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My indoor Mint garden has aphids!!! I pulled 10 -20 off (all I could find) but I'm sure there are more! Also, I am worried that Ladybugs would die because it is a small plant (pot is 6x18 inches) and indoors. Furthermore, it is winter and freezes so the mint will die outside. How can I kill the aphids but still be able to use the mint?
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I posted an entry a while back and have been accused of copying someone else's design. This entry had a link to a youtube showing the project in action. This project is my own design but I did not want any conflict so I removed the youtube. Now I would like to remove the instructable entry that has the link to the youtube. How can I remove a previous post?
Question by KenS12 | last reply
Just got my first set of Invisalign trays today and am close to giving up. Two nails folded over backwards, and another just tore to the quick... typing this is not easy. Got home and tried to shape a toothbrush handle to what made sense (didn't work) and then yanked with a 000 crochet hook. (Visions of emergency rooms dancing in my head). I've just ordered a set of Outies, although the reviews say the plastic is brittle and breaks easily. So, ible family, you are the people most likely to have come up with the perfect tool or method. Please share your wisdom.
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A few years ago I got my first x-acto knife. Of course, me being 12 years old I started cutting without thinking of consequences. Now My desk is all scratched up... There are also some Ferric chloride stains on the desk and I may have spilled some superglue on it, too. My desk is made of wood and has a shiny white layer over it, picture's down there Now here is my question: Is it possible to remove the scratches? By painting it or putting a layer of x over it? If not, how can I get the scratches to be less noticable? And how do I remove superglue and Fe(III)Cl stains?
Question by dunnos | last reply
I'm doing a project utilizing old vodka bottles, and cannot find any info out there on removing the lettering.
Question by BrookAnne | last reply
We have just bought an old house and there are stips on the ceiling and walls. Are the strips just covering the joins of the boards and if so, are they able to be removed and the gaps sealed?
My sister in law used paint thiner ( a drop) over top of the wart 2-3 x a day......for about 1 week......worked really well!!! nail polish also works great!!!! She said that you can use nail polish over top of the wart......this prevent the wart from breathing and sufficates it causing it to dry up and fall off......Duck tape doesn't work and is a pain my husband did this method and it was a total waste of time.
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How can you dissolve the silicon (and possibly solder) off of a PCB to leave the copper traces? Thanks
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Film is scratched, leaving me with spots :(
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I am a bit stuck and usually this does not happen too often :(Got a lazy Susan with two glass plates and the bearing sitting in two aluminium disks.The thing still works fine but the plates were never really centered properly.Starts to drive me nuts that it is always "wobbling"...My first attempt was to figure out if the glue might just be hot glue, so I gently heated it all up.Was a not go but didn't expect it to be that simple.Next try was to use some clay around the aluminum disk and then fill the dam with acetone to dissolve the glue.It did not even soften it a bit :(To make it complete I also tried it with Methye Ethyl Ketone as it never failed me but it seems the glue used is chemical resistant.In terms of echanic tried with a thin bladed tool but can't get it into the non existing gap between glass and aluminium.And even braided fishing line seems to fail as after about 20 minutes of trying to get in the glue I got nowhere.My last resort would now be to put it in the oven and slowly heat it up until the glue fails.Problem is that I highly doubt the Lazy Susan is meant to tolerate this and that it will crack.There is also the bearing and possible grease to consider as I have no clue yet whether or not I can take the disks apart to get to the bearing.Is there any good idea or tip that I missed that I can try before risking to heat it up?In case you wonder: The disk is about 5mm out of center...
Question by Downunder35m | last reply
I have a broken, old Mead Trapper Keeper that has a snap system for closure. I want to take these buttons off of it somehow to use on one of my projects, such as a clutch or a purse or something. I am stumped on how to take them off though. Has anyone done this, or can anyone tell me what to do, or how to remove these?
Question by Jessie Marie | last reply
Has anyone found a way of removing the brown 'Original' Gorilla Glue from skin. Earlier today I picked something up by the wrong side which I'd just coated in the stuff. I've just spent 20 minutes washing and scrubbing my hands as per their FAQs and have just about lost the stuff, but has anyone come up with a miracle way of removing it? Note that this is the brown foaming polyurethane glue; not the cyanoacrylate type.
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I need to make a decal/sticker that will withstand heat, sweat and humidity as well as remove easily from plastic without damaging the case. What is the best type of adhesive and/ore decal paper that copes well with the conditions stated above? I'm working on a project that I wish to remain discreet about.
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Hi people! I have spilled resin (for crafting) over a pair of jeans and now it makes a hard spot where the resin has cured. I think I've ruined the trousers (obviously...) but I've seen someone on another thread saying that to remove epoxy you just have to heat it. But does it work on cured epoxy resin? That has been in the washing machine more than once? Thanks for your answers :)
Question by Lauriosaurus | last reply
As years passed by, I've noticed that I now have some blackheads & whiteheads in some area of my nose, and so I went to a derm clinic and have some facial treatment, but after few weeks, it still came back. I'm thinking of going back to dermclinic but it's too expensive, that's why I want to know if there's another way of removing it that wont cost that much, and perhaps an herbal way i'd prefer.
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Last time I wore my favorite purple velvet skirt out dancing, it rained! The skirt now has a bunch of water spots: both from direct raindrop hits, and from splash-up from a nice long hike through said rain. The spots stayed through drycleaning. How can I get them out?
Question by canida | last reply
Please, it's urgent. I've broken a metal cross-head screw, there is nothing for the screwdriver to cling to. I cannot preform the hammer method due to the object the screw is stuck in being plastic, and I can't afford to break the plastic. Please, I need you to help me. Dylan P.S This is a nerf gun (the hornet) and the screw is near the cocking mechanism.
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I have a 30+ year old motorhome which has several hoses that I need to remove from engine cooling and heater connections. They are stuck to the "pipe" they are mounted to and the pipe is fairly fragile brass. I can certainly try to cut them off but I don't want to scratch or damage the pipes. It would even be nice to just be able to remove and reuse the hoses but I can't see how that is possible. Thanks in advance for any help! Patrick
Question by Baytonian | last reply
I'm trying to remove a partially destroyed sticker from my motorcycle. The sticker uses a very strong glue (The strongest I've ever seen). The sticker is glued on the plastic windscreen. Alcohol doesn't work, and I don't want to use nail polish remover because it will damage the windscreen. Any ideas?
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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.
Question by _bradylee | last reply
Hi there. I bought some acrylic aquarium gems that are multicolored and translucent. These gems have some scratches and blemishes on them that aren't an issue at a distance, but I'm planning on making some jewelry with them, and when examined I want them to be clear and pristine as possible. Do you have any ideas on how I can achieve this without damaging the gems? Thanks in advance!
Question by IrishSnow35 | last reply
How to remove mirror decals? I want to remove a couple of letters that appear to have been decaled or painted onto the mirrror. I'm only concerned that if I try to remove them, that there may not be a mirror reflection behind the decal. Has anyone had any experience with this, and if removable, what did you use to take them off?
Question by Lorelei28 | last reply
i just removed two wall lamps that were hot wired directly into the wall. I capped the two wires, put a plate over the box, and then filled in the indentation. Is this an acceptable way to do this, or should I have disabled the hot wire?
Question by johngoogle | last reply
2 layer flower bed that i want to be removed. however the flower bed is made out of railroad ties and steel bolts. however the concern i have is wwhen i remove the flower bed is i dont wantt my back yard flooded . behind me is a cementary and belived that is why the flower bed is s o high. i went around and ask my neighbors and none have this high flower bed and i want something level to the ground.
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