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Hey, this is my first Instructable so I hope I didn't mess it up to bad! Let me know how ! did! I recently got a new desk ...
Materials: Any Teflon Coated pan really. I used a two burner skillet cause I wanted something fairly large. This cost me about $25
-A cutting device: I used a hand grinder with a cutoff wheel attached, but you could use a jigsaw, or maybe a Dremel. -A Metre stick, yard stick, ...
Use the Metre stick and pencil to mark out the size of the mouse pad you want. your probably better off doing this on the bottom of the ...
Cut across your lines using your cutting device. this will leave you with very rough and very sharp so be careful while handling.
Use your old knife (and I stress old, cause it'll be pretty dull when your done with it) and scrape all the rough frayed metal from the edges ...
The entire process of cutting, scraping, filing and sanding will leave the mouse pad in an absolute mess of metal dust and debris. In order keep the Teflon ...
Hooray! you now have your new Teflon coated mouse pad! Now! MOUSE! MOUSE like never MOUSED before!
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