Dissolving LEGO Bricks And Rubik's Cube In Acetone

June 16, 2017


My God does that look delicious.

This is a video from Youtube channel HouseholdHacker of LEGO bricks and a Rubik's Cube being dissolved in acetone (although what dissolving toys in acetone has to do with household hacking is beyond me -- maybe disposing of evidence?) They also do a giant piece of styrofoam for good measure. Obviously, I just bought a bottle of acetone from the drug store on my lunch break, so you can probably imagine what I'm getting into this weekend. "A mani-pedi?" Exactly, help me pick out a new color.

Keep going for the video.

Thanks to Jenness, who agrees if it can't dissolve a body we have no use for it right now.

  • Munihausen

    Turpentine, acetone, benzene. He calls it the Dip!

  • whacko

    C'mon, dude. They aren't THAT hard to solve...

  • tonibaloni

    Not that hard to dissolve either!

  • Jenness

    I did enjoy the end when they melted the whole 6 foot packing brick from a TV into it. Those things are so ridiculous to try and put in the trash and you end up breaking them into pieces and they take up so much room but this was you just melt them into goo and there ya go. I'm getting a can of acetone for the holidays to melt all those packing things after seeing this now.

  • GeneralDisorder

    Not worth the whole 4:29

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