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I bet we can do it with PVC. What an awesome idea, ShakeTheFuture.
I'm not sure where I'd get a scrap of 10 inch pipe. I've been using buckets for tool storage for years tho. I may try to organize my bucket(s) like you organized your tool tote. Not as durable or convenient, but something I could do.
How can the same poles be facing outward on the ends of the battery? Then the same poles would be facing inward. Wouldn't the magnets repel each other and not stick to the battery?
Will this work for growing strawberry plants?
How does the photo stay in, since you have a space between the acrylic and the wood?
Thanks very much Jessy.
About how many teaspoons of thermochromic powder do you get from 10g?
Another cheap deodorant is rubbing alcohol.
I like it. I'm going to make a couple.
Chickens love to eat roaches. They chase them down.
No, actually not. You are eating some few substances absorbed by the chicken from the cockroach. Did you know that the water you drink has touched fish sperm. Does that gross you out.
I made it with my Grandma. She has 13 cats, but we can use it!We used a 32oz vinegar bottle, and added a wirenut to the wire for safety.
James, if my son gave me this, I would be so proud.
And you put a lot of work into getting the details right.
Actually, since he made them 1/2 inch thick, I suspect they will be just fine. If they were as thin as manufacturers usually make dominos, there may be a problem.
My glue sticks always dry out. thanks for the tip.
I like this. Last year, I cut a bunch of PVC lengths, and bought fittings as a set of "tinker toys" for my grandchildren to play with. They loved them, But by adding the end caps and your idea, it will be even better. And you can also talk through the pipes even tho they have bends in them, which is fun.
Thanks. I hadn't realized my laptop had air inlets on the bottom. I'll try this. Another problem I solved with my overheating laptop turned out to be with Windows Update running constantly, but that is another story. :)
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My grandson would love this.