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Well, the delivery guy said that he doesn't know why I have to pay so I called FedEx Hungary and they said that I had to pay VAT because the value exceeds 22 euros, it just struck me as odd because I never had to pay a dime for the 10+ prizes I previously won, all of which exceeded 22 euros.
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Thank you for your comment, I corrected the less/fewer thing but there might still be other mistakes, English is not my native language (it's my third actually). As for petroleum products: they're not very popular in these parts, so beeswax was an obvious choice, not only because of my phobia of crude oil derivatives, but because of availability.
I see no reason why teak wouldn't work, probably better than pine (being a hardwood), but I have no experience working with teak, so I'm only guessing. You should give it a try, maybe make two: burn one, but leave the other as is just to see how they compare.
Little Planet Photography
Couldn't agree more :))
I went with the Shou Sugi Ban term because it is the one mostly used and it's recognizable even for "laymen" and "Charred Pine Cutting Board" doesn't sound too exotic, but yes, you are right. Thank you for your comment!
Actually a small torch is better because it's easier to control and you can direct the flame exactly where you want it. Thanks for your comment!
I'm glad you liked it!You can do it over a gas stove or any open flame, it might take a bit longer but you can achieve the same results, just be wary of any smoke detectors and wear protection. Don't forget to post pictures.
I'm glad you found it useful, don't forget to post pictures when you do make it.
Thanks for reading!
Either you have a method that is faster and more efficient than mine or you have a lot of patience and time :)
This is long exposure if I'm not mistaking, it never crossed my mind that it can be used to create multiplicity photos.
It's never too late!
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It doesn't mater, they just have to be longer than the length you want to cut them to.
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This brings back memories, I tattooed the whole neighborhood (including myself) with a machine made on the same principles, using a Walkman motor and printer ink.Thanks!
Well, I started making this instructable about a month ago, but documenting everything and writing the text triples the the time I spend on a project.
I do that every year :)
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I haven't checked, to tell you the truth, but I'm still convinced I'm safe because these apartment buildings were built 40+ years ago, when there wasn't a drive to make everything with the cheapest and least amount of materials, they have 50cm thick brick walls and 25cm reinforced concrete floors that extend into the balconies. Also the earth and water doesn't weigh more than a max. of 250kg, approx. the weight of 3 adults, so I'm sure I'm safe.Thanks for your comment!
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Commercial green onions are usually grown from seed, they're just young onions, as they age they grow a bulb and the green part dies off by the end of the season, these are the onion bulbs you buy at the store. But the onions are in fact biannual plants, meaning that in order to reach maturity, the bulbs will sprout the next year and eventually go to seed. So by planting onion bulbs we emulate this second year, the warmth and moisture makes the onion "think" it's spring and starts sprouting.
Thanks for reading.
I had onion bulbs sprouting in the cellar with practically no light at all, but the leaves were yellow/whiteish, if you want proper green green onions, then the more light the better. Furthermore: you don't even need to plant them in dirt or potting soil, any medium that holds moisture would do, be it sawdust, mineral wool, peat moss, etc., you don't need nutrients in the growing medium since they'll just consume the bulb in order to grow leaves.
Sure it works.
The purpose is green onions, you can't grow from seed in the winter without artificial lights. Plus this is way faster than growing from seed, a shortcut to green onions.
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Lol, you sure drink a lot of water, you could colonize a planet with stuff you can pack in 80 bottle caps :p
I can't argue with that, I'm just saying that there is a more practical way to check if your remote works, still a good instructable for people interested in or learning electronics, nonetheless.
Well, that's not a clock anymore, is it? I mean: a clock shows time, but I just can't imagine how this Stylish Pattern Clock would work if the dials are tied together, please explain it to me.
Adding a shield never crossed my mind, great idea!
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Or you could just use your phone's camera...
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Great, I'm glad you found it useful.
I bought them on dx.com, but you can find them on most of those chinese retail websites.
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