Introducing the only WATERLESS air cooler available in the world

Air Cooler Diagram
Finally, you no longer have to settle for all the hassles of a water-based evaporative air cooler — the swamp smell, the raised humidity, the constant dripping, filling and mess! The Air Cooler PLUS is designed with a waterless patent-pending Cooling Chamber that uses two large gel ice packs. Advanced HD-Ice™ gel packs use a high-density gel. Each gel pack offers more cooling capacity than conventional ice packs.

With a powerful oscillating fan that pulls the air through the frozen gel ice packs, the Air Cooler PLUS acts as a tremendous supplement to your central air or window air conditioner. And because it only uses 62 watts, you can run the Air Cooler PLUS for as little as using a 60-watt light bulb.

Compare that to the 4500 watts it takes to run your central air! Since the Air Cooler PLUS is waterless, it adds absolutely NO humidity to your air like other evaporative water-based air coolers. Why use a water-based air cooler that adds humidity to the air that your central air just has to remove to cool your house? With the Air Cooler PLUS gel-based waterless air cooling design, your air conditioner now has a true cooling companion.

Consider the benefits of using the waterless Air Cooler PLUS with your central air conditioner:

  • Adds NO humidity so your air conditioner doesn’t have to work even harder
  • Can be used in more humid climates
  • Supplements cooling so you can reduce the use of your whole-house air conditioner
  • Focuses your cooling on where you are
  • And don’t forget, it works great as a supplement to window air conditioners too!

Compare it to standard water-based air coolers:

  • No swamp cooler smell
  • No messy refilling
  • No chance for leaks, dripping, and other potential problems normally associated with water-based products
  • The patent-pending HD-Ice Cooling Chamber does not increase the humidity in the room
  • Waterless means no water needed — that saves money and doesn’t waste the environment’s most precious resource
  • Waterless also means NOT heavy-with-water and that makes the Air Cooler PLUS as portable as any air cooler on the market

With the frequent droughts and hot summers experienced throughout the United States the last few summers, water has been at a premium. That forced the development of this amazing waterless air cooler. And the high cost of energy also made it critical to provide a supplemental air cooling system for those states where humidity above 50% is standard. Since the Air Cooler PLUS adds no humidity to the air, this issue has been overcome!

Taking advantage of the new waterless air cooling technology of the Air Cooler PLUS is as easy as placing your order online. Or call 1-800-258-7637 and mention authorization code ECAIR21. Currently, if you order online, you can get the Air Cooler PLUS for only $189 PLUS free shipping PLUS a free second set of the large gel HD-Ice packs. This special is only available through our Air Cooler PLUS online store – accept no imitations… they might just be all WET! And if you order more than one unit, each additional unit is only $169 PLUS free shipping.

DIY Upcycling Tea Storage Box

How’s your day so far ? Isn’t always nice to organize thing specially inside the kitchen and pantry. One of the mess in my storage is the green tea we bought and we don’t have proper storage. I bought plain box from the DIY local store and that could be nice to upcycle into modern tea storage. So let’s jump to DIY tutorial.

DIY modern tea storage




  1. Acrylic paint (white)
  2. Rolling brush for painting
  3. Hobby glue
  4. Permanent Marker
  5. Ruler , scissor, pencil and cutter
  6. Gift wrapper (prefer color)
  7. Plain wooden or paper base box ( available in DIY store or hobby shop)



Disassemble the lock




Start to paint the box from outside using rolling brush in this tutorial i used white acrylic paint . It’s water base ,non toxic and easy to dry. Leave it it for about 20 to 30 mins.





Get the measurement of the box from inside and measure the gift wrapper, make some allowance on both side of the paper.





Apply a glue inside the box using brush i used tacky glue plus water so it’s easy to apply.


Place the sheet of wrapping paper inside the box make sure flat and no bubbles use your finger to flatten the paper. Cut the excess paper on the upper part of the box using sharp cutter.




Use a pencil and letter template and trace the letter to the box.



Finalize the letter with permanent marker and you’re done!

Enjoy your cup of tea


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DIY Copper Tin Can Desk Organizer – Copper Project

Another week came and seems like days are getting  fast now on my due, before i’m giving birth with our twins i promised i will make some post on  my blog every week. Lately my husband and I eating more healthy and i’m using canned beans to out veggies and meat.

Instead of throwing out the tin cans in the garbage  i keep them because somehow i can repurpose. I have my own craft room at home and i need to organize my space this tin can organizer in copper chrome color are perfectly fit for my desk. Check out my last post DIY copper glass  as part of my copper project.

Upcycling tin can organizer




  •  Tin can
  • Copper spray paint
  • Burlap rope or any kind of prefer ribbon


  • White paper , marker or stamps letter

 STEP 1:

Spray the tin can with copper chrome or prefer color paint. Make a first coating leave it for about 5- 10 minutes for a great result.  After 5- 10 minutes you are ready for 2nd coating and leave it for half a day or 24 hours to make sure it all dry from top to bottom.

Precaution on spray paint: Don’t do it inside the house if don’t have proper ventilation and use mask while painting. Better to do it outside your house.



Prepare your paper, burlap rope and letter stamps. In this tutorial I used my eBosser to cut the edges of paper if you don’t have any machine you can use a scissor and do it manually. I used a letter stamps as labeler but you can also print your prefer label.


Make a 2 holes on both side of the paper and attach the burlap rope. Make some temporary knot at the back of tin can, it’s the best way everytime you want to change the label.

And you’re done good to use it!


Finally done with desk organizing at my craft room



Have a great day and share it :)

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DIY Copper Glass Jar Upcycling : Copper Project

Lately i’m staying at home and expecting baby boy twins on November  and i have a lot of time to make some designing and upcycling for home. Today’s inspiration is copper project, i bought some cheap glass jar from tiger local store here in Denmark. I love to have some small plants at our home and that’s make me inspired to make some modern vase but inexpensive way.

Materials :

Glass jar



Masking white tape

Copper spray paint

Additional material: Mask


Step 1:

Cover the upper part of the jar using newspaper and  sealed it with using masking tape. Put the masking tape on the prefer design you want in this tutorial i made some small paint on upper part and more on lower part.


Step 2:

Spray the glass jar with copper paint and let it dry at least half day or 24 hrs for better result.

IMG_1762  Step 3:

Slowly removed the masking tape and your done!

Tips: Place a small plant inside the jar or you can use it as ballpen storage or make up brush.

Now you have cheap glass copper vase modern and classy.





Happy thursday!!!!


How to Make Modern Wine Cork Tray

These color is symbolized of autumn nice and colorful isn’t? this is the season my camera’s been waiting for (sorry but not the cold weather). Autumn is officially here it’s also means that we need to wear more clothes plus warm boots or shoes and of course warm food and drinks. Did i said drinks? hmmm.. the only think comes in my mind is wine either white or red it doesn’t matter as long it will give you a nice and warm feeling while sitting on living room watching your favorite TV show.

Together with chips on the other side and relax while indulging your favorite wine sounds good right?. Isn’t also nice to see how many wine have you been drinking and opened while keeping the cork?. Sounds interesting right? I’m not too much wine drinker but for those who loves wine you would definitely love this DIY i had made and i will bet you will never throw any piece of your used wine cork. Okey i will skip the other thing let’s go straight to tutorial.

Materials :


Step 1: Align all the wine corks inside the tray this is good way to estimate how many corks will fit and to fill up the whole tray.

Step no.1

Step 2: After estimating remove all the cork again inside the tray it’s time for cutting. I used only half of the whole cork because i think it’s too thick inside the tray. Since wine cork are not in the same heights and width you can adjust it by cutting the bottom part and side. I made some easy tutorial for you on how to cut wine cork in safe and easy way.

Step 3: Start with upper part of the tray and apply more glue on every pieces. Use wine cork with the same height or else cut them to make it the same height.

Step 4: Start on second row with your first cork. Next on the third row with your first wine cork. Do it the on the rest of the wine cork until you fill up all the tray. For the remaining small parts on both sides use your cutter to make small sizes of wine cork.

And you’re done and let it dry!