Asked by Pranjal Joshi 6 years ago
My kid, Shelia Porkita, hates to even have her hooves touched and they are so long they are curling up. i can't pay a vet to do it and i will probably have no assistance from anyone. Please help!
I am looking for advice on keeping my beard, which is becoming unruly already, trimmed and groomed. I mean, I did a search and didn't find anything really useful. In the spirit of Ogden Nash, I bring you an Edward Lear limerick: There was an old man with a beard,Who said: "It is just as I feared!Two owls and a hen, Four larks and a wrenHave all built their nests in my beard". Before and after pictures (in reverse order)...
Posted by Goodhart 9 years ago
My AC Return/Supply is in my garage and appears to have some cheesy work done by the construction workers when they installed it, keep in mind this house is 10+ years old. I was hoping to replace and re-install some new drywall and was hoping for some recommendations on how to approach this situation. See photos for details.
Posted by bprins 4 years ago
I need some professional advice. I need to decide on a sink for my future apartment (under construction) and I don't have the choices I like. I really want an undermount sink with a satin finish - and it's hard to come around where I live (South America). I have found a satin finish drop-in type sink, and I am wondering if it could be cut to be used as an undermount sink. My question is, will the bowl of the sink warp if the frame is cut? The sink I want to cut looks like this but without the strainer on the left. Red lines indicate how I would like to cut the sink. Thanks for your time, Colorex
Posted by colorex 4 years ago
I've been etching brass for a couple years now, but need a better way to cut and trim my plates than a hack saw and a straight edge... What's the best power tool for getting straight edges on thin brass plates? I've been thinking scroll saw or band saw, but I've been told that band saw blades will walk. would a scroll saw be a good idea?
Posted by gschoppe 9 years ago
Asked by LawnBoy1991 9 years ago
Would it be possible to take the trim off of the top of a 42 gallon hexagonal aquarium or would the aquarium fall apart?
I was thinking about making my aquarium into an open-topped aquairum, and the trim would take away from the effect. Would the aquarium fall apart or would the silicone hold it? It would still have the bottom trim. I'm probably not going to do this but I would like to know if I could try it.
Asked by _bradylee 6 years ago
I need to make a prop, the base of which is essentially an open upside down box of around 75cm x 75cm x 75cm. i was going to use a large cardboard box but it needs to be able to pack down as flat as possible for transportation and needs to be able to survive potential rain. i'm thinking i could drill a hole in both faces of each end of 12 strips of pvc angle trim (the stuff used around windows and doors), bolt it all together as a frame and attach corrugated plastic panels as the box faces. do you think the resulting box would be rigid enough to survive a few accidental knocks and kicks without collapsing? i'm not intending to add any load to the box other than a few blocks of carved foam for panel decoration.
Posted by ambientvoid 1 year ago
Hey guys. I'm new to these forms so please bear with me. I'm looking to undertake this project: Snes bluetooth Controller Mod https://www.instructables.com/id/Bluetooth-SNES-controllergamepad/ My goal is to be able to fit the keyboard into the Snes controller. My question is would you be able to cut off some of the unused keys on the bluetooth keyboard and still keep it functional?
Posted by Vega 034 3 years ago
how do I trim a straw hat with fresh flowers? Is there any way to incorporate a water supply into the trim somehow?
How long will greenery last before wilting? I plan to be outside all day.
I would like to buy a regular rectangular area rug and round off one of the corners (can't buy this shape). Is there a good way to do this?
Asked by ScarlettG1 2 months ago
I replaced the trim motor last year. Yesterday I find when pressing the up/down buttons, no response. All I hear is a clicking coming from both Siemens relays. Does this clicking indicate that they are both working and breaking the series ground contact like they should. If yes, what do I look for and check next?? If no, do I just replace both relay's?? Thank you all very much for the help because I need to get back on the water. BassinJim
Asked by BassinJim 8 years ago
As with Oldestgeek, ether trim the channel in the saddle to account for depth of the piezo bar or trim the bridge (I would recommend lowering the channel in the saddle as you need the bridge to push cleanly down on the piezo) This lowers the action and prevents the upper register from becoming shar...
We are tiling around our new tub and about 3/4 of the way up the wall. We have a window that is just off the tub, so the tile will wrap around about half of the window. We aren't sure what the best way to go about this job is. We have the green board moisture-resistant drywall up, and are planning to use a primer and then begin tiling. I need to know the best method for going around the window, which we plan to trim. Would we trim first and then butt the tiles up against the trim? Any suggestions would be very much appreciated!
Asked by BCJennyP 8 years ago
Yes I am replacing my grover tuners with planet wave auto trims on my epiphone les paul custom silverburst and the holes on the head stock dont seem to allow the new tuning machines to go through, is this because the hole is tapered from the grovers or do I need to bore the hole out. how do I do this?
Posted by travisw 7 years ago
I want to have a cloak for the new harry potter theme at universal in Orlando. I went to this site " http://www.twinrosesdesigns.com/Cloaks%20for%20Sale.html " and looked at one called "Black Wool Cloak with Celtic Knot Trim" half way down the page, which I think is similar to the "Black 100% Wool Flannel Full Circle Cloak with Silver Knotwork Trim" located above it.While it gives the measurements and some of the materials used, I was wondering if it's possible to make it for $50 or less instead of the $155 dollars they want.
Asked by ChrisEnder 8 years ago
I'm trying to fit a pre-cut mirror glass (rescued from a $5 Wal-Mart mirror) into the back of a shadow box. The mirror itself is not quite square, so there is one corner and part of the adjacent edge which won't quite fit into box (about 0.5 mm overlap). If this was wood or plastic, I'd grab some sandpaper and bring the edge down to fit. Is there an equivalently easy, but safe, method for doing the same with glass (3 mm thick)?
Asked by kelseymh 5 years ago
How can I adhere silvery looking (aluminum) foil to an old plastic hand held calculator? Heat? Pressure?
Asked by marian1936 8 years ago
I have standard wood windows in our home where we should have spent the money and bought good, double-pane aluminums, but didn't so.... I need some advice. These windows I have are too new, to replace. There are small recesses on the exterior of the wood window frames where I want to insert permanent glass/plexiglass cover for insulation. I need advice on what framing I can use, similar to a poster frame trim where I can install it around the glass, then slide it into the window recess. I’d like to use an aluminum trim that is fairly narrow that would look good. I find framing trim that has slots I can slide the glass into, but what I’m finding is too thick. I only have about quarter inch I can insert to. Any advise?
Posted by opc167 7 years ago
Well it appears that there is FUNGUS?!?! in my bathroom. Because our bathroom was never finished off properly, the shower leaks down the side and seeps into the wood trimming around the door on the right side. Well all it had done till now as get black with mold, but there is F****** fungus growing out (key word is OUT of the wood) of the trimming. Anyone got any ideas what I can do? Bomb it with some bleach? Anyone want a picture? It freaked me out when I saw it :PUpdate:Pictures, I had to take my laptop and webcam into my bathroom :-/
Posted by Punkguyta 10 years ago
Hi i have a boat with trim tabs, they can be used to steer the boat,yhe engine that move the pump is an dc 12 v with the left,righ and both function controled by 2 6 pin switches, i need control this engine by a circuit for timed functions like circle,s and others based on time and movement of the trim tabs, or add 2 separate dc motors to controll individualli each tab similar to an rc remote with flight paterns preprogramed but instead of servos,this will control the left and right functions on the switch
Asked by rsalvarez 8 years ago
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Posted by elecsound33 11 years ago
I need a timer that will mechanically operate a wall switch for a light. I've seen a device years ago for sale in the various "gadget" catalogs that did exactly this. It attached to the trim plate around the light switch using the 2 trim plate screws. A battery powered digital timer operated a mechanical slide to operate the wall switch. I can't find this device anywhere now. I know there are many electronic timers that replace the wall switch and have timer capability, most do not work with compact flourescent lights. I'd really like to find a timer for sale or get some ideas on a simple way to make such a device. Thanks for any help. Scott
Posted by tscottme 9 years ago