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Thanks, rallekralle & Nathan! I knew it wasn't supposed to melt it to the point of dripping, lol - but that heat level, I always thought would be detrimental to the stability & structure of the forge.
I've always been a bit concerned with the idea of building a forge of metal - the very product a forge is built to melt. How does it not melt the forge, if you get the heat high enough to melt metal?
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Cool, thank you! I've used it (based on your ible) to repair cords attempting to separate from their appliance, and as a bathtub drain plug. Thank you so much for this ible- I often have new ideas for it, & frequently find myself wondering 'I wonder if oogroo would work for this...'
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Hmmm... I was looking at pic #11, and it reminds me of the sole of some flip flops. Have you tried making anything like that, as in repairs to shoes, flops, or even furniture feet (yeh - I don't know why that came to mind, there, lol). When you blow out a flip flop, and don't want to throw out your favorite ones, just because one of the plugs won't stay in, I wonder if you could do it with the oogroo... I'm just unsure of the durability, in those types of repairs, and such.
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I've also slit the noodles lengthwise - only on one side. Then, pop it onto the edge of my drafting table to keep my implements on the table, and give me a nice arm rest, when I work. It's also protected my head few times, when I was picking up things I've dropped. That got me to thinking, they would be good for the edges of a glass table, for baby-proofing - at least temporarily. Got family coming with a munchkin in tow? pop one of these around the edges &/or corners of your sharp-edged furniture, to protect that little visitor. They are also good for wedging into any heat/cool air loss gaps, like under doors, around windows, fans and a/c units.
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