StepsCombine water and unflavored gelatin in a microwave-safe bowl. Microwave the mixture for 3 seconds and give it a stir. Whip 1 cup (240 ml) of heavy whipping cream with an electric mixer. Add the powdered sugar and the gelatin mixture and keep whipping. Refrigerate your stabilized whipped cream for up to 24 hours.
There are only two ways to mess up whipped cream: by mixing too little, or too much. Too little and it will be watery. Too much, and you'll be on your way to butter. That means, when you lift your mixing utensil out of the cream, you should be able to gently dollop it from your whisk.
It's a fine line between soft and stiff peaks, and even more so between stiff peaks and curdy, halfway-to-butter whipped cream. So easy, cowboy. You can always re-whip an under-whipped cream. But once it's too far whipped, there's no going back.
Seal the Li-ion battery in an airtight bag and put it in the freezer for about 24 hours, ensuring there is no moisture in the bag that could get the battery wet. When you take it out of the freezer, let it thaw for up to eight hours to restore it to room temperature.
Tiny nail and screw holes are the easiest to fix. Use a putty knife to fill them with spackling or wall joint compound. Allow the area to dry, then sand lightly. Anything larger must be covered with a bridging material for strength before patching compound can be applied.
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