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Here's an idea. Take a second clean bucket and drill a half dozen 1" holes in the side right at the bottom. Then take your wet clothes out of the first bucket, plop them into the second bucket, then place the first bucket into the second bucket and use it to smash all the water out. Of course you'll want to do this outside or in the tub, since the water is going to go everywhere. But it's much faster and easier than the old "twist and shout". =)
LEDs and Lighting Class
I hate to be the one to do this but I read the comments and no one else did so here goes.You're is the contraction of the two words You Are. As in "You're about to do a video on ear gauges."The word you should be using is the possessive, Your. As in, "Is this your ear gauge laying on the floor?"
I don't care what biased "experts" say. Ear candles work. I've used them many times and they are not dangerous. It's simple physics. The reason you have contrary "reports" from medical practitioners is simple, Ear Candles cut into their business and render their expensive equipment and training unnecessary.
The leaning frame makes it stable.
It would actually be better if it did. That way you can be sure the blobs would be of equal thickness.
That would only work until you pierce the glass. Then all the water would drain out.
One question. How healthy is it for goldfish to live in a dark box?
Homemade Bar Clamps
Burp, I mean Bump.
That "vinegaroon" technique is used on wood also. It never occurred to me to use it on leather. But it make sense.
Elder Bluetooth Speaker
Wax drawing would work, it would just be much harder to control and next to impossible to remove after the fact. The real wizardry of masking medium is that it rubs off with your finger when the job is done.
They're not Highly toxic. That's been blown out of proportion. They have less Mercury that a straight tube light. You need to be careful cleaning them up but it doesn't take a crew from the EPA or anything like that. Just have good ventilation, move kids and pets out and don't use a vacuum cleaner. (It's glass, You wouldn't clean up glass with a vacuum cleaner anyway.)http://energyblog.nationalgeographic.com/2014/01/08/separating-myth-from-fact-on-cfls-and-leds-five-concerns-addressed/
Homemade Pellet BB Gun Flashlight/Torch
Preparing for Natural Disasters.
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