Every so often we do a talk-topic on the Moose Morning Show where everyone involved happens to learn some things that are actually helpful. This morning was a perfect example of that. This morning we asked you if there was something you had figured out how to do on your own using YouTube. The answers were actually pretty amazing.

Let's take a look at some of our favorite answers. We had dozens, and I do mean dozens, of people talk about using YouTube to change the headlights in their vehicles. And before you go on about how easy it is to change a vehicle headlight bulb, have you done it recently. I swear on some of these newer vehicles it's actually easier just to trade the car in rather than attempt to change the bulbs.

Heather commented and said that she has been learning how to knit using tutorial videos from YouTube while Arnold Dow says he has been learning how to play the guitar! Colleen says that she has been improving her painting skills by watching old Bob Ross footage.

Some other honorable mentions include cake decorating, changing SUV cylinder coils, changing you car's clock, using a carpet cleaner, makeup application techniques, french braiding, programming a scanner, building hot wheels tracks, and even putting in a transition strip between different styles of flooring.

 

What have you used YouTube to teach yourself how to do?

Posted by 92 Moose on Monday, November 9, 2020

 

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