I'm trying to find out the best method to make a cotton fabric somewhat sticky or tacky ... perhaps the best example of what I am trying to achieve are the identical properties of a 'Football Receiver Gloves'. Criteria:1. Should wash ok without losing its tacky quality. 2. Adhere to itself while avoiding picking up lint or dust. 3. Allow a fabric such as soft cotton to remain soft and pliable.Any help / direction would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance."In a sticky situation"
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I work with an organization that provides books to incarcerated people. All the books we send are donations. (Raising funds for postage is tough enough, so buying books is out of the question.) We get frequent requests for How to Draw books which are rarely donated. Would it be acceptable for me to print Instructables posts on this topic?
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Here's the code with the errors removed://Code by Hunter Knott and based off of Owen Sobel's Bluetooth 4.0 code//Updated by Isaac Burton#define in1 5 //L298n Motor Driver pins#define in2 6#define in3 10#define in4 11#define LED 13#define ena 9#define enb 8int command; //Int to store app command stat...
Toilet bolts are fine, I suppose. However, they do sell T-bolts for this application - search for "POWERTEC QTB1002 Tee Bolt" (or T-bolt) on Amazon and elsewhere. They don't come with the break-away feature found on the brass Toilet bolts. They also come in 1/4" and 516" inch diameters and are rathe...
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