If you have an excess of cat hair laying around (and if you have a cat it’s probably laying around right now…napping…so the question is rhetorical) then you can turn that cat hair into something useful. In the video below Switch & Lever turns a ball of fur from your favorite furball into the handle for a knife. The first attempt at the handle was a bit of a flop, which I actually appreciate seeing – the mistakes are just as important as the tips & tricks that are also embedded within the step-by-steps.
If you have a cat this video takes little explaining, you got hair, all over your house, and I understand your plight. Why not do something creative with it instead of just passing it into the trash? Follow along as we transform some precious cat hair into a beautiful knife handle!
NO CATS WERE HURT IN THE PRODUCTION OF THIS VIDEO!!!
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