How to make your very own, easy, inexpensive, eco friendly, very alternative flogger. A product suitable for vegan use made only using 2 used bike inner tubes! No adhesive necessary!

Step 1: Step 1 - Materials

As this was the first time making, I over estimated a little with 3 inner tubes. You can use 3 or 4 depending on how long or big you want it but for a total length of 45cm 2 inner tubes is ideal.

so for a 45cm flogger you will need:
- 2 standard adult size inner tubes
- scissors
- scalpel
- ruler
- pen

you can do the whole thing with just a good pair of scissors if you don't have the scalpel
Nice instructable.. I had problems with the valve wrap section but I improvised and it was all cool! I added some old picture hanging wire I found lying around the house. I tucked the wire in under the valve wrap, 3 wraps in total. At the handle end, mid point on the &quot;flat&quot; of the handle, and the 2nd was from midpoint on the &quot;edge&quot;. Both running same direction. The 3rd was from the flogger end, again tucked under the valve wrap and running in the opposite direction. <br>I'm thinking of making my next with skateboard grip type ends to the flog..... Bitey! ;)
<p>can this be made available as a pdf at all? LOVE it....and I know a couple others that will too :D</p>
thanks man, I've been looking for a good way to flog those eco vegans. lets see them hug my tree while eating sprouts now!!!
So from your title, this is for flogging vegans that refuse to finish eating their meats on the dinner plate? or Eco Vegans making this a &quot;hipster whip&quot;?
Haha well to write Eco friendly flogger, vegan product made from recycled inner tubes is a bit of a mouth full. Can you honestly say thats what you think its for? or are you just trying to justify fault with a title that is pretty obvious. Its pretty well explained in the intro. I mean if you want to use it to flog vegans that refuse to eat meat products (because you came up with that idea) then i'm sorry i cant support it.
You just need to team up with<a href="https://www.instructables.com/id/inner-tube-gimp-mask/" rel="nofollow"> this guy</a>.
<br>I actually don't need to do anything if i'm perfectly honest
you should check this person, they made something useful<br> <br> <a href="https://www.instructables.com/id/Recycled-harness-hot-things-to-do-with-old-bike-t/" rel="nofollow">https://www.instructables.com/id/Recycled-harness-hot-things-to-do-with-old-bike-t/</a><br> <br>
Very well-documented first Instructable. <br><br>I won't be following it personally, but I'm sure other people will find it useful.
Cheers mate, thanks for the comment.

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