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This Instructable shows how to use white bread and standard pipe sweating techniques to repair a leaking copper pipe. There are a ton of excellent i...
If you saw my last Instructable on making Motorcycle Saddle Bags out of 40MM Ammo Cans there was a step in which we sprayed down the cans with paint ...
Just like when normally sweating a pipe, clean it up with plumbers cloth. You can use emery cloth or whatever normally, but emery cloth tends to dete...
Crucial: Before you put bread in the pipe have your torch and solder at the ready. This will only give you a few minutes of grace time before the lea...
Shove the pipe into the coupler and sweat it with your solder. Other instructions will let you know, but I will repeat, you don't melt solder with th...
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