How to Shrink a Bathing Suit

Whether your bathing suit is too large because you lost weight, bought the wrong size, or stretched out the material over time, you may want to shrink the suit rather than investing in a new one. Bathing suits are most often made of materials like lycra, spandex, polyester, and nylon, which make it harder to(…)


How to Shrink Sweatpants

Sweatpants are super comfortable and loose-fitting. They’re perfect for wearing while you sleep, exercise, or lounge around the house.[1] It’s pretty common, though, for sweatpants to stretch out a bit over time and become too big and baggy, especially if you wear them a lot. Luckily, there are several quick and easy fixes to help(…)


How to Shrink Rings

When a ring is too big to stay snug on your finger or the size of your finger has changed, it’s time to resize the ring. A professional jeweler can shrink the ring without affecting its value by cutting away some of the material or adding sizers to improve the fit. If you are less(…)


Shrink Plastic How To: Name Tag

Today, I’m going to show you how to use shrink plastic, sometimes known as Shrinky Dinks. If you aren’t familiar, it’s a type of material that starts out thin enough to cut easily with scissors, and when heated, shrinks down to (usually) around half its size and becomes a hard plastic. It’s a really…By: BarbMakesThings(…)


Apple’s self-driving car ambitions shrink to just software, says Bloomberg

Apple has been typically secretive about its car initiative, code-named Project Titan, but multiple stories now suggest the company has reduced its ambitions significantly. According to a report from Bloomberg, the company is no longer attempting to build its own electric car to compete with companies like Tesla, but is instead focused on developing self-driving software(…)