sealing polyethyleen

I want to make a special tent for my Ford Explorer. I found some nice camouflage polyethylene canvas. Bought it and discovered then that you can't glue the stuff. The only option I can come up with is to seal it -to make it waterproof- but these machines are far to expensive for a one time project. Can some off you clever guys (or girls) help me to make a seal machine -maybe like a stamp?- so I can seal the parts together? Or is there a better solution? Greetings from The Netherlands and looking forward to your reactions. Wolfmanklaas.

Topic by Wolfmanklaas 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Sealing stone

I was just wondering if anyone out there knew how to seal stone in such a way as to make it useful as a food service platter or maybe a cup. I know its possible to use glaze like one would on a piece of pottery (or maybe tile sealant?) but I would like to find some way that 1)doesn't require a kiln and 2) leaves the rock looking like regular rock. Best would be a way that makes the rock look wet but matte and doesn't change the texture.

Topic by finfan7 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


ring sealing?

I like to make my own jewlery, and i like to make rings. but for the life of me i can never seal the gap between the metal to form a nice solid ring. doe anyone know a site with instructions? is it a term i dont know that as a key word would get me results? sorry for lack of grammer correction im typeing faster then normal and im strapped for time thank you for any help  update, i should have said mostly use steel as a medium, silver and gold is a bit out of my price range, but  do have silver solder lead free. the help so far has been great thank you all so much.

Question by Travpena 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


My seal a meal won't stay sealed

I'm having issues with my seal a meal. Most of the time it will seal it just fine but other times it will look sealed but after it sits for a little bit it lets air in. Does anybody have any idea what the problem would be or have you had this issue? I'm really hoping it can be fixed and I don't have to buy a new unit.

Question by Letsfixit16 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


Is a sealed environment always better for speaker enclosures?

Specifically when dealing with smaller, less powerful speaker. I am aware that certain sub woofers require venting, but I don't know how important sealed boxes are for midrange and tweeter.

Question by Andale_The_Great 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Robot Baby Seal

This brings to mind the concept of the Uncanny Valley except, it's not almost human-like... it's not really almost seal-like either, I think, but I've never been in close contact with a baby seal so how would I really know?Apparently this is supposed to be "healing". Not sure what kind of injury it would help with.Anyway, check out the video. The squeaking at least surely could have been done better...

Topic by rachel 10 years ago


Seal DIY wallpaper Answered

I'm hoping to use some old beano comics as wallpaper in our bathroom and looking for a suitable sealant to ensure that the paper doesn't soak up moisture. I've found examples of similar projects elsewhere using books and newspapers, but none where a sealant has been applied. The closest product I've found to what I'm looking for is "Zinsser Gardz" but I suspect this might cause the ink to run. Can anybody confirm or correct me on this, or recommend an alternative? I'm going for a matte finish if possible and the paper will probably be adhered using regular wallpaper paste - unless I'm advised otherwise.

Question by PhilB58 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago


Idea for eccentric rotational sealed couple.

 I had this idea trying to seal this gaddamned ethanol system. (The vaseline grease gasket works perfectly as long as the shaft doesn't move, after ten minutes of rotation, it starts leaking)For the sake of expedience I'm currently going with a different option, but Ithink this one's actually better and will come back to it when I getthe chance.I don't know how self explanatory the animation is, but basically itconverts rotation into eccentric rotation/motion and then back again.Since the circular housing between the two shafts isn't spinning assuch, it can be sealed with a rubber sleeve. The system is thereforcompletely sealed. I've tried it and it does work, with lowresistance, but tends to wobble a little and the two shafts can getout of phase. I think both these problems can be solved by having two'outrigger' rollers, rather than one as in the animation.Link to animation that hasn't been messed up by instructables resizing it:http://sugarandfat.info/eccentric_couple1.gif

Topic by SolarFlower_org 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Is it ok to put 2 subwoofers in a single sealed enclosure? Answered

Is it ok to put 2 subwoofers (wired in series) in a single sealed enclosure or should they be seperated? My worry is that the single sealed enclosure may cause too much pressure rather than adding more pop to the sound.

Question by Andale_The_Great 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 months ago


Needle valve on the cheap?

I need a needle valve or similar to adjust some pressure with more or less precision. Problems I am facing with commercial solutions at the moment: Needs to withstand about 300psi max pressure, must survive contionous exposure to concentrated ammonia vapour. I already wasted too much money on stainless steel valves claiming to be chemical proof and capable of 6000psi only to find out they use seals that turn to goo in the ammonia vapour and fail. And since the stuff is not really healthy, not easy to get, I would prefer something safer. Real problem is also that the thing should be able to allow for good flow rates when opened fully. Modes of operation: During the active cycle ammonia vapour needs to pass through an opening as big as possible while after that the flow must be shut off. The reverse cycle needs to be adjustable from closed to fully open with great detail to control the flow rate. Current ways to compensate: With a ball valves and extra piping I could seperate the two cycles so I won't have to bother with tiny openings but I would prefer to use only a single connection. With a bypass around the needle valve this could be accomplished better but still looks ugly. Materials out of the question: Copper, brass, normal seals based on rubber, nitrile or similar. Questions: I know fully sealed in.line valves exist for LPG system and similar. Are any of these magnetic valves available for the use with ammonia? And if so: Can they be operated with a neodymium magnet instead of the coil? Even stainless steel valves rated for chemical use and high pressure fail quickly on the seals. Is there anything available that does not use soft seals but for example aluminium instead? Thinking spray pump here... One way ball valve systems like used in simple spray pumps are a great thing. With some aluminium tubing I was able to make a simple valve that with some more attention to detail might even work. But of course there no other way of moving the ball then to use a magnet and with sufficient back pressure even neodymium ones fail to get the ball in the open position and keep it there. Now getting this combine with a needle... If, instead of the ball, a magnet in a teflon shell is used on a spindle I could spin a magnet around the outside to turn the valve with great precision. Has anyone already designed such a thing or would I have to start from scratch here?

Question by Downunder35m 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


HEAT SEAL or vacuum seal

Been looking all over the net for help on this, thought maybe someone here might be able to help. I need to mock up a DVD package for a DESIGN class and wanted to do something based off the Special Edition SAW DVD case in which a red liquid was trapped floating between to layers of transparent, flexible plastic. In this space it could be moved by pushing it through the plastic. So does anyone know a way i could accomplish this on my own? Vacuum sealing? Heat sealing?

Topic by 333Design 11 years ago


How to replace a freezer seal?

I think I need to replace the seal on my freezer, it's a 97 we just defrosted it 2 months ago and it's got ice everywhere already.  I have found the part but was wondering if it might be something else, someone suggested checking to see if the door is aligned first.  It is not torn or anything.

Question by 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


How to seal photos on wood? Answered

Can anyone recommend a sealant suitable for sealing photos stuck to wood? I want it to be durable and wipable (it's for a food tray). It wouldn't have to seal the wood around the photo, just on top of an A3 photo. I *would* go down to the local DIY superstore and ask there, but a lot of their staff are monkeys, I'm sure you guys could give me a better answer :p

Question by Jayefuu 9 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


sealing cuts ends of timber

Have a section of a neighbour's oak tree that was taken down last year (fall).  Am storing it in our garage for 3 years before attempting to make a block out of it for a side table in the house.  Heard that the cut ends need to be sealed so the wood doesn't check and crack.  Is this correct and, if so, what kind of wax/sealant and where would I find this? Christine Daskis

Question by cdaskis 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


air tube fitting (seal)

Greetings, I need to pass an air tube (1/8 or 1/4") through a plastic soda bottle (or milk jug) and need to seal the penetration point with some type of rubber gasket -- that the air tube will pass through the center. note: been looking all day. I think I might not be searching on the correct word. I've seen these silly things, but can't seem to locate one today. They are like little rubber donuts with a slit around the center (for wall of jug)

Topic by jwells 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Transitional fossils -- a "walking seal"

From Science News:A fossilized skeleton of what researchers are calling a walking seal has been uncovered in the Canadian Arctic. The remains of this previously unknown mammal could shed light on the evolution of pinnipeds, the group that includes seals, sea lions and walruses, researchers report in the April 23 Nature.Read the whole article, which includes the re-articulated skeleton (about 65% complete!) as well as reconstructions of the land-dwelling pinniped's appearance.

Topic by kelseymh 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Sealed gravity liquid dispenser

I am looking to build a sealed gravity dispenser similar to this one.... http://www.dudeiwantthat.com/household/bar/liquor-log-booze-dispenser.asp I'm trying to figure out the best route to take, I have a beer tap I will be using. My problem arises with running plumbing in a solid piece of wood without cutting it in half. I plan to use pvc and but that means I need a 90 degree angle in the block of wood or log. Is it possible? My best idea is to drill my holes and cut a chunk out of the back that can be glued back. My next question is. How to attach a bottle? Obviously I have to have the bottle upright and place the dispenser on the bottle and flip it. But how to get a seal on the bottle that will work with different bourbon or whiskeys. Thanks on advance for any help.

Topic by AndyB107 3 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


Seal Glue Glitter on Plastic?

I bought some fancy reusable clear plastic cups and I applied some glue glitter on them.  Unfortunately, the dry glitter glue scrapes off, so I'm wondering Is there a sealant that can: 1) keep the glue from being scraped off, 2) dries clear (the glossier the better), and 3) is non toxic?  Tried Mod Podge spray sealer, Glossy Accents, even finger nail polish.  Any suggestions?

Question by drc536 3 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


How do I take apart the Onda vx575HD?, I need to access the screen. Answered

Hi, The item has no obvious screws or catches, the ports stick into the side part of the rear frame and there is no other way of internal access other than removing the body. How would I go about remove the rear parts so as to access the screen? For pictures just type in 'onda vx575' on google images. http://www.google.co.uk/images?hl=en&source;=imghp&biw;=1366&bih;=677&q;=onda+vx575&gbv;=2&aq;=f&aqi;=&aql;=&oq;=&gs;_rfai= It's not broken so I'm not going to talk to the manufacturer and there is no warranty anyway. I just have an instructable in mind. Thanks in advance Jack

Question by jackh94 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


How can I tell when my SLA batteries are charged? Answered

I have three, 12v, 22ah SLA batteries wired in series to make a pack that is 36v and 22ah.  The charger I have is the very crude kind which is essentially just a transformer.  It says it outputs 36v at 1.6a. The batteries are empty, this will be the first time I am charging them.  How can I tell when then are finished charging?  Can I use a multimeter? If not, then what? Thank you in advance for your help.

Question by ___ 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Need some help on oil seals? Answered

I have a CH80 2 stroke bicycle engine that has a bad oil seal under the magneto.  Here are my problems, the seal size is 11.8x27x3.8 and after talking with someone who just sells seals he tells me that I would have to buy the seal from the guy I bought the engine off of.  He no longer sells these engines.  Even if I could find the same size seal I still haven't figured out how to take the old seal out of the engine.  Any help???

Question by birdmannn101 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


will concrete cure when in a sealed container? Answered

If the container is completely full of concrete, or possibly has a small air space?

Question by theRIAA 9 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago


Trying to seal a system containing ethanol.

I'm putting the pipe system together for my solar thing, which needs to contain hot ethanol, not under significant pressure. What kind of sealant / adhesive can I use that won't dissolve in the ethanol? I'm gluing together mostly plastics like PVC, but also steel and aluminium.

Topic by SolarFlower_org 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


How to seal unused drain pipe?

The short version: I have an old PVC sewer drain pipe that comes up out of a concrete slab floor.  Under the floor, the other end of the pipe connects to other drain pipes in the house, so before I cover the area with more carpeting, I'd like to seal that pipe off permanently to avoid any possible leakage in the future.  I'd like to avoid disturbing the concrete floor, if possible.  I'd like to put some kind of plug in the pipe and glue it into place with common PVC primer and cement, but I don't know if there's any kind of plug made for this purpose. Any suggestions? The details: I've taken down a non-load-bearing wall in my house.  The wall used to carry pipes for water (coming down from the second floor above), natural gas (embedded in the concrete slab floor), and sewer (also embedded in the slab).  These were all used for a poorly-positioned laundry room.  I've easily sealed the copper pipes for the water and natural gas, but I'm left wondering what to do with this two-inch sewer drain pipe. At first, I thought of covering it with a PVC cap, but to do that, I would need to chip away part of the concrete floor far enough down so the cap wouldn't be above the floor surface.  I would also need to be careful not to break the pipe as I chipped away the concrete.  If I were successful with that and then glued a cap on at the right height, then I would need to fill the space around it with a small amount of concrete.  Besides not wanting to damage the pipe, I'm sure I'd make a real mess of the carpet nearby. Then, I thought, rather than gluing a cap over the *outside* of the pipe, maybe there's some kind of cap that I can glue on the *inside* of it istead.  However, I don't know of any such pipe fitting.  It seems that all the home improvement stores around here sell fittings that go on the outside of the pipe.  So I'm looking for creative ways to plug up the end of this pipe. The other end of this pipe connects to other sewer pipes in the house that are currently in use.  I thought of possibly pouring a cement-like substance into the pipe to seal it, but I can't guarantee that it wouldn't go into the rest of the system and cause a disastrous plug for the whole thing. PS:  Excuse the orientation of the photos I've attached to this posting.  They looked fine on my phone, but when I upload them to Instructables, the site insists on rotating them. PPS: I do plan to cut the PVC pipe off even with the floor just before sealing it.  I'll use my trusty Dremel Multi-Max for that.

Topic by lsloan0000 3 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


Latch-less Non-Perm. Seal?

I have a great passion for lighting things up through the use of LEDs. For one project for school, I took about 40 LEDs and surrounded a "billboard" (3 by 2 foot box made of posterboard - actually looks very nice). While this is good and fun, I ran into a problem. This is not the first model I have made. The very first model was for another project, but with no way to change what was on the "faceplate" (the area the LEDS surround), I was forced to rebuild a second model. Well, I am now required to make yet another copy. But I don't want to recreate the entire billboard, for it takes about 16 hours to build. I instantly came up with the idea of "attaching" other faceplates to it. Velcrow made the most sense - you can remove faceplates, or add new ones whenever you wanted. But velcrow is not affordable at the time. None of my local stores have it in stock, and the soonest any store near me will have it is after Christmas. This due date for the assignment is the 21st of December. I essentially just need to be able to, using as little space as possible (the LEDs only peak through so far), create a way to add, and later easily remove, a faceplate. Latches won't work because it needs to have absolutely NOTHING on the front of the faceplate, for content will be spewed all around the board. Ideas?

Topic by freethetech 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


How to charge multiple batteries in a strange configuration?

Hi all,  Basically I'm planning on making an electric motorbike within the next year or so and need to know how to charge the batteries. I'm planning to have 8 batteries altogether, 4 batteries connected in series, then the 2 sets of 4 connected in parallel to up the capacity. How would I go about charging this configuration? The batteries are going to be high capacity, deep cycle sealed lead acid batteries. Cheers, - Will

Question by xXAfterBiteXx 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


Sunbeam Foodsaver Vac430 won't seal bags

It's seems to work without any packaging and sealer is hot but as soon as I try to seal a bag it won't seal but pump sounds like it is working

Question by PamandGlynO 2 years ago  |  last reply 24 days ago


How to repair, not replace, refrigerator door seal?

We have a 1972 Coldspot 3 door refrigerator/freezer that has leaking door gaskets that are causing condesation and mold growth on the outside of the door. My father loves this 40 year old "antique" but for the cost to replace the 3 magnetic door seals, about $200.00, we can by a pretty nice used late model fridge.  Is there any way to tune up the old magnetic seals to function properly again. I am considering adding a form a gasket or silicone to the existing seal surface and closing the door onto an oiled or waxed surface to create a "custom fit". Any thoughts would be appreciated.

Question by dwj_jackson 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago


Is it possible to seal a tshirt painted with poster paint?

Ive painted a tshirt with poster paint, it looks good now but will inevitably run. is there anything i can do to seal it? i only really need it for one night. thanks

Question by scottie110 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Sealing permanent marker on glass besides a oven?

Can NOT use a oven as our oven is questionable with it's temperature & I live in a apartment that has very little cross-ventilation. So anything that gives off a smell would be hard. (The place stunk up from spray painted items that I had to stick them to dry in my car. Would top coat nail polish or sealer (wax) work?

Question by Detetiv 1 year ago  |  last reply 1 year ago


Is there an alternative to epoxy resin for sealing a plywood boat? Answered

 I am planning on building a version of the CC14 or NC16 from bateau.com. I would like to keep my costs down on this project as I just bought a car, but would still like to build this boat so I can get out on the water along with my wife who has a kayak. I was wondering if I could just use epoxy/fibatape combo to seal the seams and add strength where the panels come together, and then just use something like rubberized roof sealant (like used on the CozyBoat by TimAnderson) to seal the rest of the plywood from rot. Anyone have any ideas on this? Thanks.

Question by RCS82 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Seal a leaking E-Cig reservoir window?

Hi guys, I have a 7's Electronic Cigarette with a reservoir window to check how much juice you have left. I absolutely love it however I've noticed over time that they start leaking from the window as if they weren't sealed very well. What I would like to do is seal up any holes in mine because the replacements are $15 and it can add up. The outer casing feels like aluminum, and the window is just some type of plastic. Ideally I'd like to still be able to see through the window. Any suggestions? Here's a link to the product: http://www.my7s.com/hybrid-vision-one-kit.html

Question by Antilliteracy 5 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago


Need help in sealing reusable water bottle Answered

So I have a reusable water bottle that leaks water when I unscrew the top, (it does not leak from where you drink from, it leaks from where the top screws on to the rest of the bottle). It also leaks from shaking. I noticed if I open the flip top and expose the part where you drink from and then you unscrew the top it leaks a bit less. So any ideas for a solution such as a food safe sealing material? Thanks

Question by DanielReeLee 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


how do i seal up this bathtub!?!?!? Answered

My sister is moving into a new apartment, and asked me to make her new bathtub deeper. i built a small wall out of redwood 2x4's with a good coat of uerathane on them, and the wall itself should be good and watertight, but the joint between the redwood and the bathtub is proving next to impossible to make watertight. i can't screw into the tub, for obvious reasons, so i have used two different types of caulk, a sealer strip made for replacing caulk, and i am not sure what to try next. i am getting really frustrated by this project, so i am wondering if anyone here has any suggestions on how to make a good watertight seal between redwood and a fiberglass tub. can anyone help?

Question by cyc4015 10 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Help, please: Opening a sealed camera battery

I have several exhausted NiMH camera batteries, for a camera I rarely use anymore. The batteries (or perhaps the charging system) were awful. But I would like to use it as a backup--maybe by replacing the NiMH cells, or inserting smaller Li-ion unit... Anyone been successful at opening these? I think the seams are welded...

Topic by gmoon 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


anyone knows how to build a heat seal lidding machine for sealing plastic container and lidding film?..

It has been quite some time I have been searching around in the internet, web pages, articles, instructables, make magazine or any other DIY thread and forums for a guideline or instruction on how can we built ourselves a heat seal lidding machine which can be used to seal a lidding film to a plastic container which is widely used by the food packaging company. There are a lot automated and sophisticated commercial machine being manufactured by many companies which priced at 10, 20, and even hundreds of thousands dollars. Even for a simple small mini hand operated machine cost up to 1,000 dollars.. I believe I am not the only one who are searching an instruction to DIY this machine, at least for own usage at home for small quantity operation. It is great if there are someone who brilliant, an inventor who can guide us in building this kind of machine. So far that i search, i found out that the closest article about heat seal is an instructable article "how to make a heat sealer" by klee27x. Hope that there is someone out there who can gave us light, either theoratically or a real deal about it.

Question by izhrin 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


how do I vacuum seal food and seeds?

Question by john647 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


which metal is using to make hot sealing for plastic bags?

Question by yoonusmnr 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Can heavy duty plastic be sealed to make an inflatable object? Answered

I'm interested in making bumpers for a super long slip and slide.

Question by BoondockSaint 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


led current problems?

Im running some leds off a 12v sealed lead acid battery and i need to know the best way to keep it from drawing to much current. Perhaps a fuse or large resistor? 

Question by DELETED_cdousley 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Can you buy small vacuum sealing bags?

I'm looking for small(<6x6") Mylar sealing bags, like these but smaller. Are these manufactured? I really don't like making my own small bags.

Topic by JamesRPatrick 6 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


How do you replace the seal on an upright freezer?

I have an upright freezer (big one) and it is leaking cold air. How do I replace the seal?

Question by 9 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Best way to Seal bags together (air seal) ?

Http://www.lawrimoreproject.com/images/visart-news-magnum-500.jpgWell, I thought it be kinda fun to take a similar idea, but my question is, What's the best way to seal bags? The guy used many black plastic bags, never stated how it's connected. I've attempted box tape, but when i tape 2 bags together fresh from the box, and try inflating, the left/right sides leak just about every time, and cant always hold pressure. (Yes id like it to be able to hold some pressure!!) So, is tape really the best way to do that?

Topic by Killa-X 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Can you help diagnose my Seal-A-Meal?

I have a Seal-A-Meal brand vacuum sealer, that all of a sudden stopped working properly. It has no On-Off switch. You simply plug it in, and then put the bag up to the vacuum area and then press down and hold the lid when its vacuuming the air out and then seals the bag closed. When it stopped working, a vacuum bag was placed (as we normally would) and then the lid was put down and pressed. The motor is still running, but normally it makes a louder noise as its vacuuming the air out, and this time it didn't work. (No vacuum). Since it wouldn't vacuum the air, it then wouldn't also seal the bag. Oddly, when I remove the bag and close it (with nothing in there) it DOES make the high pitched-noise, the green light comes on (hands free) and then does the sealing, even though there is nothing to seal.  But when I put the bag in - nothing but the motor running consistently with no change in intonation of the motor and the green light doesn't come on and it doesn't seal. So with the bag - not working.  Without the bag, it seems to work. I"m using Food Saver brand bags but those have always worked in the past.  Any ideas on what to do to service it and hopefully get it working again?

Question by dgould944 1 year ago  |  last reply 1 year ago


Food safe material to line or seal a metal ball? Answered

I have an aluminum rice steamer ball that I need to seal the interior of.  It will hold candies so it needs to be food safe.  I'm looking for either some sort of food safe epoxy or silicone material that I can use to either just plug the steamer ball holes or line the entire interior surface.  Any ideas?

Question by jenglish9 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


How to seal a system containing ethanol, but low friction?

Still working on my solar device (in Copenhagen now), and it's coming along fairly nicely. Should hopefully have a full instructable in a couple of weeks. However, I'm having problems at the moment trying to keep the thing water tight, where the axle leaves the system, taking out the rotational motion. I'm using the bearing housing from an old bike wheel (photos to come) and I've got it sealed well where it's attached to wall of the container, but the ethanol is flowing pretty freely through the bearings themselves. I need it not to. I could use something like an O ring to seal the axle, but friction is a big issue. I wanted to pack the whole axle and bearing housing with grease, but grease dissolves in ethanol. Solutions? Is there anything grease like which isn't soluble in alcohol? Salt, maybe? Cheers all. (Nearly there...)

Topic by SolarFlower_org 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


How can I protect/seal a drawing on mirror? Answered

Question by RickyF 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Can you varnish an oil-sealed garden table? Answered

I'm asking this for a friend, who's recently bought a garden table that needs to be oiled to keep it waterproof. Would he be able to varnish over the top of the oil, to save the regular re-oiling? Would the varnish take over the oil?

Question by alffly 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Can I seal a hole in my tooth myself with this?

http://www.emisupply.com/catalog/su5005-rtv-food-grade-silicone-aluminum-3oz-tube-p-7228.html?utm_source=googprod&utm;_term=SU500530-ALU DIY Dentistry, can it be done?  Or perhaps maybe even a temporary fix?

Question by Nando_Kommando 8 years ago  |  last reply 1 year ago


Anybody tried to dismount sealed lead acid batteries?

Hi My battery started to leak between bottom base and top cover (check pic). Just wondering anybody removed top cover? I know, you can remove top plate in order to add ionising water etc, but the actual top base? Thanks

Topic by Extasy 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago