By knowing how to build hover shoes, you’ll be able to levitate above the floor. The technique is not as difficult as you may think.
Required Tools and Materials
Black electrical tape
2 9 volt batteries
2 rocker switches
4 50-pound lift magnets
Cut 2 wires that are 2 inches long.
Solder one of the wire’s ends on the 9V battery’s positive charge. Solder the other wire’s end onto the battery’s negative charge.
Get a rocker switch. Join and solder the positive wire on the positive charge of the rocker switch. Link the negative wire on the switch’s negative charge.
Get another 9V battery and repeat steps 1 to 3. Both the rocker switch and the batteries will be linked to the shoe.
Turn the shoes over so you can see the bottoms. Apply some glue on the shoes’ heels. Put some glue on the shoes’ front bottom too. You will have four areas with glue on the shoes.
Get the 50 lb lift magnet and stick this on the shoes. Stick the magnets where the glue patches are. Secure the magnets to the glue as tight as possible when you build hover shoes.
Get the glue gun. Use it to apply more glue on the magnets’ outlines. This will make them stick some more.
Glue the batteries on the shoes’ outer sides. The batteries ought to be oriented to the shoe heel ends.
Glue the rocker switches close to the shoe’s front outer side. It must be opposite the batteries at similar sides. Let the batteries dry for 15 minutes.
Cut four wires so they are four inches long. Get one of the shoes. Solder a couple of wires on the rocker switch’s positive end. Solder it on a different magnet at the shoe bottom. Solder at the magnets’ metal casing. Repeat this step with the other shoe.
Look for the metal supports on the floor of your garage. Spot the area with black electric tape.
Wear the shoes. Stand over the area you marked with tape. Make sure each shoe is over the black tape. Hit the rocker switch. After 15 seconds, you will be lifted up.
Wear safety goggles when you build hover shoes. Put them on before you cut the wires with the wire cutter. This is safe, but you may hold onto supports as you levitate.