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I made a cord snap keeper and the edge of a white IKEA lack shelf. When I was done. It did not come off "easily"
Based on what I just made, this will be perfect
Maybe try embedding he magnets in the material, so the oogoo surrounds them completely , also maybe less cornstarch to silicone willake it stickyer
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Thanks for doing all the research and providing these instructions. I'm going to start experimenting with it for various applications. Has anyone tried using reclaimed copier toner as a colorant?
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maintenance man tip use a sheet rock screw or other screw to seal the end of your caulking tube just slide it in and any caulk that dries will cure to the screw and pull out for your next use
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You can get conductive carbon powder from wood but it will need to be heated to a very high temperature to drive off all of the hydrogen and oxygen. Eight or nine hundred degrees C is required.
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