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  • Jugfet commented on Technopolis STREAM's instructable Macro Lens With Pringles Can2 months ago
    Macro Lens With Pringles Can

    A much simpler way is to use a lens reversing ring which screws into the filter threads on the lens. cheap, effective and stable.

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  • Jugfet commented on DiyCoolStuff's instructable Restoring an Old Wrench2 months ago
    Restoring an Old Wrench

    I use citric acid for cleaning metal tools.Easily available, doesn't smell, safe to handle too. I ounce (28 grams) to 1 pint (568 mils) or thereabouts, strength is not really critical, in fact by altering the concentration you can accurately control the cleaning action. Use it hot and watch it go. No need to wait for days for it to work either, or use any power to get it to do its thing.Experiment on various metals to get the hang of the best dilution before dumping your item in.Home brew shops sell it in in Kg bags and most time cheaper than food stores and pharmacies

    I use citric acid for cleaning metal tools.Easily available, doesn't smell, safe to handle too. I ounce (28 grams) to 1 pint (568 mils) or thereabouts, strength is not really critical, in fact by altering the concentration you can accurately control the cleaning action. Use it hot and watch it go. No need to wait for days for it to work either, or use any power to get it to do its thing.Experiment on various metals to get the hang of the best dilution before dumping your item in.Home brew shops sell it in in Kg bags and most time cheaper than food stores and pharmacies

    I use citric acid for cleaning metal tools. Easily available, doesn't smell, and safe to handle too. I ounce (28 grams) to 1 pint (568 mils) or thereabouts, strength is not really critical, in fact by altering the concentration you can accurately control the cleaning action. Use it hot and watch it go. No need to wait for days for it to work either, or use any power to get it to do its thing.Experiment on various metals to get the hang of the best dilution before dumping your item in.Home brew shops sell it in in Kg bags and most time cheaper than food stores

    I use citric acid for cleaning metal tools.Easily available, doesn't smell, safe to handle too. I ounce (28 grams) to 1 pint (568 mils) or thereabouts, strength is not really critical, in fact by altering the concentration you can accurately control the cleaning action. Use it hot and watch it go. No need to wait for days for it to work either, or use any power to get it to do its thing.Experiment on various metals to get the hang of the best dilution before dumping your item in.Home brew shops sell it in in Kg bags and most time cheaper than food stores

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  • Jugfet commented on Neo2119's instructable Industrial Design Table1 year ago
    Industrial Design Table

    A good source of premium timber is to buy scaffold boards. They are stress graded and show few knots, which makes finishing simpler too.I made a large cottage kitchen table for someone 20 odd years ago using new scaffold boards.For the legs I used off the shelf newel posts with one square end sawn off. The finish was outstanding, and the timber matured to a rich colour. Scaffold boards at approximately 9x2, it's a bit quicker than using 4x2 sticks.

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  • Easy 5 Minutes USB Solar Charger/Survival USB Charger

    Perhaps using a old VHS case would provide a more rugged construction.

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