WATCH: How to Fix Your Broken Sink With Instant Noodles

By Bryan Grogan, May 18, 2019

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Looking for a way to use all those instant noodles that are laying around your apartment? Well, a video entitled ‘Fixing a broken sink with Ramen’ has been making the rounds on social media over the past few days and it is truly jawdropping. 

As you can see in the video below, heroic instant noodle artists use the convenient food item to fix:

  • a sink

  • a bowl

  • the bumper of a car

  • a gaping tabletop hole

Needless to say, we are truly impressed. Using just dry instant noodles, glue, spray paint/paint, sandpaper, chisels and, in some cases, the seasoning packets, you can make your broken household items look totally new. 

As pointed out by one of our editorial staff, we are not sure if the seasoning packets are all that necessary. Instead, we recommend putting them to good use in a tasty ramen dip

According to Barstool Sports, this life hack was first posted on Instagram by @arqmariaffernanda. Her post now has over 299,000 views and counting. 

Watch below to learn how you can use instant noodles to shore up just about any irksome hole at home (VPN off):

[Cover image: screengrab via QQ Video]

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