How to Make a Solar Cooker

Hi friends in this video I will show how you can easily make a solar cooker using materials and tools commonly available in your home. In this detailed video guide first, we will see a live demonstration of the solar cooker in which I will cook some rice and boil an egg.

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00:47 Type and Pros of Solar Coker
1:34 Cooking Demo of Rice and Boiled Egg
5:00 Cooking Demo of Rice in Metal Container
6:45 Things Required For Building Solar Cooker
8:24 Cutting 4 Square Chart Paper Sheets of 36 cm in Length
9:30 Cutting 2 Square Cardboard Sheets of 20 cm in Length
10:54 Cutting Aluminum Foil and Wrapping and Pasting
13:50 Assembling the 4 Square Panels and Cardboard Base
14:40 Numbering the Panels and Cardboard Base
15:25 Creating 8 Holes through the Panels and Cardboard Base
16:40 Sewing Cardboard Base and Panels Using Shoelace
19:37 Adding Anchor to Solar Cooker
20:26 Final End Result

Parts Required for Making Solar Cooker

Main Components
  1. Metal Cooking Container Wrapped in Black Paper
  2. Transparent Plastic Bag
  3. Clips
  4. Thick Chart Paper Or Use Multiple Sheets
  5. Cardboard Sheets
  6. Aluminum Foil
  7. Shoelace
  8. Cardboard Box
Tools and Consumables Required
  1. Fevicol Glue
  2. Cello Tape
  3. Measuring Tape
  4. Scissors
  5. Measuring Scale
  6. Box Cutter
  7. Stapler
  8. Pen
  9. Bussines Card
  10. 8 Screws
  11. Box Cutter
  12. Hammer
Optional Components
  1. Black Metal Cooking Container
  2. Transparent Owen Plastic Bag

In the next part, I will share details of the tools and material required for making the solar cooker. I will show you step by step, how to build each section of the solar cooker. Followed by assembling the solar cooker. I hope friends you like this detailed video guide and find it helpful. If you think this video guide can be helpful to your friends and family share it with them. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to get more such videos in the future. You can also Subscribe to our newsletters to get email alerts when we release new content. That is it, for now, see you later bye.

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