Large surface area-to-volume ratio and special morphology of the nanofibers cause them to have remarkable properties such as excellent mechanical properties, heat transfer capacity and electrical features. However, there are many limitations that the current methods of nanofiber production are faced with: (i) low production rate, (ii) restrictions on materials, (iii) process complexity, and (iv) high production cost. Increasing demand for nanofibers in many applications such as air and water filtering, sensors and protective masks (specially due to rise of COVID19) motivates many efforts for eliminating these barriers. Nanofibers produced through Centrifugal Spinning (CS) technique have recently been fabricated with high throughput, low operating costs and broad range of material choice. However, CS technique sufferes from jet instability through the process caused by air-to-fibre drag and surface forces. Through this video, we try to show these type of instabilities through the CS technique.