My instructable published but it is not visible.

My instructable says it published but the picture is darker that it should be and when I click on it I get this message: We're sorry, we couldn't find that one! I hope it isn't lost. The URL for the instructable is: https://www.instructables.com/id/22-Bit-Binary-Counter-for-Atmega328/ I have had trouble publishing the last three instructables I have written. Am I doing something wrong? Are other people having this problem?

Posted by JRV31 2 years ago


Intro picture too dark

My instructable is published now but the picture I see when I click on Explore=>Recent is very dark. When I open the instructable the picture is right. Here is the URL: https://www.instructables.com/id/ATtiny84-Binary-Counter-Up-and-Down/ Thank you JRV31

Posted by JRV31 2 years ago


Glow in the dark fabric

I dunno if u've seen the glow graffiti but it think its an awesome idea but not worth $50 http://www.thinkgeek.com/gadgets/lights/b5ba/i just wanna take some fabric or canvas and make it glow in the dark... anyone know how i can do this?

Posted by orsinichris 9 years ago


Best dark metal for solar absorbance.

What's the best metal for absorbing sunlight? ie, darkest. It needs to be immersed in ethanol, which will dissolve pretty much any paint etc. I've tried steel with some kind of enamel or anodised layer, but the eths started eating that too. Also whatever it was seemed to reduce the heat getting into the ethanol. And are there ways of making metal darker, chemically or through heating? I've been recommended getting something rusty and using a rust converter, which turns the oxidised layer into a phosphate, which is dark and might work well. Also.. are there other characteristics I should be paying attention to in order to maximise the amount of heat transferred to the fluid, like conductivity, emissivity, etc? Cheers.

Posted by SolarFlower_org 9 years ago


The Dark Side of Crafting?

I was recently sent this update from UC Berkeley and Indiana University, and thought I would pass it along.  I have never had a brush with the "Dark Side" of crafting they describe here.  Have you? Do you sew clothes, print posters, or shop for craft supplies only to realize your craft has negative effects, e.g., on the consumer or society at-large, morally, socially, and/or legally? Do you see a “dark side” to craft? If so, UC Berkeley and Indiana University researchers conducting a research project on handcraft and computing would love to talk to you. We will conduct interviews by instant message, email, phone, or in person within the next few months. To help us with our research, please email Daniela at daniela@ischool.berkeley.edu, Jeff at jbardzel@indiana.edu, or Shaowen at selu@indiana.edu.   image blatantly stolen from pirateluv which just has so many other cool things on it too.

Posted by scoochmaroo 6 years ago


Computer room keyboard light

   I want a dimmable low-wattage led lamp to mount to my computer desk shelf. It will sit above the keyboard, shining diffuse light down but not directly at me.    I could mount it underneath with screws, or have it sit on the shelf above, looking over it.    It'll be powered by 120V 60Hz, so no batteries required.    I have two design problems that I need to solve before I start.    First, I need a diffuse light source that will light up my entire keyboard without blinding me with a direct view. This should be a warm white rather than something bluish or cold, since I don't want to lose my night vision. (I watch movies and do graphics on the computer at night.)    I haven't been able to think of anything that will fit back far and high enough that my slouched posture won't cause a problem. I thought of an opaque diffuser that the light would shine up into, but the geometry seems a little tight.    Second, I would like recommendations for the dimmer control. I want to dim the light right down to nothing, and switch it off, easily and quickly for when I'm stumbling off to bed. It needs to be a bit sturdy to handle my fumble-fingered ways, and quick to find.    I appreciate any suggestions anyone can come up with, and I'll be glad to gab on more about what I want if you have any questions.    The shelf is 28" or more from my eyes when seated at the desk, and about 30 degrees of it is currently blind to me at maximum slouchiness. It sits 6.25" above the desk, and I can easily spare 4" of clearance under it; the only other thing that has to fit there is the keyboard itself with a little wiggle room.

Posted by Trelligan 7 years ago


Free!! (Dark / Light Sensor LED Circuit)

Giving away free circuit - world's best dark / light detecting sensor circuit for LEDs... see my projects!!

Posted by pandyaketan 5 years ago


GID Vials, Tritium, TRASERS, Powders and Chemicals GLOW IN THE DARK!

TRITIUM! So I get a lot of questions from my post and instructables. Tritium Vials are Radioactive Hydrogen H3, also known as hydrogen-3 is a radioactive isotope of hydrogen. It is contained in small glass vials coated in colored phosphor then encased in glass or sealed plastics. These are commonly seen in Gun Sights, Watches (TRASERS) and some Emergency Exit Signs. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tritium_illumination Small amounts are legal and for approved uses. Read the NRC guides Typically the Trit vials are small, expensive and dim. The latest GID (Glow in the Dark) Chemsticks, LED's and GID Powders or paints seems much more effective and usable. * Cyalume, as used in a lightsticks, emits light by chemiluminescence of a fluorescent dye (also called fluorescor) activated by cyalume reacting with hydrogen peroxide in the presence of a catalyst, such as sodium salicylate. It is the most efficient chemiluminescent reaction known. up to 15% quantum efficiency. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chemiluminescence New LED low power requirements and high Lumen or light output have provided many solutions that are low cost, high power and longer lasting. GID Paint or Powders are "charged" with light or daylight sources as with your traditional kids toys or stickers. New products are brighter, glow longer and are now waterproof, have many colors and applications. http://www.4physics.com/catalog/GIDinfo.php Also this is occasionally confused with the chemical illumination. However these paints powders and materials use common phosphorescent materials include zinc sulfide and strontium aluminate. Use of zinc sulfide for safety related products dates back to the 1930s. However, the development of strontium oxide aluminate, with a luminance approximately 10 times greater than zinc sulfide, has relegated most zinc sulfide based products to the novelty category. Strontium oxide aluminate based pigments are now used in exit signs, pathway marking, and other safety related signage. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phosphorescence Hope this helps! 01/2011 - Update Source for Materials http://www.darkniteglow.com/glow-shop/ ERCK www.Candlepowerforums.com Additional Tritium Resources * U.S. NRC: http://www.nrc.gov/reactors/operating/ops-experience/grndwtr-contam-tritium.html * U.S. EPA: http://www.epa.gov/radiation/radionuclides/tritium.htm * U.S. DOE (Argonne National Lab): http://www.ead.anl.gov/pub/doc/tritium.pdf * California EPA: http://www.oehha.ca.gov/water/phg/allphgs.html * University of Idaho: http://www.physics.isu.edu/radinf/tritium.htm

Posted by erckgillis 7 years ago


Do people make requests for instructables too? + growing glowing geodes + making your own slime

Hey, I saw a instructible or two featured on here that reminded me of something that has prompted a question in my mind. Is there a typical way that people make requests for instructibles, aside from comments on existing instructables, or here in the forum? Or is this forum the typical place (I haven't scanned through to find out on my own)? Anyway, I have a request that I'll try to lay out here... In a badass local toy/education/science shop, they sell these kits of weird or "gross" science experiments. Like growing glowing geodes, making volcanoes, making glowing slime...stuff like that. The problem is, these kits are a bit pricey, but they DO have an ingredients list on the outside of the box. I took photos of the kits/lists in the store, with the idea that I could probably find info online to be able to replicate the "experiments" more cheaply by picking up the components elsewhere. I haven't gotten around to it, and so I thought Instructables would be the perfect place for people that would do the same thing and share the info to all of us. Specifically, I really want to do that glowing geode thing. Some of the other kits were pretty spiffy too, but I don't have the info in front of me to give you further details. (I'm sure I could google around, and eventually I'm sure I will).

Posted by Subvert 10 years ago


Windows - Monitor turning itself off after a few minutes.

Today I faced a problem that according to my internet research on the tablet is quite costly and annoying. First off my specs for the computer in the basic form: Windows 7 on 32GB of RAM with a decent Nvidia graphics card. Problem: After a few minutes of use the screen suddenly goes dark, like when going on standby but Windows itself still runs as normal. Quite often when it happens the screen brightness goes up to max right before the screen goes dark. Taking out the monitor cable and pluggin it back in usually gives the screen a few seconds until it goes dark again. Official solution as suggested in many forums and knowledgebases: Take check if the problem is the same when using a different video port on the card - checked and it was for me. Check it the fan is working as it could be the card shuts down from heat problems - checked and cleaned the heatsink while at it. Replace the graphics card if problem persists - Why the hell would I do that???? My solution: Take the card out. Clean it with some air, especially the heatsink and fan. If have and old school office using paper and pen you might have one of these fancy easers with a blue part that is really coarse and has some fine particles in it. They were used to remove ink or pen writings instead of pencil marks. If you don't have one take some aluminium foil and crunch it to a small ball. Use the eraser/foil to clean the contacts of the card. The gold plating should come out nice and shiny, if it still looks dull keep working it a few minutes longer. Just rub from one side to the other over the contacts. Once fully shiny remove all debris by blowing it off - pay special attention to the tiny gaps between the contacts!! If in doubt use an old toothbrush (dry and clean of course) to clean between the contacts, a cottum bud works too if you are desperate. Put the card back into the computer and you have a really high chance the monitor stays on and will work fine from now on.

Posted by Downunder35m 1 year ago


welcome to the dark side

Welcome new ones

Posted by darth acexxacer 10 years ago


Entire glow in the dark room?

Ignoring the practicalitites of expense, chemicals etc, would it be possible to paint and ENTIRE room, or at least a whole ceiling, in glow-in-the-dark paint? I'm thinking what would it be like to have an off-the-grid room that would have a useable amount of light, using glow-in-the-dark paint, for say 4 hours after sunset. Can anyone find any pictures of a room painted like this?

Posted by trialex 11 years ago


Iron Eye video

I finely finished it yeah!ok here's the video:

Posted by the_burrito_master 10 years ago


Midnight Football (soccer)

Me and my friends have just finished GCSEs and have decided to celebrate with some midnight football. We're going to be playing in a Multi Use Games Area, essentially a big cage with a goal at each end. We don't want to floodlight it, and so we're thinking glow sticks on us and around the goals. We need a way to make the football glow or been seen however and this is where you come in. Any ideas?

Posted by DELETED_CondorMcG 9 years ago


LCD contrast issue?

Just got a LCD 20X4 character screen. 10K pot connected to 5V. Can controll contrast. problem is, only 1/2 of it???"--------------FADED----------------""--------------DARK------------------""--------------FADED----------------""--------------DARK------------------"only 2/4 rows of character blocks go dark when full contrast. why is this!!!

Posted by Killa-X 10 years ago


Darkness Map date Collection Device by member gennaveeva

Too many errors in this program. Did the author ever try to upload this program.

Posted by rmas 5 years ago


Write on anything: INexpensive glow in the dark writing

Inexpensive glow in the dark writing Desired effect:Paint a Wall or furniture write on it or draw then it fades 1 less than a minute then you can draw again Materials: -1 UV LED (low power any chinese anti fake bill keychain will do) -Any surface -Common glow in the dark paint or powder Low grade Zinc sulfide glow in the dark paint (or strontium oxide aluminate glow in the dark paint ) We have to find a way to lower the performance of the compounds so that they glow for 10-40 seconds maximum instead of hours. WHAT IS NEEDED: A CHEMICAL DETERRENT TO LOWER THE PERFORMANCE OF THE PAINT: HELP IS NEEDED I DO NOT KNOW WHAT COMPOUND TO USE. (IT MUST DECREASE THE PERFORMANCE BUT NOT THE BRIGHTNESS in dim light) Help complete this instructable, (pretty please)

Posted by dejabox 11 years ago


Inexpensive glow in the dark writing: WRITE ANYWHERE

Inexpensive glow in the dark writing Desired effect:Paint a Wall or furniture write on it or draw then it fades 1 less than a minute then you can draw again Materials: -1 UV LED (low power any chinese anti fake bill keychain will do) -Any surface -Common glow in the dark paint or powder Low grade Zinc sulfide glow in the dark paint (or strontium oxide aluminate glow in the dark paint ) We have to find a way to lower the performance of the compounds so that they glow for 10-40 seconds maximum instead of hours. WHAT IS NEEDED: A CHEMICAL DETERRENT TO LOWER THE PERFORMANCE OF THE PAINT: HELP IS NEEDED I DO NOT KNOW WHAT COMPOUND TO USE. (IT MUST DECREASE THE PERFORMANCE BUT NOT THE BRIGHTNESS in dim light) Help complete this instructable, (pretty please)

Posted by dejabox 11 years ago


Harry Potter- Knitted Dark Mark Bag

I'm a big Harry Potter nerd, so a friend passed this link along to me. It's definitely cooler than just knitting house scarves!

Posted by canida 11 years ago


Inexpensive glow in the dark writing

Desired effect:Paint a Wall or furniture write on it or draw then it fades 1 less than a minute then you can draw againMaterials:-1 UV LED (low power any chinese anti fake bill keychain will do)-Any surface -Common glow in the dark paint or powder Low grade Zinc sulfide glow in the dark paint (or strontium oxide aluminate glow in the dark paint ) We have to find a way to lower the performance of the compounds so that they glow for 10-40 seconds maximum instead of hours.WHAT IS NEEDED: A CHEMICAL DETERRENT TO LOWER THE PERFORMANCE OF THE PAINT: HELP IS NEEDED I DO NOT KNOW WHAT COMPOUND TO USE. (IT MUST DECREASE THE PERFORMANCE BUT NOT THE BRIGHTNESS in dim light)Help complete this instructable, (pretty please)

Posted by dejabox 11 years ago


how do you get glow pigment into quartz (or other stones)?

I've seen a few people selling "glow in the dark natural quartz."  Obviously they've taken pieces of quartz and somehow saturated them with glow in the dark pigment of some type.  So I'm curious now.  How'd they do that?!  Anybody have any thoughts?

Posted by aliasjanedoe 5 years ago


Brush Painting a bike

I've found some glow in the dark paint, which I'm going to use to paint my bike frame. The problem is that its brush-on not spray paint. I really want a glow in the dark frame, and I can't find any glow in the dark spray paint. All the bike painting instructables use spray paint. Does anyone have some tips on how to do a good job with a brush?

Posted by kramerr 8 years ago


iRobot Destroy!

IRobot has a dark side... a very very dark side. Who knew cute little robots that sucked gunk out of your floor would turn into this:http://blog.wired.com/defense/2007/10/roomba-maker-un.html

Posted by randofo 10 years ago


glow in the dark bike

After getting hit by a car while riding at night (even though I had lights) I am considering powder-coating the frame of my bike with a glow in the dark additive. I was wondering if anyone had attempted this before, and if you had thoughts on it. Also, can you powder-coat spokes? I know powder-coating the rims is bad because it interferes with the brake pads functioning, but I'd really like my bike to be as visible as possible. 

Posted by luckbug 6 years ago


Hand Made "Mummified Faeries" on Etsy!

Isher Creations on Etsy has several hand made "mummified Faerie" displays available for sale.  Several photos of each specimen are on the site. These would make excellent displays for your dark art collection, Halloween Haunt, bookcase...wherever!  Each is in its own display case. Check it out today!

Posted by justjimAZ 7 years ago


Instructables Visits the Exploratorium

Instructables got to sneak in to check out behind-the-scenes at the Exploratorium (which happens to be at Pier 15 which is right next door to the Instructables HQ) as well as entry into the After Dark Event: Transformations.  During the private tour we were able to get more information about specific exhibits as well as a see their Exhibit Development Shop. The next After Dark event will be Fog and it will defiantly be worth checking out.  And even if that doesn't work or you aren't old enough (After Dark is an adults only event) you should plan a day trip to the Exploratorium, there is so much to see! Warning: Overload of pictures to follow! Photos by Nicole and Audrey, Videos from Sherry.

Posted by Penolopy Bulnick 4 years ago


LED drumsticks?

Just throwing the idea out there. You'd probably stick the LED in the knobbly bit of the drumstick and then learn to drum in the dark.

Posted by megziewoodles 11 years ago


FINALLY, the scorpion is complete with UV lights and GITD paint

The long awaited finishing of the Scorpion that a young aspie friend and I built together is complete:  I have installed the UV LED, and circuitry AND coated the insides with clear coat UV reactant  paint....so it glows both after the UV light is turned on, and also in the dark.

Posted by Goodhart 6 years ago


Painting a Floor

I want to paint a dining room floor. Has anyone ever painted a floor, the wood work is dark, any ideas?

Posted by cwrp 11 years ago


BPLED - The Energy Saving Search

BPLED - The Energy Saving Search> http://www.bpled.comSave Energy using a dark background

Posted by hoque 9 years ago


Comic Con came to Reno

Using my Dark-Energy stick, I raised my iPhone over the curtain to film the Trek Captain just in time to capture my family doing a selfie with Kirk while security was busy trying to prevent me from shooting over the curtains. Whaat a Rush.... ! ! !

Posted by iceng 3 years ago


How to take good pictures in fading light 'ible request

Here in England the light fades fast and i cant take instructable photos after about 5:30 pm because they look dark and crappy. Does anyone know of a cheap way to replicate natural-ish light, like a soft glow not a big glare Thanks :P (like the picture below, its too dark)

Posted by =SMART= 10 years ago


Ash Wednesday!

Hey everybody, tomorrow is Ash Wednesday! Time to celebrate!You know what that means - it's time to make your own copy of the Necronomicon, attach a chainsaw arm and settle down to watch Evil Dead 21 and Army of Darkness. Some of my friends have been doing this for well over a decade, and it's one of the best holidays outside of Halloween!1(Skip ED1 - it isn't very good.)

Posted by canida 9 years ago


Camera Problem

I was hacking a CVS camcorder to work in the dark and after removing the IR filter, The picture became blury. Can someone help me? Please.

Posted by ry25920 10 years ago


Glow in the Dark collars for Kitties

This is my first actual post though I've loved the site for a long time now. Anyhow I have two new cats, beautiful friendly, I love them to bits. The only trouble is they are very dark furred and there's been a couple of times they've hidden in plain sight. Me and my fiance are both worried about stepping on them I thought some glowing type collar would be cool. I've been searching the web for an answer and I can't really find anything so I decided to make one of my own. I have limited experience with electronics, I saw the post with an ewire I think it was called collar for dogs. I should be able to figure that out however the cat collar would be much smaller and I don't think it would comfortably sport the battery unit. I ditched the idea of glow in the dark paint (flaking and the cats probably wouldn't appreciate the fumes). I considered some glow-in-thedark hot glue.. but I don't know how to do that without making a collar look lik ea stiff, plasticy, mess. Maybe weaving some of the glow in the dark plastic laces into a collar kinda like the paracord bracelets? Anyone have any other ideas? Anyone heard of some glowing material or even glowing material dye? Thanks :)

Posted by sbabb 7 years ago


Floor lamp(s) that can be controlled from a remote control

I live in an old historic apartment building that only has over-head lights in the kitchen and bathroom. My living room, and both bedrooms have just floor lamps and bedside lamps. The problem is, if you come home when it's dark, you have to fumble through int eh dark to get to the floor lamp. I would like to have a remote control that I can fix to the wall just inside the door, so I can walk in, and basically switch on my lights, without having to grope for them in the dark.   There may already be a product on the market like this, but I cannot find one. So, I'm willing and excited about making one. Anyone got any ideas?

Posted by Dolmetscher007 3 years ago


New instructables coming soon: Announce them here!

If you have a new... something...for this group tell people about it here!

Posted by The Dark Lord 6 years ago


creating a ball mill and making thermite

I have come across a few 'instructables' which show how to create a ball mill. This mainly uses an electric powered screw driver, a plastic bottle, some ball bearings (I will use lead even though steel would suffice) some epox putty and a vice clamp.. However some points of the instructable was unclear. I came across several electric drills, where the button was situated in a place that meant it was not possible to secure to the on position, also they seem to either go to slow or too fast. Finally with the weight of a significant amount of aluminium and lead/steel balls, I found the bottle section weighed too much and caused stress on the drill bit which caused it to dislocate and fall out, or in the second case.. the motor just gave up. My two questions. 1.is there a better instructable which addresses the problem of supporting the plastic bottle . 2. would a mixture of aluminium powder and charcoal (german dark) work better than aluminium powder? would the ratio of dark powder and iron oxide change? i gather that aluminium oxidises, is that bad? i don't really see how it's possible to avoid oxidisation without the charcoal.

Posted by redkoatz 3 years ago


Instructable for building a proper light-tight box?

I tried searching for "dark box," "light box," "film box," "film processing," even for pinhole cameras. I couldn't find an I'ble which directly teaches how to make a high-quality light-tight box (felt lined, gasketed locking lid, etc.). Did I just choose poor keywords? Do any of the photo-gurus here know whether such an I'ble exists? For a couple of single-photon Physics I'bles I'm working on, I've realized that asking people to seal up a whole room and make it totally light-tight is ridiculous and impractical. I ought to get the same effect with a dark-box using a good viewport and head shroud. Rather than writing a whole I'ble myself, I'd rather cross-reference something which already exists.

Posted by kelseymh 9 years ago


We are "the dark matter of innovation"

That's what MIT's Eric von Hippel calls communities like this one. What the hell am I talking about? Check out this article. NY Times Article "How to Improve It? Ask Those Who Use It"So with the ol' Intertubes, more ideas can bubble up from the unwashed masses. I think it's freakin' great. I'd love to see a whole Diamond Age of quality knowledge culled from all areas. So what say you?

Posted by fungus amungus 11 years ago


Lost Intro text

The Intro text for my instructable TRON inspired glow in the dark drinks has vanished. Did I accidentally delete the entire step or is this some sort of bug?

Posted by ModMischief 7 years ago


Particle physics question for Kelsey or anyone else that can answer....

I am finishing up the book I am reading on Dark matter, and Mr. Krauss mentions "spontaneous symmetry breaking" (not a hard concept) creating or producing  spin-0 particles or scaler particles  (Higgs Boson?).   My question is, have any of these particles, as yet, been observed?  The book I am reading is slighty dated, and so I am not even sure it is up to date on the vacuum energy  postion towards dark matter and a flat universe.

Posted by Goodhart 7 years ago


In a dark corner

What do you do when you publish an Instructable that would be helpful to many, but its posting is delayed several days. When it finally appears, there are five pages of newer Instructables and no one ever finds yours in the "Recent" listings? Do you unpublish and republish it, hoping it will get moved to the front of the pile? Does that even work? Do you shamelessly make comments leading others to it in previously published Instructables that are still gathering some hits? Do you just wait until people discover it somehow through using Randomizer and a link or two on Google?

Posted by Phil B 9 years ago


Glow in the dark paint for styrofoam balls

Hello, I made a Zelda-style fairy (as seen in this guide https://www.instructables.com/id/Zelda-Style-Fairy-In-A-Bottle/). I was thinking that I might be able to give the styrofoam ball a little more character when not lit up if I could give it a light coat of paint. If there's a glow in the dark paint I can use for this, even better. I don't want to add so much paint that it will smother the light when it's switched on. I know spray paint will melt styrofoam, so that's out. Would I be able to sort of dry-brush acrylic paint used for miniatures onto it? I have a few pots of Citadel paint on hand, or I can always run to the craft store. Heck would food coloring work? Or is the whole idea more trouble than it's worth? Thanks for any help Dave

Posted by DaveOfMutilation 2 years ago


Becausewecan table for Penny Arcade

Our friends over at Becausewecan just built an awesome Twisp and Catsby conference table with wood and resin inlays for the folks at Penny Arcade. They did a great job - it even glows1 in the dark! Check out the making-of video here: 1 I'm totally taking credit for that one - last time we visited they were doing resin-pouring tests, and I passed along info on glow in the dark pigment powder. We got a sample from TAP plastics last Maker Faire, and this seemed an excellent use!

Posted by canida 9 years ago


Black friday Dsi

I got the mario bundle which includes 5 mario titles and the dark blue dsi. I got it the sat. after friday at targets. The bundle is totally worth it. Did anyone else by this?

Posted by Mecha_collider 8 years ago


Amazing Light Shows

Favorite light shows or props that are inspiring?  Lasers and LED's.... I just saw Squarepusher's latest "Dark Steering" and was impressed, and Pink Floyd's shows were awesome.  Any others?

Posted by CrLz 5 years ago


Kruser495's Shop!

Take a look at some of my shops at cafe press. these are only a few of my designs! Come to the dark side!seals!salad fingers!Lamas!More Lamas!ArthritisMore Salad Fingers!Check it out!

Posted by DELETED_DELETED_kruser495 10 years ago


UV lights and Photochromatic lenes question

I wear eyeglasses and like having the photochromatic lenses. But the problem is, while using them in my car, when I need them most, the UV protection built into my cars windshield and windows, prevent my glasses from turning dark. My question is :   Can a small, battery powered or car powered, light array be built using UV producing LEDs, assuming there IS such a thing, that can be switched "on" to make my photochromatic lenses turn dark while driving? Maybe have it clip onto the sunvisor, or attached to the overhead center console, aimed toward my face. Thanks

Posted by wolfsmane 5 years ago


Need Strong Wire Coat Hangers for projects

Where can the strong dark clothes hangers be purchased? If you purchased good ones from Amazon, please indicate which ones were the good ones...Thank you so much

Posted by DoraS14 8 days ago