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  • MISTHULA commented on knopfling's instructable SRING ring10 months ago
    SRING ring

    Very cute indeed.

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  • MISTHULA commented on knopfling's instructable 10 minutes Robot Fan Gem Ring10 months ago
    10 minutes Robot Fan Gem Ring

    Great job! I have made these at Christmas only with a magnet on the back and used photos of my friends' families reduced in size with wordpad and then cut to fit the back of the flattened marble as well. Then gave them as miniature photo galleries for their refrigerators. I never thought about using them to make jewelry out of them. Way cool I want to make a pendant now. - Thanks

    I have a question though about the glue. Did you use it on inkjet printed paper or the laserjet type of ink? I was wondering because sometimes inkjet ink can get runny when wet. I used hot glue to attach my images and that worked great with just regular inkjet ink,

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  • MISTHULA commented on smurray2's instructable Zen Bulb10 months ago
    Zen Bulb

    When you used the knife to make the opening, did you just poke through the electronic parts area. Can you explain what you did with the knife to make the opening? Thanks.

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  • Treating your cat with imidcloprid flea medication such as "Advantage"

    I really don't measure anything I just squeeze enough out of the bottle to work up a good lather on their wet fur. Make sure that you use comfortably warm water and the room is warm as well. Kitties don't like to get chilled. Also have 3 bath towels available for each kitty. One to use immediately after the rinsing and then 2 more as their fur holds the water and I have found that number to work well. Dawn dish soap, the original type, is safe to use on animals. That is what they use to clean animals when they get covered in oil from oil spills. Just rinse them well and they will be fine. Try to leave the soap on them for a few minutes if they put up with it. The longer the soap is on them the more the fleas die. Use a flea comb and an old cup of soapy water to put the fur and an...

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    I really don't measure anything I just squeeze enough out of the bottle to work up a good lather on their wet fur. Make sure that you use comfortably warm water and the room is warm as well. Kitties don't like to get chilled. Also have 3 bath towels available for each kitty. One to use immediately after the rinsing and then 2 more as their fur holds the water and I have found that number to work well. Dawn dish soap, the original type, is safe to use on animals. That is what they use to clean animals when they get covered in oil from oil spills. Just rinse them well and they will be fine. Try to leave the soap on them for a few minutes if they put up with it. The longer the soap is on them the more the fleas die. Use a flea comb and an old cup of soapy water to put the fur and any missed fleas in. Oh you will still comb some out after the bath but this will really finish the job. Again- the soapy water will make them drowned.Make sure that you vacuum frequently as well to lower the flea population. You can also put some water in some flat dishes (white preferably with a couple drops of dish soap in the water) on the floor and aim a light at them. The fleas with be attracted to the light and jump into the bowl of water and drowned because the soap breaks the surface tension of the water so they sink instead of being able to jump right out. It's amazing. Good luck.

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  • MISTHULA commented on jessyratfink's instructable keep celery fresh for weeks11 months ago
    keep celery fresh for weeks

    i know that the restaurants and grocery stores that used to have salad bars stored their cut-up veggies for salads in 5 gal. food grade buckets of water, which no doubt also contained something like Fruitfresh or citric acid; as both keep fruits and veggies fresh longer.

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