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Bike seat chain lock (that doesn't look stupid)
Waterproof boots with beeswax
Framed picture that turns into a shelf
Oragami Beer Koozie
Daisy chain an extension cord
Restore an old knife
After my seat got stolen, I figured I should lock down the new one. I made this with one small change, instead of running the chain out both ends of the inner-tube, I just sheathed the chain in the inner-tube and looped it around the bike frame. That way less potential damage to the frame and less hassle of looping the chain through both ends.
Unbelievable. Cool tip. Nevertheless, I would never do it with my shoes. Perhaps because of this I bought waterproof boots http://www.palladiumboots.com/hi-sock-tfl-f-93610-400-m and I have never got such a problem - EmmaT24
Excuse me, but I cannot follow your train of thought here. NO need to try to be a philosopher with: "which came first? the chicken or the egg?" Be kind, be compassionate, be on the side of humane animal husbandry, be an advocate for animal wildlife conservation & protection of our ecosystem, be someone who protects all animals from cruelty & abuse. Yes, it is true we are all in the process of dying from the moment we are born. What will be our legacy? Gandi said that we can judge a society by the way it treats the animals. - TaraC13
Unbelievable. Cool tip. Nevertheless, I would neve do it with my shoes. Perhaps because of this I bought waterproof boots http://www.palladiumboots.com/hi-sock-tfl-f-93610-400-m and I have never got such a problem
Why not take it one step further and pledge not to use bees wax?
3D printed toy car with a cut out name
Ha Ha Ha, did U "A.S.U.M.E." never said anything about Peta, just asking people to be kind, considerate, compassionate & not support the brutality, cruelty & inhumane commercial fur & leather industries. Glad that you are taking care of those old boots, no need to purchase any new ones!
Hope you are serving grilled veggies at your BBQ! I have a life, now I would like the animals to have a life too.
Why not use castor oil instead? Try pure castor oil or (better) 80% of castor oil + 10% of lien oil and 10% of bees wax. - VolodymyrL
Please join me in pledging to not wear fur or leather. You do not know whose skin you are wearing. - TaraC13
Please, join me in a barbeque. I do know what kind of flesh I am eating. Get a life. - vincent.nylin
Why not use castor oil instead? Try pure castor oil or (better) 80% of castor oil + 10% of linseed oil and 10% of bees wax. - VolodymyrL
I'm 98% sure that's walnut, not rosewood, especially if that's US or European made.You made a good knife clean and functional again. Well done.That's good enough for a using knife with no historical value, but I hope no one ever takes a sandblaster or paper to a valuable antique.
Incorrect. At least as far back as the Viking Era, blades were either polished bright or left to patinate.The chemicals used for bluing are toxic and should never be used on a blade meant for food.And you can still get rust through bluing. The phosphate or oxide (depending on chemicals) only works to slow corrosion slightly, and as a retention surface for oil.
Push up bars
Adjusting your bicycle's headset
Keep a knife sharp (using a steel)
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