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Well done, I have built a few vertical boards-check out my instructables but never thought of a convertible board- Great Idea!
Actually, if you put the solution in a spray bottle, the type that attaches to your hose,( Like a weed killer bottle,) you can spray the solution right through the screens onto the windows, then rinse with clear water from your hose, you can clean both the screens and windows at the same time. It does a passable job if you're not too fussy. I use that method for the up high windows. For the lower windows I do remove the screens.Regardless, it saves a lot of work.
Nicely done. As a retired shop teacher, I also appreciate the use of clamps. Better safe than sorry. I didn't think of breaking the board but what a great idea. I also like that you took the time to sand, round over and finish the project to give it a professional look. Great conversation piece. I will be trying this!
Looks delicious and easy to make as well. Herbie was a cartoon character portrayed by Bing Coughlin, a well-knowncartoonist who worked for the Canadian Army newspaper, Maple Leaf. Herbie was always getting into trouble, but the private soldiers loved him perhaps because they identified with him. I believe the sandwich was named after him.
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Russ, I certainly thought of just moving the battery, jamming the switch on the saw and just having an on/off at the control end. That would be an option if you still wanted to use the saw for other things.
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Thanks for teaching a skill which every biker should know and which has almost become a lost art. If the puncture point is on the rim side, the rim tape which covers the spoke ends should be checked as well. Occasionally, especially on an old tube a spoke end is the source of the puncture.
Really cool the way you ripped the plywood to get the stripe effect. Used to make these with my students but with pine. We used acrylic plastic for the sliding lid. I really like your creative take on it and the fact that you recycled the plywood in a creative way.
Thanks for a great idea. As every tinkerer knows, getting a good grip on a precision screwdriver is difficult. You have solved the problem. I'll do the same to my set.
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Hi Seamster, it works but it's not long lasting like Roundup. You'll have to re- apply it if the plants regenerate. It's a fraction of the cost though, and where I live, we can't use any poisonous lawn treatments for environmental reasons.
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