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I would imagine because they're one sided and you would use another glued to the back of the first. The author skipped the step regarding the ruler assembly but it is an interesting project and may be a rainy day build in my shop. Good work.
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Super cool! Would love to see a video posted of it in action!
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A piece of tape, toilet paper, a rag, or white bread will also work.
Unless incredibly light, the ring should still be in the bottom of the P-Trap.
I like to use the "rip cord" style drain cleaners for most of my drains. They are cheap at usually $1.00 for two at most dollar stores and can clean a wide number of drains. They'll usually break up that mass without needing disassembly of the drain popper.
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It is recommended to use distilled water due to the contaminates left behind. Most often what you find left behind is calcium buildup, also known as scale. To battle this, use a solution of equal parts white vinegar and water, submerse your reservoir. After allowing it so soak awhile, remove it and scrub lightly with an old toothbrush or a non-abrasive scrub pad every hour or so or so until it comes clean. You can use the time constraints loosely as I usually let mine soak for an hour, scrub, then let it soak for a few more hours. The vinegar breaks down the calcium and allows it to be removed from your reservoir and your heating plate but can only do so on contact. Lightly scrubbing removes the top loose layers and then allows the solution to then start to attack the next layer. ...
It is recommended to use distilled water due to the contaminates left behind. Most often what you find left behind is calcium buildup, also known as scale. To battle this, use a solution of equal parts white vinegar and water, submerse your reservoir. After allowing it so soak awhile, remove it and scrub lightly with an old toothbrush or a non-abrasive scrub pad every hour or so or so until it comes clean. You can use the time constraints loosely as I usually let mine soak for an hour, scrub, then let it soak for a few more hours. The vinegar breaks down the calcium and allows it to be removed from your reservoir and your heating plate but can only do so on contact. Lightly scrubbing removes the top loose layers and then allows the solution to then start to attack the next layer. You may also use a full strength vinegar solution if you'd like but be careful of splashing it in your eyes and it can be a little irritating to your skin. Be sure to rinse your reservoir well following the procedure, also making sure your o-rings are clean as well, dry it, then let it air out for as long as you can manage to alleviate the residual odor. Nice 'able!
First off, I appreciate your 'able. However it just seems that your "automatic" switch is just a switched outlet that you have both your vacuum and saw installed on. I'm not sure what qualifies this as automatic when the operator is turning on and off both of the devices manually (albeit with once switch).
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This would be especially handy if I were cutting several bolts at once by drilling several holes in succession, minding the gap needed for the bolt heads. Good idea if you don't have extra nuts available or the bolt is so small you can't hold it while cutting it.
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I'm buying a new 3 wheel golf bag cart today and I definitely think I'm gonna make my old 2 wheeler into this for my mom! She loves to putter around the yard and this will carry all her tools and odds and ends. I might make a folding seat/bench to attach to it as well. If I make it, I'll post it! Great idea!
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Well I was just gonna use some socks or buy some premade. I might have to see what I can come up with. Only thing is, I'm not sure how many I could fit to have it still be functional. Might have to just be a highlight piece. Either way, nice idea!
Exactly what I was thinking! All it needs is a little lipstick and no one would even bother saying a thing lol
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Excellent video and instructable! Just a tip, with wood even that thick, a coping saw and a drilling a hole could have cut your hole for your fan. That way on your next projects you won't have to rely on that incompetent carpenter! If you didn't have the saw or the drill, and could still obtain the blade, a hammer and nail, I think you could probably fashion one yourself. But again, great project and I hope to see more soon!
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Very nice idea. You may want to tie a knot before and after your hole for the handle. That way the slack in the handle won't fall back into your fan blades as seen in your "personal fan" example. But either way, a very cool build!
Nice build! I subbed to your YT channel.
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