We’re testing and debunking Viral Hacks – Which ones are fake and which ones are real?
We all go on Tik Tok and watch those mind-blowing tricks, but we always wonder whether they work or not. Well, in this video, we decided to put them to the test so that you don’t have to.
For example, the trick where you escape handcuffs with a wet sock works.
But the one with removing slime from a fluffy carpet doesn’t work.
One science experiment we really wanted to test was the Mentos VS. Coke. So, we took a large fish tank and poured Mentos inside. Then, we added the Coke and saw whether it works or not.
Watch the entire video to see how to break cable ties with your shoelaces and a fun trick where you walk without moving forward.
2:15 – Can you curl your hair with toilet paper?
3:12 – Bloopers
4:09 – Can you use a hair straightener to make popcorn?
5:51 – Can you make blue water with paint and glue?
7:08 – Does cornstarch remove iron stains?
8:16 – Can you unclog the sink with soda and vinegar?
11:06 – Does shaving foam remove food stains from the carpet?
13:43 – Do rocks break in the microwave?
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