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Strange I had those in there like that. I know better. I shall blame autocorrect. Thank you kindly for the edit.
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I hear yah. I'm a bit of a coffee nerd too. I can't see how storing it in the semi airtight bag or storing it in the semi airtight container is any different though. Then again, in my case It's cheap coffee regardless. :)
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Thats crazy. they look like brand new shoes.
super smart idea.
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HOOO leee SMOKES!
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EXCELLENTE! Brad, I think you are the first person to ever make something I made an instructable for! Neato!
hah, you want me to buy a 120$ vacuum? The whole point is to do this on the cheap. :)
No idea. I saw everybody doing all that measuring and made it a point to not do that on mine. :)It works.It works better than it did before.Mission accomplished.
I'm happy to make you effin happy. :)
Relaly good idea. I would have never thought of that.
Both good tips. IRT the second one, I did something like this afterwards. I put a old chunk of tube into the inside, covered the end and drilled tons of holes into it. It looks like a silencer. this helps mix things up even more on the inside and prevent big chunks from coming into the vacuum. Pretty much the same principle as your thought. Thanks :)
I used a foam brush once to put on the poly and it bubbled like nobodies business. It only happened one time, but I always get twitchy putting donw poly now.
Great minds think alike Alex. I like how yours is a table whereas mine is a bit more conventional. I'm kicking myself for putting a backsplash on mine now. :) Thanks for your comment on my instructable BTW. https://www.instructables.com/id/Making-a-Grill-From-Junk/
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Cut it all out with an oxy acetylene torch.
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