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Thanks for the video and idea. Very practical and cool. I had some ideas that might be helpful to you and your followers. 1. The idea of the BBQ grill on the bottom is good, and why not use the sand blasting setup to clean the grill and drip plates? There is always buildup that can't be reached during cleanup. I will be using this to do a (much) better finishing job of my high quality BBQ I am selling. 2. Templates: I was thinking that using the plain decorative square sheets that adhere to windows and provide privacy without loss of light might work well as they can be placed on a flat surface to cut, and might be reusable.
What a simple yet very useful idea!
Thanks for your reply I have increased my knowledge about patching drywall and plaster. :)
If I recall accurately I think that there is a spray that can be applied and protects the stainless steel from water and other marks. Sorry I don't know the brand name of the product.
That's a cool technique. Looks pretty easy to me. When I was starting out doing my first drywall job I could have used this advice as I was pretty nervous. It will be something to pass along when I meet someone who is doing their first job or dislikes dry walling. I was surprised like another member that you didn't use anything to hold it up. I can picture myself standing on a ladder holding up the patch until the mud is dry. Okay not really, maybe when if I was doing it for the first time. I suppose that sinking a few drywall screws might help.Is this actually faster to repair compared with cutting the hole larger? Perhaps it is faster if the spot is difficult to reach? I'm curious, would you use this technique if it was along let's say a hallway or stairway wall? Thanks for the great ...
That's a cool technique. Looks pretty easy to me. When I was starting out doing my first drywall job I could have used this advice as I was pretty nervous. It will be something to pass along when I meet someone who is doing their first job or dislikes dry walling. I was surprised like another member that you didn't use anything to hold it up. I can picture myself standing on a ladder holding up the patch until the mud is dry. Okay not really, maybe when if I was doing it for the first time. I suppose that sinking a few drywall screws might help.Is this actually faster to repair compared with cutting the hole larger? Perhaps it is faster if the spot is difficult to reach? I'm curious, would you use this technique if it was along let's say a hallway or stairway wall? Thanks for the great tutorial.
Thanks! That's good news. Scott
Great DIY project! Do you think that the sand blasting or another media could be used on the underside of a car to remove rust? Yes, a Canadian problem caused largely from the road salt used to melt the snow on the roads. I cannot see why it wouldn't work, but need to put some thought into before actually proceeding. The one thing that comes to mind is it may be necessary to cover the brakes to prevent sand from penetrating, but then again as soon as the car starts rolling it should shake and blow off.
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Thx I'll take a look at your link.
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It's also my understanding that the higher the CRI the better the quality. Can you confirm this information? Thx
That's a sweet little cart you created for the Dust Deputy.
Thanks for sharing your project it's going to be helpful to me by being organized because of better use of my small space. I think it might be possible to mount the pvc holders vertically too if one wanted to.
Thanks for this idea. It will help me use the small space that I have more efficiently and keep me organized. Happy!
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Uber Cool! I see the other so called electrical and other police have had their say. My thought is about the ergonomics. An enormous amount of time and effort has gone into planning the look and much of the functionality. What about comfort? The woman sitting in the tub with so few pillows and even with the carpet it is not going to be a comfortable relaxed experience. Maybe off the shelf pillows is all that is needed spread one's body weight making it comfortable. I think that some more thought is required about what and where to place cushions or cushioning so the user's weight is accommodated in multiple positions. A bath is frequently thought of as something to luxuriate in and that is the final piece of this project that needs tweaking - OR better yet, another project or contest!
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So just to complicate things lets say the people with the CO2/tube idea use the tube and insert a needle into their own arm, and take their own blood and let it slowly drip into the bottle trap while watching t.v. Yes, that sounds right. ;-)
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Very cool. It might help kids get off using their devices and onto their bikes. It would be a lot of fun, and they are certainly going to be seen for safety. FYI you can purchase the lighting strips for $5 - 10 each if you buy from China. Aliexpress, DHGate, Gearbest are some of the most reliable sites to purchase from. How does rainy weather affect the lights and battery packs? Is there an alternate way to affix the lights without having to 3D print clips?Did you consider weaving between the spokes as an alternative? Are the light strips fragile particularly the material they are printed on?Thanks!
Of course, like the others the answer is not complicated just need to keep it simple. This does just that! Great!
BTW your instructions are so clearly illustrated and described a refreshing change for us DIYers.
Sweet. They look really good, a nice change from the typical wood available from retail stores.
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