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Asked by umars 4 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
I have been searching for the instructable that details how to remove the knex instructables from the list. Any seen it? I can't seem to find it anywhere. I just want to browse real instructables and not the annoying knex ones! :(
Posted by Cryptonat 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
Well, i took apart my mp3 to put it in a "lego case", but it won't fit in. So, the only thing i can do is to remove the screen (it's totally broken so I don't plan to cut a hole in the case for it). My question is, if I remove it, would the mp3 still work? thanks.
Posted by SolidSp3ctr3 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
I have two different plastic tubs, one diaper wipe and other oxyclean. I am wanting to reuse them but they do not have the old paper labels that I can get off. So, how do I get the melted on or heated on labels off of these tubs? Please advise?
Asked by carolb4 5 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
My indoor Mint garden has aphids!!! I pulled 10 -20 off (all I could find) but I'm sure there are more! Also, I am worried that Ladybugs would die because it is a small plant (pot is 6x18 inches) and indoors. Furthermore, it is winter and freezes so the mint will die outside. How can I kill the aphids but still be able to use the mint?
Asked by tincanz 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
When trying to make a pcb I messed up on the toner transfer... I have grayish traces on the pcb, and some of them didnt even transfer. I know you can supposedly get toner off with lacquer thinner, but i couldnt find any. Will paint thinner work? The pcb is fine, it has some white paper on it though too.. I have acetone too :) Also, when ironing with photo paper, something melted and is all over the iron. Is this potentially hazardous? Probably not good to breath in.. Any ideas on how to clean that off and to prevent it from happening? Thanks!
Asked by astroboy907 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
My sister in law used paint thiner ( a drop) over top of the wart 2-3 x a day......for about 1 week......worked really well!!! nail polish also works great!!!! She said that you can use nail polish over top of the wart......this prevent the wart from breathing and sufficates it causing it to dry up and fall off......Duck tape doesn't work and is a pain my husband did this method and it was a total waste of time.
Asked by DELETED_dinab821live 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Has anyone heard of nuviderm
Asked by krose83 9 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
The decal is printed on a 100% polyester fleece/mesh facemask, and appears to have been ironed on or printed. It is in an awkward location, and I would like to remove it without damaging/marking the surrounding fabric. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Asked by b-stro 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Just got my first set of Invisalign trays today and am close to giving up. Two nails folded over backwards, and another just tore to the quick... typing this is not easy. Got home and tried to shape a toothbrush handle to what made sense (didn't work) and then yanked with a 000 crochet hook. (Visions of emergency rooms dancing in my head). I've just ordered a set of Outies, although the reviews say the plastic is brittle and breaks easily. So, ible family, you are the people most likely to have come up with the perfect tool or method. Please share your wisdom.
Asked by mole1 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
Does anyone know of a good way to remove the decals from a bicycle, specifically a Mongoose Montana? On the Interweb, a lot of people say you can, but just as many others say that doing so will ruin the paint and mess up the clearcoat that is applied over the decals. Is there a way to tell if my bike has a clearcoat above the decals? If I can remove them, would heating them with a hairdryer aid the removal process? And the sticky residue - what's the best thing to get rid of it? Lighter fluid? Thanks!
Posted by Bran 11 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Hi! Just a really quick question: Is there a way to remove the stamp on the bottom of a light bulb (you know, the bit that says the number of watts and the manufacturer) without damaging the bulb? Thanks for the reply.
Posted by TashaDax 6 years ago | last reply 11 months ago
I am stripping down a 2004 ford explorer to put under my 1948 ford f-1. I have the body ready to come off except for one problem. The heater/AC. Those hoses are the only thing keeping me from removing the body. Is there any way to remove the freon and dispose of it because I know it is illegal to discharge it into the air.
Asked by jj.inc 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
This may sound like a stupid question but uh... How does the different rails of a computer power supply work? Could the other rails of a computer power supply be removed? So, suppose you have a computer power supply with 12v, 5v, 3.3v, and -12v, but you only want 12v without having the other voltage circuits operating. Is there a way to remove or disable the other circuits so you only get 12v without having other rails wasting energy not doing anything?
Asked by poiihy 3 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
I got a palm m100off the internet and I put it in my pocket then later I took it out there was a small scratch 1 cm long with a few bumps around it (the scratches were raised). what is the best way to remove scratches on the cheap side.when you run the stylus over the bump (you can notis this in note pad) it jumps and is anyoing. Any help will be great.
Posted by DELETED_benjgvps 11 years ago | last reply 11 years ago
Does anyone know anything about Electrolysis rust removal. I tried it today on an old drill bit as an experiment and it worked quite well but I was wondering how I could improve my system. I was wondering how the voltage, amperage and surface area of the anode affect the time taken and the quality of the part. Also is there anything else that Effects ( or Affects ) either of these these. I used 2 litres of water and 2 table spoons of soda crystals with a 5 volt 16 amp supply. When I perfect my method I will clean up a very old and rusty Lister D.
Asked by monty324 5 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
A few years ago I got my first x-acto knife. Of course, me being 12 years old I started cutting without thinking of consequences. Now My desk is all scratched up... There are also some Ferric chloride stains on the desk and I may have spilled some superglue on it, too. My desk is made of wood and has a shiny white layer over it, picture's down there Now here is my question: Is it possible to remove the scratches? By painting it or putting a layer of x over it? If not, how can I get the scratches to be less noticable? And how do I remove superglue and Fe(III)Cl stains?
Asked by dunnos 7 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
I have an ebony Epiphone Les Paul that's a couple of years old and I'm considering taking the pickup covers of of the humbuckers just so it looks different from all of the stock Les Pauls. How would I do that? I recently built my own electric guitar and I'm still in that mode where I want to customize my instruments. So far my Les Paul is completely stock. Also, if anyone else has any ideas of things I can do to customize it, I'm open to ideas. Thanks!
Posted by saxman42 11 years ago | last reply 11 years ago
I recently downloaded some music from SpiralFrog (www.spiralfrog.com) because I'm too cheap to pay for music, but unfortunately It's DRM-protected WMA so I can only play it on my computer. I want to play it on my cell phone, but it only plays mp3s. Does anyone know a free way to convert my WMAs (with play licenses) to mp3s?
Posted by Trebawa 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
Hey everybody I made a file organizing system..... I CALL IT: FILE ACCESS TERMINAL or FAT what a coincidence or is it ( Fat)?I made it because my desktop was all cluttered It might take some time but it will make your daily computing easier, I hope. I made it on windows xp so if it doesn't work on other OS's sorry.All it is is several folders with awesome icons. All the instructions are in the ZIP file.I will soon make it an actual program...What it is right now seems cheese to me .....Any Ideas ? Check it out ! post away !NOTICE : Their seems to be a problem with th icons I will fix this asap !
Posted by littlechef37 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
There is an ‘ible that is totally worthless. The author basically brags that “he did it, but isn’t going to tell you how.” It’s completely against the spirit of this website. Here is the ‘ible… https://www.instructables.com/id/Ethernet_Commodore_64/ (Note, I don’t know if the author has other good or bad ‘ilbes, but this one should be removed.) Once done, you can then delete this topic. 8>)
Posted by inchman 9 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I have JUST NOW dumped an entire sardine (in mustard sauce) onto my white work shirt while having my meal at work, and the standard "damp cold water on a paper towel and a dry one underneath dabbing like crazy, didn't work. I know there are commercial stain removers out there, but I would love to have a small bottle of something easy to make (or just something that needs no alteration, but does the job) handy for such incidences. Any ideas? (I DID do a google search, but would LOVE to know if any of the ideas worked for anyone personally; ;-)
Posted by Goodhart 9 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
I tried to make a USB thumb drive and messed it up. It was quick drying epoxy so it's set really hard. I've tried scraping it off - works but takes too long. I don't know what heating it will do to the USB drive. Any ideas on how to take it off?
Asked by Kottravai 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Asked by inso_martin 10 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
The air conditioner is in second-floor window. Every few days one or two wasps (? paper wasps; lower New York) find their way into the room; these I kill. All other active wasps go in and out of the air conditioner on the outdoors side. Two years ago this same scenario happened ... I left them alone and read that they rarely inhabit the same nest the following year, which was true in my case, and therefore I vacuumed out the nest in the air conditioner and used it last year. This year they are back! How can I permanently get rid of them?
I want to make sure I'm not ruining my back, which I usually feel like I am.
for example: RAILA ODINGA the screen saver form of attack that says THIS COMPUTER IS BEING ATTACKED. I want to know if this can be done without the help of any antispyware aor antivirus. need response pls
Asked by sweetacid 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I was using permanent marker to mark the fold lines for my front panel on my cnc machine. It comes off easily with methylated spirits on an earbud, but not after heat has been applied during the folding process. I've tried acetone, 2K thinners, spirits, rubbing alcohol and even PlastiX (used for renewing the yellowing on old headlight lenses) with no success. The irking factor is high and needless to say black duct tape on the back just wont do it for me. Any other ideas?
Asked by petercd 3 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
Would any of the resident geniuses here at Instructables have any ideas for keeping graffiti off of my cedar fence? I live in a fairly rough neighborhood in a major urban center, and we exclusively have the bad type of graffiti-- crappy tags from juvenile delinquents delineating their turf. Any ideas on how to combat this problem with a DIY, cost-effective solution? I'm thinking it might just be something that most spraypaint won't stick to, or a surface that will destroy paint pens. Heat-sensing, motion-sensing automatic machine guns are not an option due to the rampant stray population ;) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TqIHlnfGKV0
Asked by Nate Cougill 5 years ago | last reply 1 year ago
I have a bunch of old PCBs laying around from various electronic projects, things I took apart and re-purposed, etc...Seeing as copper is roughly $0.25 per ounce, I would like to remove the copper from these PCBs, and sell it to a local coin shop that buys various scrap metals. I plan on sanding the solder mask off first, but after that, I don't know how to remove the copper from the fiberglass. Maybe just electroplate it onto another piece of copper? Please give me suggestions, thanks!
Posted by metrogdor22 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Peeling off is not an option, I have tried scraping off with a plastic scraper to no avail. Have also tried Goo Gone (citrus based solvent) and Oops! (a stronger solvent) with a non scratch scrubbing pad. I was able to peel the decals that werent' cracked from the sun but the others are basically baked on from the Arizona heat. Would a heat gun work? How careful do I have to be not to damage the paint? What about something like 2000 grit wet/dry sandpaper?
Asked by goodgnus 10 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
Had it about 6 or more years now
Asked by mumsey2534 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
So, I found a comment on an Instructable of mine that is inappropriate. I flagged it, but I do not know if that has something to do with its removal or if that brings it to the attention of the moderators. I would like to understand how this process works, so if you know, please let me know! Thanks in advance.
Asked by assemblyrequired 5 years ago | last reply 5 years ago