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That would really be cool. Unless it was red wine then it would be room temperature. Still a good idea.
I have a large circular magnet from a limpet keyhole cover for safes. This is attached to the end of a broom stale. I use it in my workshop to pick out dropped metal items amongst the wood shavings. A boon when I've spilled a jar of screws or dropped something down the back of the lathe. It's strong enough to lift gouges and spanners.
Here in the UK they are called soda crystals. It's as cheap as dirt. I use around 50 grams for three to five litres of water. The car battery charger should be at its lowest setting. I don't know why, but it works better like this. I've used it several times with great success. You do have to remove any other metals that are not steel/iron and anything galvanised too. Do watch some of the many videos out there first though because there are safety aspects you need to be aware of but once you have set it up it's easy to repeat.
A very good, no-nonsense instructible. If you find yourself without a shutter remote then use the self-timer. Set it for a couple of seconds which is all it should normally take to stop the camera shaking once you have pressed the shutter release button.
Tools & Supplies
Mold Making & Casting Class
DIY: LED Workbench Light From LED Strips
How to release your nuts when screwing.
Use penetration oil
Enhanced DeWalt Drill Before And After