The Superman Of Magnets

Magnets have an endless suite of uses. Neodymium rare earth magnets are some of the strongest and at the moment, the cheapest of these magnets that on the market. We typically use magnets without thinking about it, especially to keep things organized. Here are some uses you may not have thought about though.


Magnets are an inexpensive and a very good way to close almost anything. Combine them with some glue and you can create a secure closure on a toy box.

Neodymium rare earth magnets work great, when you are remolding your home. If you are looking for studs and nails, these magnets have enough strength, that simply rolling a magnet across your floor will indicate to you where are the nails underneath your floor. This can be a great time saver.

You can create your metal detector with a pole and a good sized neodymium magnet. It will not have the sophisticated sensors of a professional made one, but it will still do the job. And depending on how far down is the metal, your magnet might pull the metal straight out of the ground. A magnet with about a three inch diameter and a one-eighth inch thickness has a pull strength of about forty pounds.

These are only just handful of the uses to which neodymium rare earth magnets can be put. In addition to these, there are a plethora of other uses ranging from arranging your tool shed to customizing a fishing reel. The only limitation is your imagination.

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