Anyone That Drinks Energy Drinks Needs To Watch This! Energy Drink VS Brake Cleaner
First and foremost, we have to admit that we have absolutely no way of proving the ...
First and foremost, we have to admit that we have absolutely no way of proving the legitimacy of the claims made in this video and that you should probably take it with a grain of salt as a viewer, just like we did. However, if the claims made in this video are true, we’re taking a look at either a weird scientific coincidence or some sort of inside scoop on something that you probably shouldn’t be putting in your body. I mean, it wasn’t exactly a secret in the first place that this stuff wasn’t good for you but this video really pounds that home.
The scene probably looks familiar to you if you’ve spent any amount of time in the garage. We join in on the scene with a toolbox that appears have a little bit of organization but the actual surface itself is a little bit stained and sloppy. We think that most mechanics will tell you that they spend more time worrying about fixing things and less time worrying about keeping their toolboxes spotless. However, it appears as if this individual was trying to clean up a little bit when he stumbled upon an observation that is potentially a little bit disturbing and might just involve one of your favorite energy drinks.
If you follow along with the video below, you’ll be able to see the effects of a couple of different substances that caused staining on top of this guy’s toolbox. At first, he uses brake cleaner, one of the most potent cleaners that you will find in any garage, which seems to have absolutely no effect on the stain here. However, when the energy drink in question is poured on top of the stain, with a little bit of light rubbing, the stain is no longer. Is there something that everyone is missing here or is this a warning about what we’re putting in our bodies?