Backyard Water Rocket  With a catch & release mechanism, you can get higher pressure--with significantly higher flights! This version will be safer, especially with small kids around.  (Popular Mechanics)

How to Build a Backyard Water Rocket

Backyard Water Rocket With a catch & release mechanism, you can get higher pressure--with significantly higher flights! This version will be safer, especially with small kids around. (Popular Mechanics)

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How to fix up your car's interior on the cheap - several ideas from Popular Mechanics.

How to Fix Up Your Car's Interior on the Cheap

How to fix up your car's interior on the cheap - several ideas from Popular Mechanics.

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When replacing brake fluid, it's necessary to flush out the system. Don't do that by reusing the old muddy brown fluid in the reservoir, we said in November 1992. Use a turkey baster to siphon the excess fluid from the reservoir, then add a little clean fluid to flush out the reservoir. And don't use that baster on poultry ever again.   - PopularMechanics.com

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When replacing brake fluid, it's necessary to flush out the system. Don't do that by reusing the old muddy brown fluid in the reservoir, we said in November 1992. Use a turkey baster to siphon the excess fluid from the reservoir, then add a little clean fluid to flush out the reservoir. And don't use that baster on poultry ever again. - PopularMechanics.com

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