What do you figure the easiest way to remove a tattoo at home?
I tried using a tattoo gun to tattoo skin color pigment over it. That didn't work nearly at all, out 150$ I also tried burning a part off with a hot knife I left my torch on for about a minute or two and that left a pretty thick scar but it worked. That hurt even drunk though
Any other suggestions? What about TCA solution? Or an acid?
The tattoo on removing is all black. Not really concerned about pain just nerve damage or something I would have to go to the hospital for. Obviously... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
*DIY, by the way, i am not gonna toss them in the back yard later on for them to come back incase you are wondering, I will euthanize them using vinegar and baking soda and throw them in the toilet after i make sure they are dead, most of the diy bottle traps i tried didn't work, so i thought maybe a few guys here have a smart idea
I know I'm likely asking the impossible but can we have a multi-tool general thread w/o the bickering?
I'll start off by saying I know very little about tools but do want to learn more about them. One thing I do know is that multi-tools are NOT a replacement for dedicated tools but are meant to be used for less intensive jobs that may not require the dedicated tool.
On the lower-priced side I've seen multi-tools from Jeep, CRKT and other companies while Victorinox and Leatherman seem to make the tools most people regard as premium in both price and... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>963312 I personally have a leatherman new wave, although i am not a particular multitool guy. Bought this one because it was recommended as, and probably is, the best value for money quality general purpose multitool on the market. I am however an advocate of quality tools, you pay maybe 4 times the price of a cheap tool, but it'll last you 4 times as long whilst giving you the extra advantages of quality tools such as a nice sharp blade that holds its edge etc. I've had it now for maybe 5 years and use it for... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>963312 never buy any tool a car company slapped their name onto....
Leatherman; even a basic model will last forever properly used and cared for
you get what you pay for...that doesn't mean you have to go spend $80-$100, but don't go for the cheapest one and expect wonders
(have an older model from before they started making them with the thinner style....it only has a few things in it, but I like it that way....it's very slim and light while still feels heftier that new models like the sidekick)
>>963323 >>963335 What you said seems like good advice. It also seems like you both really like your Leatherman products.Disregarding prices do you know if other companies ( excluding Gerber and VIctorinox given they do ) make products that can compete?
I know CRKT has a few multi-tools that range from $20-$50 ( pic related; I find the odd shape of the tool interesting ( I didn't forget you said you get what you pay for and I'm only bringing up CRKT because they... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>966854 Yea I get that but in order to add the second story the roof will have to come off. I can't do all of that in just a few days as I will be by myself so there will be a stretch of time that it is unlivable. I'm trying to avoid that. Sorry I wasn't clear about that.
This is an outlet used to charge my electric car. When I bought the car, I replaced the 15A outlet with this 20A GFCI to hopefully resist the heat a little better. Now this one is starting to discolour.
Does anybody have a suggestion for an outlet that would hold up to the heat a little better. The charger only draws 12A max, but up to 11 hours in worst case scenario. The house is 2006.
I have one bottle of Sulphuric Ether made in 11/1993, with expiry date in 11/1996. Should I keep it? It keeps exhaling strange-smelling gases. What can I do with it? https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Sulphuric_ether
>>963170 No idea if it's good after that time, but for disposal contact your local council. Most municipalities have free for small volume chemical collection points, if they don't, check with a pharmacy and see if they have some protips.
>>963170 It is normal that ether bottles smell slightly. The main hazards with ether are flammability (much more flammable than gasoline) and that it slowly forms explosive compounds when exposed to air (including air inside the bottle). Nowadays its main use is as solvent. Too bad it evaporates very quickly. Apparently you can use it to start some old diesel engines in cold, too.
hey /diy/ , i found an amazing 87 japan made guitar , it costs 160 $ , which in my country is a months worth of wage for a student like me . its pretty beat up , needs a full paintjob . i have not done this before . i have little to no knowledge on this subject . >what primer to use >what paint to use >which sanders >which gloss paint to use >what tools will i need
So I'm currently in Europe on a deployment and we brought one of these things with us, it's a B60. Someone plugged it into the wall in our office and I think it blew a fuse or shorted something inside the Keurig. I've soldered something maybe once or twice in my life (I'm a network and communications guy, component level electronics is not really my specialty)
Firstly, am I on the right track as to this thing getting fucked up because it wasn't plugged into a transformer in line with the wall? And secondly, how would I go about finding and replacing... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
See the bricks on the top of the openings? Normally you'd use an U-shaped block, pass a rebar through them and pour concrete into them. This works, but as you can see the only thing holding the bricks in place is mortar.
I hope somebody here can help me. The belt in my washing machine fell off. It's 4 years old and I figured it was just stretched too much so I ordered a new one online and tried to put it on, flew off again.
Now I saw the real problem was the bearing wich contains the flywheel is sliding outward. I hammered it in and started a washing cycle but after a while it came out again.
I had grinded open the back to easily access the motor/flywheel connection but now I'm afraid that the back might have kept the bearing/flywheel in place.
Can I solve... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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