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Many objects have little secrets โ€“ hidden features that could change your life - if you take the time to discover them. From the secrets behind the lines on drinking cups, to why you often find pompoms on the top of hats, Here are 10 things you didnโ€™t know have secret hidden uses
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Be Amazed at these Top 10 Things You Didn't Know Have Hidden Secret Uses! Pompoms On Top of Hats - Pom-poms, in any situation, are surely the height of frivolity. Who invented the pom-pom? And why werenโ€™t they doing something better with their time? That Little โ€œButtonโ€ On The Bottom Of Your Rearview Mirror - Rearview mirrors are a classic example of the kind of object we take for granted. How many times did your driving instructor yell at you to check the rearview mirror during your lessons? Letโ€™s be honest, it was his primary function. Pipe Cleaners - The pipe cleaner is now renown as an essential arts and crafts tool - you likely played around with them when you were young to create all kinds of artistic stuff for craft projects. Patches That Arenโ€™t for Patching - Ever wondered what those little patches of fabric that come with your expensive new jeans or designer top are for? Perhaps it seems too obvious to waste your time on. The Black Dots At The Edge Of Car Windscreens
There are things we see and donโ€™t see at the same time. Almost everyone will have noticed, at one time or another, a puzzling feature of car windscreens โ€“ the little block dots around the border of the windscreen. Coins With Ridges Around The Edges - Hereโ€™s another feature we encounter almost every day and barely notice โ€“ the ridged edges of coins. What are they for? Why arenโ€™t coinsjust round and smooth? The answer is a tribute to the ingenuity of criminals and those who set out to foil them. Purpose of Silica Gel Packets in Boxes - You open a box of brand new shoes, thereโ€™s a little packet of gel in there. Brown Beer Bottles - It may be true that alcohol kills brain cells, but it can also provide us with the ability to see things in a new light and to question those things we take for granted. The Little Bumps In Your Car Tyres - This one is for the truly eagle-eyed. Drinking Cup Lines Are There As Measurements - Solo cups are a symbol of freedom โ€“ specifically, the freedom to drink too much keg beer at college parties before passing out and waking up in a hedge wearing someone elseโ€™s hat and no trousers.
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Caption: Many objects have little secrets hidden . features that could change your life or . a lease the way you use the object if . you take time to discover them from the . secret behind the lines on drinking cups . to why you often find pom poms on the . top of hats here are 10 things you . didn't know have secret hidden uses i. think number 10 pom poms on hats pom . poms in any situation are surely the . height of frivolity . who invented the pom pom and why weren't . they doing something better with their . time fluffy balls for pretty girls the . wiggle about at american sport events . are well and good but they're not the . kind of thing you'd pack if you're about . to be dispatched through a desert island . or are they one of the most interesting . places pom poms appear is on the top of . winter hats a ludicrous function for a . ludicrous object you think think again . pom poms on the top of hats used to be. worn by sailors to protect themselves . when working below decks we're bumping . your head on low ceilings and jutting . beams was a common hazard any one tool . can tell you about this how easy it is . to simply stand to your full height and . whack your head against the doorframe . that pom pom is there for some . cushioning and protection if you're . heading to a desert island pack a pom . pom hat you'll need it for the boat . journey number 9 that little button on . the bottom of your rear view mirror . rearview mirrors are a classic example . of the kind of object we take for . granted how many times did your driving . instructor yell at you to check your . rear-view mirrors during your lessons . let's be honest it was his or her . primary function but have you ever . checked that mirror thoroughly for . example that button on the bottom of the . mirror what does it do it does perform a . vital function but one you'd never . discover simply by pressing it ever been . driving along at night and found . yourself blinded by the lights of . trailing cars pinging off your rear-view . mirror into your eyes that little button . at the bottom of the mirror switches it . into night mode with a dimmer reflection . that reduces the glare of car lights the . pain you could have saved your retinas . had you known now you do number eight . pipe cleaners the pipe cleaner is now . renowned as an essential arts and crafts . tool you likely played around with them . when you were young to create all kinds . of artistic stuff for crafts project. they can be twisted together to make . some awesome designs and they're popular . throughout the world particularly in . japan where the craft is known as mogul . art but these craft pipe cleaners have a . surprising history i mean it is kind of . in the name it might be stretching . things a bit here to say that the hidden . secret use of a pipe cleaner is to clean . pipes but when was the last time you saw . someone smoking a pipe these types of . brushes which we find as great tools for . arts and crafts were once intended only . for removing moisture and residue from . smoking pipes. however pipes disappeared from the . mainstream sometime between the two . world wars but the mighty pipe cleaner . has surged on as popular as ever in many . ways the pipe cleaner is something of a . social climber its horde itself up by . the bootstraps from the rough and rugged . world of tobacco pipes to the bohemian . world of arts and crafts don't be . deceived though they were once used by . smokers to clean their pipes number . seven patches that aren't for patching . ever wondered what those loose little . patches of fabric that come with your . expensive new jeans or design a topper . for perhaps it seems too obvious to . waste your time on they're there so you . can patch the garment when wear and tear. takes hold right wrong for one thing as . if you have the organizational skills to . keep that little tiny patch of clothing . safe until you need it for months or . years later even if by some minor . miracle you did locate the bright patch . could you sew it on without making it . look like the work of a seven-year-old . let loose on a sewing machine clothing . companies are fully aware of your . incompetence and the true purpose of . that patch is so that you can test out . various laundry detergents on a safe . area of fabric so that if a product is . unsuitable it only ruins the patch . rather than your ultra expensive clothes . it all makes sense now number six the . black dots at the edge of car wind . screens there are things we see and . don't see at the same time almost . everyone will have noticed at one time . or another a puzzling feature of car . wind screens the little black dots . around the border of the windscreen we . see them every time we step into the car . but have you ever taken the trouble to . work out what they do the black dots are . part of what's known as the frit a black . a normal band that connects the. windscreen to the frame of the car a . pretty important job . you don't want to have the windscreen . flying off at high speed the frit also . provides protection from the sun both to . the bond that holds the window screen in . place and the driver of the car those . little black dots however help to block . and disperse the glare of sunlight at . the edges of the windscreen but why are . they dot you might say why not just have . a solid black line it's mostly cosmetic . the dots allow for a smoother transition . from the solidity of the frit to the . transparency of the window neat stuff . number five coins with ridges around the . edges here's another feature we . encounter almost every day and barely . notice the ridged edges of coins what . are they for. why aren't cones just round and smooth . the answer is a tribute to the ingenuity . of criminals and those who set out to . foil them back when coins were made from . real silver and gold intrepid souls. looking to make some extra cash used to . file down the edges of the coins . collecting the shavings and selling them . on literally turning money into money . the spoil sports at the us mint put an . end to this in 1792 by introducing . riched edges since these would make it . obvious if a coin had been tampered with . why though does the practice continue . nowadays when coins aren't even made . from precious metals the ridges still . help to deter counterfeiting since . anything that makes the design of a coin . more complex makes it tougher to clone . and it turns out that the ridges are . also useful to the visually impaired . they provide extra texture to the edges . of coins that's helped you tell by feel . which coin you're holding number four . silica gel packets you may have seen . these packets of beaded gel when you . open up a brand new box of shoes or a . new television silica gel you might . think certainly gets around but before . you lob it into the bin with the rest of . the packaging let's get to the bottom of . it once and for all . what does this pack of beaded silica gel . actually do silica gel is a desiccant . that's just the fancy word for something . that's extremely dry a handy quality to. have when you're in a box with things. people want to keep crisp and fresh . silica gel is so dry it can reduce the . amount of humidity in a closed container . by almost half by absorbing moisture a . pretty impressive achievement for a tiny. packet it can also be reused . to saturation by heating it up to 150 . degrees celsius that's why you should . save them next time you get one it's . definitely worth popping a packet in . cabinets or frames to help keep . important documents and pictures safe . this means that the gel is also perfect . for next time you drop your phone into . water. forget rice just put your phone in a . ziplock bag filled with silica gel . packets and your phone is much more . likely to work properly potentially . repairing it from any water damage. whatsoever maybe it's time to stop . throwing those silica gel packets out . and to find your own uses for them . number three brown beer bottles it may . be true that alcohol kills brain cells . but it can also provide us with the . ability to see things in a new light and . to question those things we take for . granted perhaps in one of these . alcoholic reveries you've suddenly . looked at the bottle in front of you and . thought why is it brown historically . beer bottles were green but this changed . in the 1930s when it was discovered that . brown bottles stopped beer falling . victim to an unpleasant phenomena known . as skunk enus skunky beer literally . smelled like skunks a phenomena caused . by prolonged exposure to light leading . to a chemical reaction similar to that . used by nature's most odious animal . since brown bottles are far superior at . blocking both visible and ultraviolet . light they protect beer better than . other colors of glass some brewers still . packaged beer in transparent or green. glass but if you want your beer to be . safe from the threat of skunk enos as . you sure do be sure to pick a brown . bottle of beer from the store number 2 . the little bumps in your car tires this . is one for the truly eagle-eyed if you . look at your car tire you'll notice that . the smooth rubber in between each thread . has awkward little plastic bumps . sticking up at intervals the bumps look . like the product of lazy manufacturing. like bits of excess rubber that weren't. smoothed off but actually perform a . crucial function the bumps mock for . minimum legal safe height for your tire . thread if the thread is higher than the . bumps you're in the clear if the thread . is worn down to the point where it's the . same height as the bumps your tires are . no longer road worthy and need to be . replaced they'll save you getting a 20 p . piece or a ruler out to measure number . one drinking cup lines are there as . measurements solo cups are a symbol of . freedom specifically the freedom to . drink too much . beer at college parties before passing . out and waking up in a hedge wearing . someone else's hat and no trousers. did you know however that it could have. all been so different if only you'd . known the true meaning of the lines on. the cups the lines that circle solo cups . at various height aren't simply there to . help you grip them though nothing fits . in the hand like a solo cup they . actually act as measurements for certain. types of alcohol the bottom line marks . the height of one ounce of spirit a . standard shot amount the higher line. marks out five ounces a recommendation . for a standard glass of wine and one of . the top lines shows the height to fill. the cup to give yourself 12 ounces of . beer so low actually responded to this . saying that although the lines on our . solo cups match up pretty closely with . common liquid measurements they aren't . meant for that it does seem awfully . coincidental however perhaps they just . said this to avoid any public. encouragement of alcohol consumption . conspiracy theorists feel free to . theorize can you think of any more . examples of helpful features that's hide . in plain sight if so let me know in the . comment section down below and make sure . to subscribe to the channel so you don't . miss out on any future videos thanks for . watching . 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