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....as if most readers have the tools required for this......
Looks great but I don't understand the need for the grooves for bread cutting? Is it to cut the bread parallel to the grooves in an effort as to not mark the board?
Simple, smart, easy, and will 1, save towels from falling off, and 2, save towels from getting a hole pulled/ripped into them by getting pulled too hard thus causing the hole ripped into them. I'm definitely trying this! Ugh, we have about 30+ towels in circulation of our family of 5, and I sew by hand. I guess I should finally install the replacement leather belt for our antique Singer treadles and watch a couple instructional how-to videos.....
Sure, it looks great once completed. But I've seen too many restaurant table tops with a similar coat, with horrible wear on them. And those are table tops, not floors. After the wear sets in, the look would drive me crazy. Can you imagine what pets would do to a floor like this?!?!
I was confused. That is until I realized this simply acts as a shade, not an actual "bark screen". I thought this device would somehow screen/reduce the barking noise. Especially after seeing that it's wired. Dog barks, the wiring/transformer would then somehow reduce sound hitting it? Or the screen automatically becomes opaque once the dog begins to bark.Nicely done but I don't think the title is fitting...
This project is a "Catch 22".........If I had the will power and lack of laziness to complete this elaborate/time consuming project, I don't think I would need it since I'd already be watering my plants ; P
Why was the block of wood not included in the "Materials Used"? I would reattach the strip of wood you cut off, back to the bottom of the block of wood, for a more complete "block of wood" look. Go a step further and add a dimmer feature with an old bakelite look dial. Use a cloth wrapped, but new modern power cord if they're sold somewhere? Stain it with an antique look stain too. I might just have to do this project now! Thank you for sharing.
Why was the block of wood not included in the "Materials Used"? I would reattach the strip of wood you cut off, back to the bottom of the block of wood, for a more complete "block of wood" look. Go a step further and add a dimmer feature with an old bakelite look dial. Stain it with an antique look stain too. I might just have to do this project now! Thank you for sharing.
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Or do this for free by balling up aluminum foil, dipping it in water a few times as you rub the rust away. The key is to keep the aluminum wet. Free, simple and rust is gone! Works on chrome, cast aluminum and so on...
Question. If the interlock plate is required and a very important step in this project, why is this small piece of metal plate so expensive? At around $69, this will discourage you average diy'er from following this step..... Logic would dictate this would be very affordable so as to not discourage folks from skipping this important safety step!