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Thanks for adding your experience. I have not actually used these for long term outside projects. They do last on indoor projects as I have never to date had one fail. CHADOVISION
Thanks for the extra tips. Actually I did mention the bike shop thing in the post, definitely a good place to try.Have fun out there.Chadovision
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We use cheese strings, Gouda (wrapped in Wax) and baby bell cheese (wrapped in wax). These kind of cheese don't seem to mind being out of the fridge for a week or so.You can then use the wax as fuel to help keep your fire going in bad weather.
In Canada we can't have a 'hand gun' unless you are using it at a gun range, so there is really no point to own one. But there maybe a few hunting rifles close by in a safe if SHTF...;-)
Thanks for the comments.I plan of putting a sling shot band in this kit at some point. It can be used as a tourniquet as well.Yes condoms would be a great add, but I have a couple of the clear produce bags that you get at the grocery store to put you loose fruit and veggies in, in my kit. These are great for collecting water or making water stills etc. so I do have water collection covered.
Great comments thanks.Tinder box is on my todo list.I will need to look into the fat render comment a bit more.The rest of the items I have but they just didn't make this Instructable. I took all the pictures on a day at the cabin and this is what I had. Kind of a 20/20 thing. Should of/Could of/Would of. Thanks for posting though and taking the time to have a look.
Apocalypse - Survival Prep: Bug-out bag - EDCView Instructable »
It actually worked out really well. We added dehydrated hamburger and dehydrated peppers, mushrooms and onions as well as spices. I will for sure do this every time. Nothing beats a hot back country spaghetti meal.
As long as you are not drilling holes in the cabinets, you can remove this for sure. Like other have said you could use 'Velcro' or place the strips on to yard sticks. There is lots of ways to make this removable. I just wanted to give building blocks here, since everyone has a different application and idea.Hope that helps.
I used one of these: https://montrealimport.com/en/31-power-supply-12-volts-led-strip-Depending on your run of LEDs you can chose 1, 2, or 5 amps. There are some hardwired ones too for all those guys who talked about that on the comment threads.
Just to tack the LEDs in place until the silicone dried. I am not a fan of using "scotch tape" for this as over time the edges collect dust and eventually it looks bad. The silicone is a more permanent solution from my perspective.
Agreed,The quality of these component can be really out to lunch since most of them come from overseas with no control. There are some really great LED tape suppliers (http://modalight.com/flexible-linear.html) / power supply suppliers (Meanwell - http://www.meanwell.com/) out there, but they will charge you up to 10x times more then the product I purchased. If I was a contractor looking for 100% quality guarantee, I'd want to meet my supplier or the lighting agency in person. Since this was for my personal use I picked a less expensive, direct sell brand.
Agreed, I just couldn't be bothered this time. I have quite a few joints and didn't want to solder. Yes solder is more reliable, just not as convenient. I find since everything is glued down the joints stay fine with the clamp fitting, on this application.
Hey Newoldbuilder,Step 2 - Yes the switch is the small little thing with the red and black wires.https://montrealimport.com/en/led-strip-led-ribbon...Step 5 - The little clear pieces you see are the silicone covering on the LED strips. If you purchase the water proof version it is coated completely with silicone. Since this is in the kitchen I figured it was worth getting the water proof stuff. You need to peal and cut this off to attach the jumper cables. Just throw them away.Connecting the connectors - I don't want to post someone else's video but if search "How to Splice Extension Jumper Cables PCB LED Strip" on YouTube there is a great video on how to connect these. It is just a press fit connection like closing a snap.Step 9 - Yes I just start the bead on one side of t…
Hey Newoldbuilder,Step 2 - Yes the switch is the small little thing with the red and black wires.https://montrealimport.com/en/led-strip-led-ribbon...Step 5 - The little clear pieces you see are the silicone covering on the LED strips. If you purchase the water proof version it is coated completely with silicone. Since this is in the kitchen I figured it was worth getting the water proof stuff. You need to peal and cut this off to attach the jumper cables. Just throw them away.Connecting the connectors - I don't want to post someone else's video but if search "How to Splice Extension Jumper Cables PCB LED Strip" on YouTube there is a great video on how to connect these. It is just a press fit connection like closing a snap.Step 9 - Yes I just start the bead on one side of the bottom of the cabinet and then go over top the tape and finish on the other side. Just adding this little continuous bridge help tremendously keep the tape from falling down. I tacked the tape with masking tape while the silicone dried then pealed off the masking tape. This add-on is virtually invisible. Hope this helps.CHADOVISION
LED Tape - Under Cabinet Lighting - No soldering!View Instructable »
Since I am not an expert by any means here, my "leather" was more like died leaves. So you could grind it to powder. I left it in flakes and will re-hydrate from that. I am going on my trip next weekend and will experiment on the re-hydrating part.I am positivly opomistic taht it will work out just fine.
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When we camp, we will put the veggies in a pot with some water, or even in a zip lock bag around lunch and then by supper time they are ready.Something like mushrooms you can put right in the sauce and the came back fast.The fruit is good dried so we rarely re-hydrate.
Yes my dehydrator only has a low heat and a fan. So its on and off. That is it.
I find that it is just a faster dry. I don't have the option of temp. Mine is just on and off. I would say in my experience low heat is better and faster then no heat.
Thanks, it was fun making.
The dehydrator does all the work. When i say we let cool, we mean that we unplug the machine and just then everything get to room temperature.
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Yes everything is 12 hours. I put it on after supper and its all done in the morning.
The vinegar makes the zucchini taste like Salt and Vinager chips.
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