How to Recycle Bottle Lids Into Slingshots





Introduction: How to Recycle Bottle Lids Into Slingshots

here is my full how to tutorial on how to recycle bottle lids into slingshots.

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    Great tutorial. You could also make some cool knife handles out of this stuff

    Nice work! Have you tried shredding the diff colored materials before heating and then maybe layering with un shredded? Also i am going to use a PPG product called 330 dx to clean before heating... Any thoughts?

    Nice work and excellent narration on your video. You sound just like a pro! I've now got to go make one of these with my son.

    Very interesting recycling work. Do you think a heat gun could do that? I have not an electric oven.

    I think that a heat gun might get too hot but it might

    I wonder if hair dryers will work since its not as hot as heat guns

    No, hair dryers don't work.

    Excellent instructable; nice presentation! Is that the family oven you're using? Is that safe? BTW, the red & white mix in the video kinda looks like bacon, doesn't it?

    yep and it is completly safe at below 175 c because no fumes are created