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Thanks very much. Crown molding would look cool, hope it turns out great
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Hello! Thanks for the comment, I absolutely appreciate it. That sounds like a great idea for a future video! I've been using this mallet for about a week now and so far so good, but a head-to-head with other designs would be very interesting.
Thanks. I've only been using it for a week and so far so good. The real test will be after months of use, but I'm hopeful
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That's an interesting idea. If you mixed up some epoxy, hung the doorstop then poured the epoxy down the rope that would hold it stiff. Could be a nice look
Copper wire would look amazing in the rope
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Thank you. I agree, the 2 materials work really well together!
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I was worried that it might've needed some rebar but was pleasantly surprised when it held together without.I haven't heard of fibermesh but i'll look into it. For more intricate designs it sounds like a good thing to add.
Cheers Zeke, I'll take a look
Hey Zeke, didn't see the link in your comment above...
That's really interesting. I'm still very new to the whole concrete craze but I can see why people like to work with it. Thanks for the comment
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