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Hello! Can you vary the ingredients to change the temperatures at which the "snowflakes" form? I'm guessing that is one of the reasons for such precise weighing of the ingredients. Could it be done such that the flakes would form at, let's say 70 deg. F rather than a lower temperature? We have a mfg. globe that is hard and confusing to read. Thanks!
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Amazingly great job for a "first timer". Your daughter may not have appreciated the work you put forth vs her other gifts. But then again, she's four years old. When she's older, and all the other gifts she now prefers have been long gone, she'll still have the uke her dad made for her with his own hands. Well done!
Hello. Nice job! But how fragile is the finished product? Can you handle it with reasonable care? What if you accidentally drop it? Thanks.
Neat project!I bought a brand new Scout II XLC in 1975. It was painted white on the top and "Grenoble Green" on the bottom. I may still have a can of the original touch-up paint in a spray can.
First of all, nice job.May I suggest for those of us that get lazy at times... The "big box" stores sell items for chain link fences that I have used in the past. One is the galvanized chain link gate clip for about a dollar each. It is 14 gauge metal and can easily be re-fashioned without heat into a coat hanger, etc. The second item is a chain link fence galvanized tension bar for about a dollar per foot. It can be "cold-fashioned" into all sorts of projects that require fairly sturdy, pre-finished flat stock.I DO like your hangers though. There is something great about a "new metal" project, isn't there!
Hello. You initially heated the file before shaping it enough to lose its magnetic properties. You then re-heat it at a later step to again lose its magnetic properties. Did they come back when cooled? Please explain.
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