Need to pass along an important message on paper without having it accidentally discovered by your archenemy? Using very common household products, you can easily whip up an invisible ink recipe and write out your secret message with the solution. All the recipient needs to do ...more
Make Invisible Ink
Check out this video to learn how to make invisible ink with a lemon. Use this as inspiration for one of your April Fools Day pranks! Make invisible ink using lemon. Click through to watch this video on tricklife.com
Onion water makes invisible ink. The drawing becomes visible when it is heated. Use this as inspiration for one of your April Fools Day pranks!
You will see how to make an invisible ink for conspiracy (or other mysterious) purposes. Could be very useful and may save your life!
A short tutorial on how to make invisible ink. Just like what spies used to use. Use this as inspiration for one of your April Fools Day pranks!
Create a secret message for your friends without anyone knowing what you're up to! You can make some easy invisible ink using just some milk. Write your message in milk-ink using a Q-tip. Then let it dry for at least half an hour. The paper will look normal - only an iron will ...more
Now you see it, now you don't! Team up with the science sleuths of A-TV to make your own invisible ink. To follow along, you'll need these materials: baking soda paper water light bulb and light cotton swabs paint brush measuring cup grape juice concentrate The steps for th ...more
This video is a science experiment for kids, which demonstrates how to make Invisible Ink at home. For this experiment, you will need the following: a knife, a spoon, a lemon, a cotton swab, a cup of water, paper, and a saucer. First, you will need to cut the lemon in half. Th ...more
In this tutorial, we learn how to make invisible ink from an egg. First, grab an egg and poke it with a pen to where a small hole is in it. once you've done this, leak the white inside of the egg into a clear bowl. Now you can dip the pen into the clear liquid and write on a p ...more
Write a secret message with invisible ink using these simple household items. Step 1: Put lemon juice in bowl Put the lemon juice in a bowl and dip your cotton swab in the lemon juice. TIP: Using milk, vinegar, or orange juice instead of lemon juice will have the same effec ...more
Learn how to create secret messages using only milk. Use this as inspiration for one of your April Fools Day pranks!
Learn how to make secret messages with lemon juice. Use this as inspiration for one of your April Fools Day pranks!
We've all tried writing with lemon juice (a.k.a. invisible ink). It's a mess. And the main draw back is definitely efficiency. Spy work requires extensive (and sometimes wordy) communication. Enter: the printer mod. We were super impressed when our friend Loup sent us this v ...more
This is an easy video tutorial about making invisible ink for inkjet printer.Cool for making your important document more safe. Use this as inspiration for one of your April Fools Day pranks!
Video explains how to make and use invisible ink with stuff you find around the house. How to create secret messages for spy kid use and the secret to decoding the message. Use this as inspiration for one of your April Fools Day pranks!
Apple unveiled huge improvements for Messages in iOS 10 at WWDC '16, and my favorite new feature is that searching for emojis will be much, much easier. But there's a lot more to this update besides emojis. Tap to Replace In iOS 10, you'll be able to swap in emojis for alrea ...more
Writing secret notes with lemon juice was one of my favorite pastimes as a child. All it took was a small flame to lightly scorch the paper and reveal the hidden message. Now that I'm tall and pay bills, lemon ink just isn't exciting enough anymore. Luckily, we can use another ...more
Tell the awesome person in your life how much you love him or her by writing a secret Valentine's Day message in invisible ink, which can then only be revealed by heating the paper over a flame or a hot light bulb. For a more direct approach, show your affection to your favor ...more
When it comes to common household items with a million practical uses, baking soda reigns supreme. We all know that baking soda is great for deodorizing stinky things, whitening your teeth, and helping with clean-up around the house, but did you know about the other weirdly un ...more
Learn how to remove ink stains from fabric. Getting ink out of fabric is a tricky business, often best handled by a dry cleaner. If you want to try it yourself, though, here's what to do. You Will Need * Denatured alcohol, also known as methylated spirit * Cotton balls or p ...more
You can do all kinds of unexpected things with milk, like make your own pore strips and invisible ink, or even get rid of red wine stains with it. But did you know that you can also use it to make your own glue? Emma over on Science Sparks shows us how to turn regular old mil ...more
Mashed potatoes are universally beloved and for good reason—they're cheap, tasty, and relatively easy to make. What's more, they're adaptable to just about every dietary regimen, whether you're vegan, gluten-free, or lactose-intolerant. There are all kinds of recipes and theo ...more
While iOS 11 is ready to take over your iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch, let's take a step back and check out all of the new features that iOS 10 brought to the public when it was released to everyone in Sept. 2016. Some of the updates from iOS 9 to iOS 10 were huge, as you'll s ...more
WonderHowTo is made up of niche communities called Worlds. If you've yet to join one (or create your own), get a taste below of what's going on in the community. Check in every Wednesday for a roundup of new activities and projects. Thanks to all of our active moderators and ...more
Think of the coolest, most unique way to create art that you can. Got it? Now think about creating that art out of living things. The American Society For Microbiology (ASM) holds an annual art contest, but it's no ordinary art they look for. The ASM looks for agar art, which ...more
One of Android's most glaring weaknesses is its lack of an iMessage equivalent. That is, of course, until now. There's one app that will allow Android users to experience iMessage on their non-Apple phone, complete with end-to-end encryption, message effects, and group messagi ...more
Want a tattoo that's daytime work-safe (invisible), but nighttime party-friendly (UV blacklight)? At first sight it may be hard to believe these tattoos are real, but in fact, they are. UV light tattoos are the perfect way to hide it from mom. The tattoos can be completely in ...more
What happens when a struggling writer cannot finish the screenplay to her second film? She writes a book. While artist and filmmaker Miranda July was struggling to conceive the script to The Future, the followup to her successful film Me and You and Everyone We Know, she bec ...more
Pretty much every note you save on your computer, phone, or tablet can be uploaded to your cloud and viewed on any of your devices. But what about those notes you write down on actual paper? Well, those notes can also be cloud-friendly, thanks to the Rocketbook Wave. Video: . ...more
This is a tale about microbes, a man who became a hermit, and the parchment that carries both of their stories. Sometime around 1190 AD in Italy, a man named Laurentius Loricatus was born. Trained to be a soldier, Loricatus killed someone by accident and was stricken with rem ...more