How to Magnetize Something?

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It's not difficult to magnetize something, although it does not work on all objects. Mainly it will work on metal items like nails. To magnetize it, rub a magnet up the side repeatedly going in the same direction. It will function as a magnet for a while, but it is not permanent. You can find more information here: http://www.diychatroom.com/content/how-to-magnetize-something_a51b57c4-0291-4d8d-bfc1-2dbc8d75306f/
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1. Hold the magnetizable material flat in one hand and the magnet in the other with one pole toward the magnetizable material. It does not matter which pole so long as you are consistent
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i t h i n k i t h a s a n o r t h a n d s o u t h p o l e.
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Create electromagnetic field using electricity, take ferromagnetic
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Do you want to give an example of the non magets to which you refer? Most stuff that contains ferous material will be attracted to magnets depending on their content but they arent
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How to Magnetize Something
Creating a permanent magnet is a difficult process. However, it is simple to temporarily magnetize material as long as you already possess a strong magnet and have something capable of being magnetized. Anything is magnetizable as long as it is attracted... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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