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There is weird a phenomenon happening in my kitchen drawer. Somehow, every single item from my flatware is different from the next. I have to say that I ...
Acrylic handle screwdrivers - An old table set - A metal saw - A heat gun - A clamp
The first step is to heat the metal part of the screwdriver. Make sure the air doesn't get on the plastic handle because it will melt like ice. ...
Squeeze the metal part in a clamp and pull on the handle using gloves. My little sister could do it. This is actually the same process as the ...
Repeat step 1 and 2 for all unwanted tools.
Use a Sharpie marker to indicate where you'll have to cut the flatware.
You can use a steel cutters, a metal saw, a buffer, a band saw... or whatever you have that can cut steel.
Sand down the excess steel. The flatware handle should be about 2 mm larger than the hole in the acrylic handle.
Use a heat gun or put the flatware in the oven at 300 degrees (no microwave...duh). It should take about 1 minute with the heat gun. Use glove ...
While still hot, insert the flatware in the proper handle. Don't breathe the fumes of the acrylic melting or you'll have a big headache. Let everything cool and ...
I used SUGRU to fill the holes left in the handle. Sugru is a kind of silicone paste that hardens in a few hours to leave you the ...
Congratulations, you've just made your own handyman place setting. Remember that acrylic won't survive to the dishwasher. It's better to wash these utensils manually.
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