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  • notwally commented on lonesoulsurfer's instructable Rope Lighter (Windproof)1 month ago
    Rope Lighter (Windproof)

    re: I'd love to see the finished product. No, you probably wouldn't. Yours is pretty. mine will not be.Yours shows craftsmanship and detail. I don't have a single artistic gene in my body. My hand drawn smiley faces have brought threats of restraining orders ( they do look creepy). I am SO jealousy of your striker assembly. That is just beautiful work. I've got High Order Problem Solving Skills, my strange projects and fixes almost always work, but never with elegance. An expert at Field Expedience. Think baling wire and duct tape. Both of which I actually have and keep handy. That and an unusual amount of cordage.

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  • notwally commented on lonesoulsurfer's instructable Rope Lighter (Windproof)1 month ago
    Rope Lighter (Windproof)

    For everyone looking for the proper wick for these lighters, I got mine (from Spain) on eBay from the link below. The only place I could find it. Almost $1 a foot, but $15 gets you 5 meters. Takes a short time to get to the U.S. but it's the real deal. http://www.ebay.com/itm/COTTON-ROPE-FOR-TRENCH-LIG...And great job on the instructable lonesoulsurfer!!! I'm in the process of making a few of these myself, but I'm cheating a lot more than you did. I have an excess of Zippo lighters ( darned eBay bulk lots!) so I'm cannibalizing the striker assembly tube, striker, and all plus most of the lighter insert. So I'm basically cutting a Zippo in half and soldering a tube in front of the striker. Yours is a much more Made project and has been of great help to me. Thank you!

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  • notwally commented on mikey77's instructable How To Make Your Own Sugru Substitute10 months ago
    How To Make Your Own Sugru Substitute

    Thank You! A very detailed and explained and well done Instructable! Not to mention the kitchen chemistry of the Oogoo itself. Seriously. I rarely take time to comment, but "Good Work!".

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