I created a simple splash guard to our KitchenAid Mini stand mixer. It’s officially sold as a pouring shield, but my design lack that “pouring part”. So I called it as splash guard instead. This helps keep lightweight ingredients like flour from flying out of the bowl or when you’re mixing there will be much fewer splashes
We bought a brand new KitchenAid Artisan Mini stand mixer ( ). It came with 3 standard attachments (dough hook, whisk, beater) and we needed a place to keep them. Having such a lovely machine calls for a nice display of it and it’s attachments. So instead of throwing them into a drawer (which is already overcrowded).
We have too many cutting boards in our kitchen and there was always a hassle to keep them somewhere. Leaning against the wall when drying or stacking them on household appliances. We needed a way to organize them. Quite long time ago I promised to build simple cutting boards rack/holder for our household/kitchen. As the old saying goes-
Maybe you have also wondered how much power do solar panels generate on a cloudy day compared to the clear sky? Other than the location on earth this is also a huge factor in overall performance. I had the same questions myself. So I tested my solar panel. I included my location on earth and time
I finally finished my DIY lightbox. I had the frame already assembled a few months ago. That frame was built using aluminum DIY profile corners and threaded bars. I have written about it in a separate post. Nothing too fancy, but does the job. I’ll share some photos how I built it. Parts used in my DIY