Can you make a DIY Ref?
Making a DIY Refrigerator. (Photo Credits)
Refrigerators are very important especially in prolonging the shelf life of food, and making certain food stuff and beverages more palatable.
But refrigerators consume a lot of electricity considering that it has to be continuously plugged in and at the same time it continues to generate cooling power. If you know how to make one via DIY then that will definitely be good news.
The website Knowledge Weighs Nothing shared a DIY project on how to make an electric efficient refrigerator at home. Build Safe
“If you have an old chest freezer, it can quite simply and cheaply be converted into an super-efficient DIY chest refrigerator that will require fraction of the power to run (around 100 watts a day), in fact it would cost less than $5 a year to run this chest refrigerator! This could save you a huge amount of money, but also, this DIY chest refrigerator is so low powered, it could easily be run via small low cost solar system. Even if you don’t have an old chest freezer, these can be picked up for next to nothing if you ask around.”
Check out the step-by-step instructions here.
Recycle an old refrigerator
Handy and Homemade also shared another way of coming up with an efficient food and beverage cooling system. This time using old refrigerator parts and wooden pallets. Electrical Contractors
“This is the perfect way to re-use your broken refrigerator and even if you don’t have one they are easy to find. Perfect for those who entertain or just enjoy being outdoors in the warmer weather. You can use your free pallet wood finds or use new wood if desired. You will be a hit with this fantastic useful backyard cooler project. If you want to use a mini fridge you can make a smaller more portable version of this wonderful cooler.”
Watch the video tutorial here.
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If all else fails and you will not have access to a working refrigerator, as well as electricity, Spirit Science gave tips on how to store your food and prolong its shelf life.
“Nestled Pot Fridge. By nestling a terra-cotta pot inside of a slightly larger pot, and filling the space between them with wet sand, you can effectively create a DIY, no electricity refrigerator. The wet sand has a cooling effect on the inner pot, studies have shown the space inside the smaller pot to maintain around 40 degrees Fahrenheit.”
Read the seven other DIY Tips here.
Have you ever thought of what you would do if your refrigerator stopped working?
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