Must-See YouTube’s Wengie DIY: Turning Water Into Instant Ice Delight

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In Wengie’s DIY video today, Wengie tries one of her favorite discoveries of all time, turning water into ice instantly and four methods to achieving this. She wants her fans to try it at home, and then tell the world at #wengiecorns.

To get started, you will need several bottles of distilled or purified water. Wengie used spring water, and her experiment still worked fine. Place the bottles in the freezer lying down with a gap between each bottle for about two to three hours.

Take the bottles out of the freezer 15 minutes before the icicles first form inside the bottle.

Wengie’s took around 2.5 hours with a freezer at minus 22 degrees. Every freezer temperature is set differently.

1. Remove your first bottle carefully from the freezer, and don’t shake it around, or the activation will begin too early. Now, take your bottle and just slam it down on the table, and watch the entire contents turn to ice instantly. So cool, Wengie falls down laughing hysterically.

2. Get out another bottle from the freezer. Take a see-through glass jar, and pour in some water. Plunk in an ice cube, and watch the activation occur. Now, you have a jar full of sharp ice crystals. It’s literally magical, Wengie says.

3. Next, pour colored water into a martini glass quickly, and then submerge an ice cube half way into the water, and hold it there. Immediately, ice forms around the cube and stands up frozen in place. Add lemon or lime for a great party drink.

4. Lastly, place some ice cubes at the bottom of a bowl to activate the freezing process. Pour water directly onto the ice, and watch a tall ice tower begin forming. When you’re done, turn this into a snow cone with flavored syrup and some berries. It’s yummy.

 

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1 thought on “Must-See YouTube’s Wengie DIY: Turning Water Into Instant Ice Delight”

  1. I see why 3 million fans following is not easy it is purely entertainning and that is exactly what people want to watch. People in the uk.bestessays.com reviews love the productions of Wengie and they make a small fraction of followers too.

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