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2 pop cans Sharp blade Cotton balls Book to hold blade (it's not my book) Scissors Drill with a 7/32 and 1/16 bit. Or a push tack Ruler Bottle ...
Measure 1 1/2 inches on the book and place your blade there. Then score both cans.
Cut the top of the cans off and then cut down to the line that you scored. If you scored the can properly, it should peel off perfectly.
Use the nicer piece for the top and set it aside. Use the other piece and place a few cotton balls into it. This will be your bottom. Use the other pi...
Use the 7/32 bit and drill the center if the top part. If you are using a tack, then make 4-5 holes in the middle. Now use the 1/16 bit or tack and ma...
Use fine sand paper and sand off the paint.
Pour about 1 1/2 ounces of HEET Into the fill hole and then cover it up with a coin. Then you need to prime it. Heat it up for a bit. So find a tray a...
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