Getting label glue off glass? - DIY - do it yourself - tribe.net Andy, We live in Phoenix, so completely understand your point about conserving water. For what it's worth, you can reuse any bin of water to soak a bottle, if you're just trying to remove a label. It's just the moisture from the water you're after. Then, the bottle can just be washed with the other dishes. In case of emergency (gear for this one or the next) We made sure we had most things on FEMA’s general list, except for things you’d already have like canned food and plastic bags. You should really check out FEMA’s website, because it’s not just about having a bunch of gear ready—it’s about preparing buildings and knowing how to get a hold of your loved ones and planning ahead of problems. (People in flood areas should have materials to construct sandbags, while people in earthquake zones should add braces to their foundations to resist seismic activity, for example.) We will be updating this list in sections over the next few days.
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Build A Hydroponic Indoor Garden From IKEA Parts © Antonio Scarponi/Conceptual Devices. Designer Antonio Scarponi at his 'ELIOOO Desk,' a workspace with a built-in garden. Billy bookcases and Malm bed frames are all well and good, but with a little ingenuity and some DIY skills, familiar IKEA components can become something quite unexpected: hydroponic systems to grow herbs, vegetables, or other plants in your apartment.
RUBBER WOOD GEARS (RECYCLED ) - by kiefer This is a true reuse recycle project which will come in handy for some future projects .The gears as you see them are made from two layers of 3/4” plywood glued together and a strip of timing belt from a car engine that was going to the garbage .The timing belt is bonded with GORILLA SUPER GLUE to the plywood hub .These are some pics of how I made them .I rough cut the discs on the band saw then sanded them to size checking the fit by wrapping the belt around the disc and sneaking up to the perfect fit .I cut off a short section of the belt as a alignment piece and clamped at the joint . The application for this according to my grandsons are for wheels on a tractor and on and on.I can see this as a router lift application and a box joint jig indexing device .I would like your thoughts on this and welcome any comments .Have fun with this me and the boys sure have . Kiefer
15 Cool Crafts Made with Altoid Tins & Clay & Sculpting Crafts Ideas & Kids Crafts & Activities If you ever had an Altoid mint you know that the mints come in this wonderful little tin. But, who would have thought all the imaginative things you could do with this little tin. By scouring the internet I came across a bunch of Altoid crafts you can make. Amp Up a Laser Pointer From Wired How-To Wiki Illustration by Lab Partners Your laser pointer could be doing so much more than highlighting PowerPoint slides and blowing your cat's mind. It could be sculpting ice, sparking campfires, or searing one bad mofo on your leather jacket.
25 DIY Handmade Gift Tutorials Part 2 I love handmade gifts! I love to give them, I love to receive them, I love to make them. In our home May is a crazy month! We have Mother’s Day, our Anniversary and not just one but 2 birthdays. LED Throwies LED throwies consist of only a few inexpensive parts and can be made for ~$1.00 per Throwie. You can reference the parts list below or download the attached spreadsheet for more info on parts, part's numbers, vendors and application notes. Part: 10mm Diffused LED Vendor: HB Electronic Components Average cost: $0.20 avg per LED Notes: Cost reductions for larger quantities.
Uses for shipping pallets: From disposable packaging to a reusable resource Cheap and plentiful, wood pallets are used to ship millions of consumer goods from one end of the globe to the other, protecting them from damage. But they're often used just once and then discarded. While some are too worn to reuse, many are made of durable hardwoods like oak and walnut.