one week into summer and increasing temperatures are calling you to throw open the doors and fire up the grill. but not everyone has the luxury of a spacious garden or balcony. handy then, that lifehakcer rincon util (AKA ‘mr useful’) has decided to demonstrate how an aluminum can can be transformed into a mini barbecue.

 

 

 

 

mr useful‘s DIY project is easy to follow, utilising easy to find materials including a standard tin can. slicing it in half, he uses screws, bolts, a miniature hinge, a miniature knob and a wire formed into a shape of a grill. of course it has very little practical use unless your barbecue-ing on your own.

lifehacker turns aluminium can into a mini barbecue grill

lifehacker turns aluminium can into a mini barbecue grill

lifehacker turns aluminium can into a mini barbecue grill

lifehacker turns aluminium can into a mini barbecue grill

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