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  • SallyR13 commented on TheFieryTV's instructable HOT ICE3 months ago
    HOT ICE

    I haven't made it yet, but I will! This is fascinating! Thank so much for the video. It answers all my questions, perfectly!

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  • SallyR13 commented on Penolopy Bulnick's instructable 37 Unusual Uses for Lonely Socks4 months ago
    37 Unusual Uses for Lonely Socks

    Pellon is a great filter, too! For all sorts of things. You buy it by the yard, rather than "piece!" It works great! Think about what all it can be used for! I use it for filtering my freshly milked goat mulk! It's great stuff!

    Something I have learned, as well as used, (On and in many, multiple, as well as "MANY" situations, is placing a bar of soap, into a knee-high stocking. Keeping in mind, whatever bar soap you use, has to be worked completely into the 'toe,' and a knot securely. While camping, this can be used, by tying the stocking to an established faucet, in a campground, or whatever water source is available.In addition, a tennis ball (Or any other "floatation device.") can be placed into the opposite end of the stocking. (Also securing, by tying knots, above and below, the "flotation device.") This "contraption," allows it to accompany the user, into a large body of water, (IE; Lake, pond, ocean, etc.) use the soap, for whatever purpose, and then, without fear...see more »Something I have learned, as well as used, (On and in many, multiple, as well as "MANY" situations, is placing a bar of soap, into a knee-high stocking. Keeping in mind, whatever bar soap you use, has to be worked completely into the 'toe,' and a knot securely. While camping, this can be used, by tying the stocking to an established faucet, in a campground, or whatever water source is available.In addition, a tennis ball (Or any other "floatation device.") can be placed into the opposite end of the stocking. (Also securing, by tying knots, above and below, the "flotation device.") This "contraption," allows it to accompany the user, into a large body of water, (IE; Lake, pond, ocean, etc.) use the soap, for whatever purpose, and then, without fear of losing it, complete whatever they set out to do. Upon completion, they simply, gather their belongings, leaving "no trace," and go on to the next item on their list of 'things to do'I realixe that this post is regarding 'socks,' but I'm fairly certain, that the appropriate "sock," could be employed, in the place of a "knee high nylon." ? ENJOY!!!!!

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