Wengie opens the video with a super easy way to customize your favorite fidget spinners! Using a unicorn metallic fidget spinner, Wengie takes a glitter nail polish to add more personalization. She also mentions that nail polish is a great way to hide any scuffs or scratches that you may get on your fidget spinners.
Over time, Wengie explains that fidget spinners can get dirty, slowing down the smooth rotation. She shows viewers how to pop off the covering caps on both sides of the center bearing of your spinner. Pull out any obvious dust or hair pieces, and then clean the bearing with a spare toothbrush. For a more thorough clean, Wengie shows how to let your fidget spinner soak in rubbing alcohol, and scrub the inner bearing with a dental flossing brush. This is a great way to maintain your spinner.
To keep spinners quiet in class, Wengie recommends cracking open the middle bearing and lubricating with coconut oil or WD-40. This creates an instant silencing effect for your spinner!
Next up, Wengie teaches her viewers how to get a warped spinner effect captured on camera. You’ll need to have a camera that shoots in less than thirty frames per second, and film the spinner in motion up against a window for a cool warp effect. To build momentum, Wengie showcases her Double Up Hack. By adding in extra bearings, the weight of the spinner increases, building momentum for a longer, faster spin.
As always, Wengie provides an awesome list of hacks for her fans. For more fidget spinner hacks, watch the video below!