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The advice I was given for oilskin or tincloth was to get the heaviest weight painters cloth you can get and wash it in really hot water to tighten it up. I can't see how this advice wouldn't apply here also, but don't know for sure.
I wonder if UV resistance could be raised by mixing in titanium dioxide powder or similar? I'm on a quest to find a homebrew alternative to Sunbrella®
Oilskin or tincloth also require a tight weave.
Linseed oil and flaxseed oil are basically the same product, but food-grade flaxseed oil doesn't have the drawbacks you note so I'd think would be fine for a waterskin. But it costs quite a bit more.
Capstone Project - Tabletop Fireplace
Casting In Pre-made Molds
One could lay a sheet of 4x8' 1/4" plywood across the top and walk carefully over it.
Just writing "tittle" instead of "title" will likely increase traffic.
I will be sure to not click on your 'ibles in the future even if the title looks interesting. Fool me once, shame on me...
Actual Reality: Even if the owner set the SSID as "hidden", the SSID can still be read from probe and probe response packets monitored when another user connects. The BSSID can be used to filter for the probe packets and the BSSID can be had from the beacon frames that all APs send out, even if the SSID field in the beacon frame is "hidden". Security always comes through encryption, never through obscurity.
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