Are you into art or visualization? Well, you can make an iPad stylus and that too in a jiffy. You can be able to draw on your tablet in a better way and that too without spending any money and right at your home. A stylus simply requires carrying static electricity from your very own finger to a particular material that is a good conductor to your screen. Cnet posted wonderful trick to create iPad and iPhone stylus out of Household Junk.
Imagine you have all the materials at home lying around hardly being of any use anymore. Gather such items and get started with your stylus. You could gather things such as a cotton swab (aka “Q-tip”), aluminum foil, scissors, tape and a pen and within minutes you’ll have your stylus all ready to be used.
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How to make ipad stylus
Drain out the ink from the pen.
Cut the cotton swab to make it pointed and put it into the mouth of the pen. Then fasten it up with tape.
After that cover the neck of the pen with the foil, slightly above the tip of the cotton swab. Wrap it around tightly, and then fasten it up with tape at the top.
Put a drop of water on the cotton swab to wet it. (You needn’t worry thinking it will harm your device as it won’t)
Now, wasn’t it easy? All you need to do is ensure that your finger is touching the foil constantly. If in case your stylus stops working you can always wet it with a little water and get started again.