How To Make A DIY Air Conditioner For Under $20 — Jeremy Glass @ supercompressor
Winter is coming, says the people from a popular TV series. Only it isn’t coming too soon yet. So roll up your sleeves, grab tools and make one air conditioner for this summer. The instructions below contain images to help you get a better visual. Many thanks to author Jeremy Glass @ supercompressor.com.
Summer is here and the sun’s golden rays are finally smacking us upside the head and roasting us crisp faster than you can say “heat stroke.”
With winter at least six months away (unless you’re reading this late, sorry) there has to be some way to cool down without spending all your hard-earned shekels on a pricey new air conditioner. Luckily, there is. For just $19.73, you can make a DIY air conditioner using materials that you probably have in your house. Assuming you like to party and keep large bags of ice in your house.
One bag of ice. One rubber dryer tube. One styrofoam cooler. Pom Poms. One desk fan.
Dump all that ice into your little cooler.
After tracing around your plastic dryer tube, cut a hole in the lid of the cooler with the dopest knife you’ve got.
Does it look janky? Of course, but you could paint it. Does it work? Surprisingly, yes! The ice inside the cooler lowers the temperature of the air around it, while the fan pushes that air out of the tube, blasting you with chillier-than-normal vibes.
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