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Thanks for sharing this idea. I wouldn't have thought about lacquer first to seal the wood. This will be great for many applications.
This has my gears turning as well. Nice instructable and an interesting idea, great job. = )
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Nice article. Reminds me of my using toothpicks to tighten loose (rattling) kitchen cabinet door insets. Open a loose cabinet door, insert toothpick(s) into any loose gaps as far as you can by hand, then break toothpick(s) off. Works great on glass insets as well. Also works on furniture with rattling glass door insets. I always keep a supply of toothpicks and wooden chopsticks...there are just too many great uses for these around the house.
Call me crazy, but I still love using pencils to write and draw with. Nothing better for brainstorming. I guess the younger generation might think these are unusual, however, I think the comments have more unusual uses for pencils than the instructable. But without the instructable, we'd have no comments. Therefore, good job! =)
Sorry, but coconut oil provides almost no sun protection. Please don't gullible on this. Skin cancer is serious enough not to risk it.
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We should all be so lucky as to not need anything like this. Nice solution, well executed and presented.
I wish I'd thought of this. Well done!
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