How to Make a Homemade Hydrometer?

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You can easily make a homemade hydrometer using a clear glass cup. You will also need two small-headed nails, clay, a plastic straw, a felt marker and a ruler. See this site for complete directions for making a homemade hydrometer. www.ehow.com
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To make a homemade hydrometer you can purchase the needed test tubes from your local drug store. It will be best to use rain water for the pure water or you can also use distilled water.
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