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"This video shows a prototype for automated foamed concrete production that allows for the application of ultra-lightweight, heat-insulating foamed concrete onto bare walls. The application benefits from inflammability and sustainability and facilitates processes of refurbishment by using robots. Further research focus on application without wall-supports to enable individual design possibilities." This is part of the Open Educational Resources Initiative by the Faculty of Civil Engineering of the RWTH Aachen University. For further information visit: 🤍fb3.rwth-aachen.de This video and intro are licensed under Creative Commons 4.0 International BY the Faculty of Civil Engineering RWTH Aachen University. For further information visit: 🤍creativecommons.org "Global OER Logo“ CC BY 3.0 Jonathas Mello . Music: "Slow Shock" Public Domain by Silent Partner.
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If you are making foamed concrete / aircrete on a small scale or for trial purposes you can use this method if you do not have a foam generator. Using a foam generator is easier and gives better results. For more information about making foamed concrete and to purchase commercial quantities of foaming agent please contact us via our website: 🤍 Small quantities of EABASSOC Foaming Agent can be purchased on eBay: 🤍 We have diluted 15 ml of EABASSOC Concrete Foaming Agent in 0.5 litres of water. This was put in the bottom of the drum. Using the power drill with the paint mixer attachment we have whisked up the diluted foaming agent into 8 - 10 litres of foam. The bucket is tilted so that the diluted foaming agent pools in one place and can be more easily whisked into foam. Find out more about EABASSOC Foaming Agent on our website: 🤍 The foam can then be added to a cement mortar slurry to make foamed concrete / aircrete. Foamed concrete can be used for a range of applications including roof insulation, void filling, blocks and panels, bridge strengthing, road sub-bases, land reclamation and more. Find out more about applications of foamed concrete here: 🤍 By using a suitable mix design, foamed concrete can be made with in range of densities from 400 - 1600 kg/m3 and compressive strengths from 1 - 15 MPa. Find out more about foamed concrete here: 🤍 See also our video about the EABASSOC Junior Foam Generator: 🤍
🔻DIY Spray Foam Insulation ~ Is it a Good Idea?🔻 🤍 Roger explains the pros and cons of having spray foam insulation in your house. Spray foam insulation explained by the Which? Team. Also called spray polyurethane foam (SPF), it is an alternative to traditional building insulation. It's versatile and can be used to insulate your roof, loft, walls and floor, helping to retain warmth and reduce energy costs. PROS AND CONS Spray foam insulation offers a number of benefits, such as: ✔ It can be applied in difficult-to-reach areas. ✔ In some cases, it can provide additional soundproofing. However, there are also some significant drawbacks to consider, such as: ✖ It’s more expensive than other types of insulation. ✖ It needs to be installed by a professional. ✖ It can be difficult to remove once it's been installed. ✖ Potentially reduces ventilation within the roof space, causing humidity and dampness; placing roof timbers at risk of decay. ✖ Harmful fumes are given off during installation. ✖ It shouldn't be used in listed buildings or houses with thatched roofs. ✖ It’s often ugly, messy and can’t be decorated over. ✖ It can affect the value of your property. ✖ It may prevent buyers from getting a mortgage. We'd strongly advise getting specialist advice from an expert or two in this area and proceeding with caution. What is spray foam insulation? Spray foam insulation is a liquid foam that is sprayed into position and sets into an insulating layer. It can be used to insulate your roof, loft, walls, floors and more. It has been in use for more than 30 years and is now becoming increasingly popular as it’s an effective insulator and can also stop air leakage. There are two types of spray foam insulation to choose from. Closed-cell spray foam Open-cell spray foam. If spray foam insulation is right for your home and budget, the type you choose will depend on what you want it to do. If you’re looking to insulate your loft, the Which dedicated guide explains the different types of loft insulation. 🔗 🤍 - Which? #SPF #FoamInsulation #RoofInsulation 🔗 Skill Builder Link Tree: 🤍 👍 Tell us what you like: 🤍 📪 Ask Skill Builder: 🤍 📣 Facebook: 🤍 📷 Instagram: 🤍 🛒 As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases 🎬 All videos: 🤍 💧 We Support Charity Water: 🤍 ◾ Out of respect to our channel sponsors and the wide variety of people who watch our videos, we'll remove comments that do not follow common standards of politeness and decency.
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Foamed milk flows like cream and it shines. You can make it without a costly #espresso machine. Learn to get genuine microfoam, even with a non-dairy alternative like almond milk. Is the #latte_art potential and higher temperature we get from steam worth spending thousands of dollars more? #Café style milk drinks are indeed possible on a shoestring budget. = Help the channel via PayPal: 🤍 Test Notes: All samples 125 ml; heated to 60° C / 140° F; and dashed for 30 secs. Dairy: Half and half, 12% fat: Light, airy froth. Useless. Milk, 3.5% fat: Genuine microfoam, tastes fine, good mouthfeel, too dry for making designs. Milk, 3.5% fat, with 1 tsp added milk powder: Too dry / meringuey and poor flavor. Milk, 2% fat: Foam too coarse. Milk, 2% fat, with 1 tsp milk powder: Coarse foam and poor flavor. Milk, 1% fat: Unusable, virtually no foam. Milk, 1% with extra protein and plant gum (commercial): Coarse, dry foam, bland flavor. Milk, 0% fat: Unusable, no foam. Milk, 0% fat, powdered and reconstituted: Unusable and poor flavor. Non-Dairy: Nutty Bruce almond milk, with rice: Works well with mild flavor. Can tolerate more heat than dairy milk. The rice appears to give it better foam. Too dry for making designs. Alpro almond milk, plain: Giant bubbles and stale, cardboard flavor. Vile. Real almond milk, homemade: Not as foamy as Nutty Bruce; the strong almond flavor is often good, but not welcome in coffee. Oatley oat milk, plain: Coarse foam and dull, papery flavors. Oatley oat milk, "barista edition" containing seed oil: Some coarse foam and some microfoam. Better flavor than the plain. Almost works, but not quite. Real oat milk, homemade: Total fail; no foam at all. Alpro soy milk, containing plant gum: Mostly microfoam with some visible bubbles. Stiff and dry, like meringue; all of it would float. Dull, papery flavor. = Additional footage courtesy of: Kelly Lacy - 🤍 Cottonbro - 🤍 Pressmaster: 🤍 Ron Lach: 🤍 Pixbay: 🤍 Tim Douglas: 🤍 Cristian Rojas: 🤍 Martina Tomšič: 🤍 Tima Miroshnichenko: 🤍 Pavel Danilyuk: 🤍 Cirmula: 🤍 Sergei Starostin: 🤍 Jake Heinemann: 🤍 Additional stills courtesy of: Chevanon Photography: 🤍 Music courtesy of: Kalimba Relaxation Music by Kevin MacLeod Link: 🤍 License: 🤍 Acid Trumpet by Kevin MacLeod Link: 🤍 License: 🤍
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It was a sudsy day at the beach for swimmers in Argentina. A huge ocean-front stretch of the resort at Mar del Plata was covered in sea foam. Also known as spume, sea foam is a natural phenomenon that happens when organic matter, like seaweed and algae, is tossed by wind and waves. It creates a whipped-cream like substance. Important to note, it’s not toxic. The foam reportedly smelled a little fishy, but no one seemed to mind. #InsideEdition
NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center recently upgraded the foam fire suppression system for our aircraft support hangar. The safety system uses high expansion foam, which contains less water and chemicals making it more environmentally friendly. The foam is used to help control damage in the event of a fire and prevent the loss of any aircraft. This 2-minute, 15-second video shows the new system being tested in the empty hangar to ensure that the consistency of the foam is correct and that it disperses quickly and evenly enough to suffocate a fire.
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This video discusses the important need for accurate predictions of foamed slurries that directly translates to a successful foamed cement job. Due to the cumbersome calculations, computer software like CEMPRO has proven to be an effective way to improve the quality and success rate of primary cementing. For more information, please visit our website at 🤍
The iFOAM Laboratory Asphalt Apparatus is designed to be professional equipment as a true representation of "Asphalt Foaming", a professional-grade equipment for indoor study of foamed asphalt. Foamed asphalt is a relatively new process by which moisture is injected into hot paving-grade asphalt binder, giving the asphalt a low-viscosity, foam-like consistency suitable for coating aggregates at lower temperatures. Foamed asphalt has several potential benefits, including reduced energy requirements due to lower production temperatures and as a method to mix asphalt with cold and damp aggregates for applications in partial and full depth recycling projects. If you are interested in, please contact cheerjazz_1🤍hotmail.com
Start listening with a 30-day Audible trial. Get 1 audiobook and full access to the Plus Catalog absolutely free. Visit 🤍 or text cnckitchen to 500 500. My recommendation: Thunder Below! by Eugene B. Fluckey VarioShore TPU contains a blowing agent that will foam up this 3D printing material during printing. This leads to a lower density of the material and also a significant increase in softness. Let's find out how well this material really performs and how it's hardness compares to other 3D printing materials. Website article: 🤍 💚 Support me 💚 Patreon: 🤍 Join as a YouTube member! Original CNC Kitchen Threaded Inserts: 🤍 Merch: 🤍 Buy an Original Prusa i3 printer: 🤍 PayPal: 🤍 Shop at Matterhackers(US): 🤍 Shop at 3DJake(EU): 🤍 🎙Check out my PODCAST with Tom Sanladerer 🤍 🛒 Equipment used in this video: colorFabb varioShore TPU (Affliliate): 🤍 Mitutoyo Hardness Testers: 🤍 E3D Toolchanger: 🤍 OmniaDrop Extruder: 🤍 Original Prusa i3 Mk3S (Affiliate): 🤍 Further links: Eclipson Airplanes: 🤍 🖨 Printed models: 3D Benchy: 🤍 Lumpy Bumpy Vase: 🤍 Marvin: 🤍 ⚙ My gear (Affiliate Links): 🎥 CAMERAS & LENSES Panasonic GH5 - Professional 4k60 camera: 🤍 Panasonic GX80/GX85 - Great value system camera: 🤍 30mm f2.8 macro - Great Macro Lens (80% of my videos): 🤍 10-25mm f1.7 - Awesome Lens: 🤍 12-35mm f2.6 - Great Allround Lens: 🤍 14-140mm f3.5-5.6 - My go-to travel Lens: 🤍 25mm f1.4 - Nice prime for photography: 🤍 🎙AUDIO Rode Video Mic Pro - Shotgun mic: 🤍 Rode Film Maker Kit - Wireless mic: 🤍 Rode NT-USB - Studio Mic: 🤍 🔴 LIVE STREAMING Elgatoo Stream Deck: 🤍 Elgatoo HDMI USB Capture Card: 🤍 Logitech C920 - Overhead camera: 🤍 Follow me on Twitter: 🤍 Follow me on Instagram: 🤍 Chapters 00:00 Introduction 01:12 colorFabb varioShore TPU 03:00 Material tuning 04:39 Print quality 05:08 Hardness Testing 10:52 Varying Hardness with Infill 11:50 Summary 13:11 Water absorbtion 13:51 Promotion 15:31 Outro #3Dprinting #foamingFilament #science DISCLAIMER: This video was sponsored by Audible.
In Episode 1, we delve into the fascinating world of bitumen dispersion, comparing the techniques of foam and emulsion. Witness the magic of foamed bitumen as it transforms into a foam-like consistency, and explore the realm of bitumen emulsion, a stable mixture that uniformly "wets" aggregate surfaces, ensuring superior workability and ease of application.
The majority of spray foam using your house would have a fireproofing additive and would have trouble Catching Fire but in this example is if you have a type without the additive such as the great stuff. A vapor barrier is very important in a wall so just the rockwool batt insulation it's more commonly used for an attic floor not a wall. Fiberglass proved to be pretty safe in the test but if you're worried they make fiberglass with a aluminum radiant / vapor barrier. They do make fire retardant spray foam but it's usually for commercial application but I don't see why you couldn't pay that company to put it in your house but you're going to pay. They make fire retardant paint especially for spray foam which I personally can't see it working very well since the heat of the fire will cause the foam to melt behind it leading to the collapse of the paint exposing it to Fire and on the other hand it's most likely the firewood start behind the Paint as a slow smolder first in the wall
DAP Touch ‘n Foam Pro System 600 spray foam kit Article: 🤍 The DAP Touch ‘n Foam Pro System 600 is a 2-component polyurethane foam kit that covers approximately 600 board feet or 50 cubic feet and can effectively seals air leaks and insulate repairs, renovations, and new installations. The DAP Touch ‘n Foam Pro System 600 is a completely self-contained, 2-component foam system that is portable and disposable. Complete with color-coded hoses, ergonomic foam applicator, and all the necessary tools to get started. It is designed for larger insulating (up to 2 inch fills), sealing, patching and filling applications. The applicators dispense a quick, consistent flow of rapid curing (60 seconds) foam capable of insulating stud wall cavities, gaps, cracks, expansion joints, and other sources of air leakage. Closed Cell Spray Foam - Best Practice When insulating, we feel that the Best Practice is to use closed cell spray foam to fill the cavity and achieve the desired R-value. You can learn more on this method here. Best practice for basement insulation Fiberglass insulation while still popular is not considered best practice as an insulator. That is because it is NOT a good air barrier or vapor barrier, it performs poorly in very cold climates. In colder climates a poly layer of plastic is added over the insulation, but experience and research has shown that installers are not able to seal this plastic well enough to create a 100% vapor barrier. Spray Foam Still the Best Choice For Water Vapor Barrier Depending on where you live [Climate Zone] you may be able to get away with 1-inch of closed cell spray foam. We recommend 2-inches, as colder areas need more. The goal is to seal air leaks, and to prevent warm moist interior air from meeting color exterior framing surfaces which can produce condensation. By keeping the floor joist, rafter bay or wall stud bay above the dew point, condensation cannot form which will prevent mold growth and rot. Using the Touch 'n Foam Pro System 600 Closed cell spray foam insulation is the only product that acts as an insulator and an air seal. To ensure that you achieve both of these goals make sure to completely follow the directions of the Touch ‘n Foam Pro System 600 and do the following: Read and follow the instruction manual for proper setup, instructions for use, clean up, safety cautions, and storage. Wear proper protective clothing [PPE] including an organic vapor respirator with plenty of ventilation. Ensure proper operating temperatures for the system 600 kit. [chemical 70 to 90°, surfaces 60 to 90°, air temperature is 60 to 90° ] If you stop applying the spray foam for more than 30 seconds, replace the nozzle. To avoid this exercise the nozzle in a trashcan to keep from curing. Two nozzles are provided. The yellow fan nozzle is for a wide spray pattern and the clear nozzle is for a narrow spray pattern. The foam should be an off-white color and be cured to touch within 30 to 60 seconds. CAUTION: Spray foam should only be applied where it can freely rise perpendicular to the substrate. You should avoid using closed cell spray foam to fill restricted areas. Depending on the thickness of this cavity, excessive exothermal heat may cause form discoloration, smoldering or even fire. Do not use the spray foam against any material that reaches 250° or more, such as chimney pipes, steam pipes or heat vents. Install 100% coverage of foam to a 2-inch depth. [minimum] Above grade framing: ensure fill coverage in all framing bays. Any overspray can be trimmed down later with a hand saw. Basement walls: ensure foam seals and covers seams at subfloor, rim joist, sill plate down to the wall cavity. Seal all air gaps. Apply the initial layer of foam in a 1/2 inch wet layers. This initial layer can also help warm the substrate. Subsequent layers can be installed in 1 inch wet layers, the foam will produce a 2X to3X original expansion volume. For 1 inch layers, allow approximately 15 minutes to cure between next layer, to avoid overheating. Flash and Batt - Using DAP Touch ‘n Foam Pro System 600 Flash and Batt Insulation refers to using 2-inches of closed cell spray foam [R-14] to ensure that all air leaks and vapor paths are sealed. The closed cell insulation is then followed with fiberglass batts in the remaining space to add additional insulation and meet required R-Values. This method is an option to someone looking to save costs in closed cell spray foam while still improving the wall’s thermal and vapor permeability performance. Flash and batt is most often seen in DIY or remodeling applications. The DAP Touch ‘n Foam Professional system 600 Spray Foam Kit is a great solution for quick and easy spray foam application for repairs and renovations, and new installations.
Foam bitumen is a new material that adds water droplets to high-temperature bitumen, to form steam bubbles and cause a chain reaction, which can significantly improve the bonding performance. Foam bitumen has strong cohesiveness and stability, and the mixture can be stored for a long time and can be cold rolled.
4 Tips to Steam and Froth The Perfect milk for Latte Art This is the first thing you should learn when you start as a Barista. Put enough energy on learning how to steam and froth your milk will makes your Barista journey very easier ! Creating your coffee bar? Check my links for ideas : 🤍 Peace !
Is Spray foam good enough for high performance air sealing? Jordan takes a look at a few reasons why spray foam might not get you the air sealing performance you were hoping for. Huge thanks to our Show sponsors Polywall, Huber, Dorken Delta, Prosoco, Rockwool & Viewrail for helping to make these videos possible! These are all trusted companies that Matt has worked with for years and trusts their products in the homes he builds. We would highly encourage you to check out their websites for more info. 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
To learn more about this industry study, visit 🤍 This Freedonia industry study analyzes the $27.4 billion global foamed plastic insulation industry. It presents historical demand data (2011, 2016, and 2021) and forecasts (2026 and 2031) by product (EPS, XPS, PUR/PIR insulation board, SPF, other foamed plastics) and market (residential, nonresidential, industrial and plant equipment, HVAC equipment, appliances, transportation equipment, other markets). The study also evaluates company market share and competitive analysis on industry competitors including BASF, Covestro, Huntsman, Kingspan, and Carlisle.
Today we're going to be myth-busting and experimenting with all different kinds of spray foam, so that you understand the properties, how they work, where you should use them, and more! For links to purchase the products in this video CLICK SHOW MORE ⬇⬇⬇⬇⬇⬇⬇⬇⬇ Believe it or not, not all spray foam is created equal, and there is a lot of different technology and applications going on here. So, let's dive in and learn all there is to know about spray foam! 🔨 PRODUCTS MENTIONED 🔨 GreatStuff Pro Foam - 🤍 GreatStuff Pro Dispensing Gun - 🤍 Shop Jeff’s favorite tools and great products and help support our next project! ► Shop Wayfair 🇨🇦: 🤍 ► Shop Wayfair 🇺🇸: 🤍 ► Shop Amazon 🇨🇦: 🤍 (Amazon) ► Shop Amazon 🇺🇸: 🤍 ► Shop Home Depot: 🤍 ► For discounts on flooring, paint, hardscapes, soundproofing and more visit our website: 🤍 *Be sure to use the coupon codes before checkout Did you know we launched a newsletter? Sign up here: 🤍 🔨 SHOP TOOLS 🔨 Tape Measure - 🤍 DeWALT Mitre Saw - 🤍 Level - 🤍 DeWALT Circular Saw - 🤍 DeWALT Sawzall - 🤍 DeWALT Drill - 🤍 Makita Jig Saw - 🤍 Oscillating Multi Tool - 🤍 Need Answers or Advice for your DIY Project? BECOME A DIY MEMBER NOW! Become a DIY Member by clicking the “join” button beside the “subscribe” button - 🤍 ► Get FULL access to me and my team for Q and A’s in the DIY Crew Forum ► Participate in monthly LIVE streams for live consulting and Member support! Want to learn more?! Check out these videos here: ► How to Insulate Your Crawlspace & Exterior Walls 🤍 ► How to Properly Insulate a Basement Wall: NO MOISTURE! 🤍 ► Kitchen Renovation Part 1 Insulation Installation 🤍 #justdoityourself #sprayfoam #sprayfoaminsulation Music in this video may be used from Epidemic Sound. Download free copyright songs here: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNELS ► Subscribe NOW and hit the bell to get notified about new videos - 🤍 ► Subscribe NOW to our 2nd Channel Reality Renovision - 🤍 ► Subscribe NOW to our 3rd Channel Home Renovision en Español - 🤍 FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: INSTAGRAM: 🤍 FACEBOOK: 🤍 PINTEREST: 🤍 TIKTOK: 🤍 Watch our most popular playlists: ►Our Latest Videos 🤍 ► Drywall Masterclass Playlist 🤍 Produced by: Home Renovision DIY 2020 Video & Editing Services Provided by: Subdivision Film LTD. 🤍 Disclaimer: Videos produced by Home Renovision are provided for informational purposes only. All material provided within this website is for informational, educational, & entertainment purposes only. Some of these projects, materials, and techniques may not be appropriate for all ages or skill levels. The DIY instructions used here are used to simply breakdown projects to their simplest steps. Please use a clear mind and use all safety precautions while following the tutorials provided by this site. Home Renovision does not make any claims of the safety of the projects, techniques, or resources listed on this site and will not take responsibility of what you do with the information provided by this site. Viewers must be aware by doing projects on their homes they are doing it at their own risk and Home Renovision cannot be held liable if they cause any damage to their homes. With different codes around the world and constantly changing standards, regulations and rules, it is the sole responsibility of the viewer to educate themselves on their local requirements before undertaking any sort of project. That being said Home Renovision cannot claim liability with all applicable laws, rules, codes and regulations for a project. Be safe, have fun renovating and ALWAYS stay informed with your local building code. HomeRenoVisionDIY may earn an affiliate commission if you purchase something through recommended links. #commissionsearned
Originally broadcast October 25, 2013 Canadians are installing spray foam insulation in their homes in ever-expanding numbers. It’s sold as energy-efficient, easy-to-apply solution, but when the job goes wrong, it can be a nightmare for homeowners. Tom Harrington takes you inside the walls and up into the attic to explore a home renovation horror story, a foul-smelling foam job that’s driven a family from its home. More from CBC Marketplace, Canada's top consumer affairs show: Watch episodes online at 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Talk to us on Twitter: 🤍 Follow our hosts 🤍cbctom and 🤍cbcerica
One soundproofing question I get asked often is can you soundproof using acoustic foam or acoustic panels? In this video, I answer many popular questions regarding sound proofing and sound deadening. You might be surprised by my answer, especially for "can you soundproof a wall with acoustic foam?" because there is one caveat when answering this question that might surprise some. Check out our full article - 🤍 Here are links to all the products I talk about in this video. These links are from Amazon That I chose for best quality and price. 1. Acoustic Foam - 🤍 2. Acoustic Panels - 🤍 3. Bass Traps - 🤍 4. Egg Carton - 🤍 5. Self Adhesive Command Strips - 🤍 TWO FULL ARTICLE with many more links and sound proofing tips to help you even better! 🤍 🤍 Bear in mind that some of the links in this video are affiliate links, and if you go through them to make a purchase, I will earn a commission. Keep in mind that I link these companies and their products because of their quality and not because of the commission I receive from your purchases. The decision is yours, and whether or not you decide to buy something is completely up to you. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational, or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. Consider SUBSCRIBING if you like this content! Thank You.
Negin Zhalehjoo from the Australian Road Research Board discusses a research project ARRB is working on for Austroads. We are developing a procedure to evaluate the laboratory fatigue characteristics of foamed bitumen stabilised materials, and to provide a new fatigue relationship for these materials. The work is being done in ARRB's state-of-the-art research labs in Port Melbourne, Australia. To find out more about ARRB's labs work, or how ARRB can help you, email labs🤍arrb.com.au or get in touch at 🤍
This coffee has so many names; Dalgona Coffee, frothy coffee, whipped Coffee, cloud Coffee, magic coffee and more. No matter how you call it, this cold coffee is AMAZING! This coffee has been viral in Korea during quarantine time, then it got viral on TikTok and now it is very trendy all over the internet. Dalgona Coffee is a cold latte drink that comes with a velvety smooth and sweet coffee foam on top. The combination of cold milk and the bittersweet coffee is absolutely delicious. Dalgona coffee is inspired by the South Korean dalgona candy, a toffee sponge that resembles the creamy dollop that tops the ice coffee. So if you want to learn how to make dalgona coffee, follow this easy recipe (only 4 ingredients). Full written recipe: 🤍 More recipes you may like: 5 Healthy Smoothie Recipes: 🤍 Tiramisu: 🤍 Oreo Ice Cream: 🤍 Peanut Butter Mousse: 🤍 FOLLOW ME: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Website: 🤍 This recipe makes 2 medium servings Ingredients: 2 tablespoons Instant coffee 2 tablespoons Sugar 2 tablespoons Hot water 1/2 cup (120ml) Milk of your choice 2-3 Ice cubes Directions: 1. In a large mixing bowl place coffee, sugar and hot water (1:1:1 ratio). 2. Using a hand mixer or electric mixer, whisk until thick and creamy. 3. Fill only 3/4 of a cup with cold milk and add ice cubes. 4. Top it up with foamy whipped coffee. Mix well before drink. Enjoy! Notes: • Do I have to use sugar? The sugar helps the coffee whip to a fluffy and stable texture that holds its shape for a while. You can reduce sugar amount, but I’m not sure it will be so fluffy. If you’re really sensitive to sugar, you can reduce it down, just know that your coffee won’t be as fluffy. • What kind of milk to use: You can use cow’s milk, dairy free milk such as almond milk, oat milk or any other kind of milk that you prefer. • Can I make Dalgona coffee without electric mixer? Yes, you can whip the coffee using a regular whisk, it may take a little bit more time, but it absolutely possible. If you like my videos, please subscribe to my channel for new cooking videos: 🤍 I would really appreciate if you could help and contribute to the community by translating the video into another language: 🤍
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All My Favorite Tools: 🤍 Great Stuff Big Gap Filler 🤍 It might come as a surprise but you can actually use a standard can of Great Stuff spray foam to support a sidewalk that has settled over the years. This can be a quick fix if replacing this section of sidewalk with new concrete isn't in your plans/budget. Supplies Used Nylon Cup Brush (For Drill): 🤍 Tremco Vulkem 45 SSL: 🤍 IRWIN 6" C Clamp: 🤍 3/4" Backer Rod (20'): 🤍 5/8" Backer Rod (20'): 🤍 12 ton bottle jack: 🤍 Free Home Maintenance Checklist: 🤍 "D-I-Wire" T-Shirts: 🤍 Join Our Community on Patreon: 🤍 Chapters 0:00 Intro 0:20 Drilling Holes For Spray Foam 1:21 Lifting The Sidewalk 3:14 Filling In Void With Spray Foam 4:38 Cleaning And Sealing Concrete Section DISCLAIMER: This video and description contain affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission.
So, you just picked up a foam cannon or foam gun, or maybe you're considering one? And now you're wondering just how to go about using it or even why you'd want to use it in the first place. After all the two-bucket wash method has served you well for a long time. So why change now? Well, it all depends on what you're looking to accomplish, and what your overall needs are. Let’s say you’ve put in some effort to really clean and shine your paint and want to try to keep it that way, or maybe you've got a coating on the vehicle that you are looking to maintain. Options are a good thing, and you actually have more options here than just the two-bucket wash, a foam gun, or a foam cannon. There are actually numerous options in just how and when to use a foam gun or a foam cannon. In this video we cover the pros and cons between a foam gun and a foam cannon. We also tell you which Meguiar’s car wash soaps we recommend you use in either car wash tool. Lastly, we review three quick options for getting the most out of your new foam gun or foam cannon. Option 1: Rinse, Foam, Rinse, and Blow Dry Option 2: Rinse, Foam, Bucket Rinse with Wash Mitt, Final Rinse, and Dry Option 3: Rinse, Foam Pre Wash, Rinse, Two Bucket Wash, Final Rinse, and Dry We explain when to utilize each option and provide insightful car care tips with each and every option. For additional tips and techniques, visit meguiars.com or simply check out some of our other YouTube videos. Website: 🤍 Connect with our community forum: 🤍 Subscribe to our YouTube channel: 🤍 Like Us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 Shop online: 🤍 For assistance or questions contact the Solutions Hub: 800-347- 5700 🤍 Email us: customercare🤍meguiars.com Find us at your local retailer or auto specialty store!