With the scanning electron microscope you can magnify household items a million times greater than their actual size. It provides beautifully detailed 3D photographs and is the most expensive microscopes in the world.
Used dental floss
A mascara brush
Every tiny contour of salt and ground pepper corns are revealed in this image.
A torn postage stamp
A cotton bud with earwax on the end of it
A computer hard drive
The writing point of 'superwound' guitar string
A hooks and loops fastener
Sugar crystals: a refined sugar crystal and a raw sugar crystal
The tip of an unburnt match
A graphite pencil core
A piece of toilet paper
The lighting mechanism of a disposable cigarette lighter
A rotary blade on an electric razor with minuscule hairs near the blades
A needle and thread