Splash Proof Notebook

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Introduction: Splash Proof Notebook

I work in wet environents and making notes is a pain when you are hanging on the sharp end of a ropein the rain. So this little item has saved the day on many ocations. It is not entirly fail proof but works well ans is almost free

Step 1: Grease Proof Paper Is the Main Ingredient

Cut a strip of grease proof paper. The more paper the thicker your note pad will be.

Step 2: Folding the Paper

First fold the paper in half lengthways.And the in halves till you have the required size.

Step 3: Making the Splash Proofs Covers

Use duck tape to make two covers for note book

Step 4: Bibding the Thing

stapel the covers on the precut/ pre stapled grease proof paper.then cover the staples with duck tape.

Step 5: A a Elastic Band to Keep the Hole Thing in Place

A a elastic band to keep the hole thing in place

Step 6: Done


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    8 Comments

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    meyeco
    meyeco

    14 years ago

    Yeah, as TheCeese9921 asked above, "what would you use to write with?"

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    akinich
    akinich

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    a pencil?!?!?!?!?!?!?!!!!!!!!!! duh

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    zachninme
    zachninme

    14 years ago

    You can probably use this underwater?

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    TheCheese9921
    TheCheese9921

    14 years ago

    instead of greaseproof paper could you use wax paper instead but what would you use to write with???

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    Neodudeman
    Neodudeman

    14 years ago

    Hey, that's pretty cool! But why do you hang from a rope in the rain?

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    zeel
    zeel

    Reply 14 years ago

    i am a rope access techi.abseiling doing concrete testsand the like.

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    radiorental
    radiorental

    Reply 14 years ago

    because it stops people coming up to you and saying 'stop standing iaround n the rain' very cool project, there is a brand of notepads designed for this, and this is an excellent example of how not to pay for them (o; well documented