail price here:

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