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u/Trub_Bubbles · 1 pointr/Homebrewing

Since I'm in a state that does bottle redemption, I'm able to get empties for 7¢/bottle, so about $3.40 for 48 bottles. My LHBS sells boxes of 24 bottles for $20! Obviously this means that I have to do some cleaning because they are secondhand bottles, but For that price, it's worth it to me. However, if I get a bottle that's really grisly inside, I throw it right back into my redemption bin, those are not worth it to me.

When I get the bottles home I soak for 24-48 hours in dish soap. I know some people don't like to use dish soap on brewing equipment, but I haven't seen any ill effects. After that, most labels come off really easy with minimal residue. The tool I use most is a Pampered Chef Pan Scraper. The best bottles for easy label removal so far have been Sam Adams, Allagash and Lagunitas, just off the top of my head. Cleaning the inside of the bottles is generally easy enough with a bottle brush after the soak.

If I get bottles with stubborn residue, Goo Gone usually does the trick. Some might say it's too much work, but I don't mind it.

And on the other side, when I put my own labels on, I use a laser printer on regular paper, and attach with rubber cement or similar product. The labels will stay on as long as they don't soak for too long, works for me.

u/psmydog · 2 pointsr/VEDC

I would buy this,


In the plug kit your really buying those T handles, there nice and wont try to fold into your hand or away from it while you plug the tire. You can buy I think it's 40 plugs stand alone at walmart for around 5 bucks if you find yourself plugging tires that much.

Then buy a metal jar of rubber cement because that little tube is going to work once and get rock hard.

Any will do that's just what I found on amazon.

That's the same air pump I own except I dont think mine says 300 PSI on the side, I would be extremely surprised if it could actually reach 300 psi but I can tell you for a fact it'll air a tire up in a less than 10 minutes.

This may be worth while as well incase your cigarette lighter doesnt work or blows a fuse you could just clip directly to your car battery.

As far as a phone charger I just mean use a phone charger that plugs in your cigarette lighter, I dont trust those little power bricks. Even if your car battery is "Dead" as in it wont turn your engine over and clicks, it's probably still got more than enough juice to charge your phone and make a call for help.

I would splurge for these nice jumper cables

That comes up to 132 dollars in my amazon cart, I think that puts you much better off than the alternative you were looking at at a reasonable price.

I lived on a dirt road for years, Holes in my tires were Common and I don't think I ever broke out my spare.

u/kingtauntz · 1 pointr/photography

not sure where you are but if you do a basic google you can probably find someone that will make a custom sticker like that or a type of vinyl

also is great, its like a non stick glue where you can peel the photos off without ripping the paper once its dry

u/p44v9n · 1 pointr/Magic

I personally don't like things such as joker reveals or blurred cards, because to me it seems that the spectator would be able to tell that the card is just printed specifically, and while it may give an immediate wow factor won't really leave a sense of magic.

That said, I disagree with the idea that gaff cards aren't useful - using a double facer or double backer or something like Vogt's regeneration gimmick or Houchin's distortion gimmick can create wonders.

So I recommend you buy Blake Vogt's Split Sessions v1 and 2 which will set you back $9 and a tub of rubber cement which will be another $9 and make gaffs to fit your specific needs.

(though of course you may disagree with me completely, and buy the Blue Bike gaff deck - whatever fits your own style is best!)

u/maladroitthief · 3 pointsr/DMAcademy

I used this battle mat

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Some rubber cement

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Also some kind of sanded particle board from Lowes/Home Depot. I can't remember what it was called, but 1/8" thick. At the time I was in college and had access to the school's laser table and was able to cut using that. I couldn't see why a table saw wouldn't work though.

I made all the tiles powers of two (Computer engineer, can't help it). If I remember it was like 1x1, 1x2, 1x4, 2x2, 2x4, 2x8, 4x4, 4x8, and 8x8 tiles. You can do any other sizes or increments, that's just what I am most comfortable with.

u/believe0101 · 1 pointr/Leathercraft

Elmer's Rubber Cement has worked well enough for me. I like the cap's built-in brush. I glue indoors with meh ventilation.

u/kris10leigh · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I'm gonna guess DRAGON'S BLOOD because it sounds badass.

Send me some rubber cement?

u/threetoast · 1 pointr/bicycling

Hm. This patch kit costs $3.50, and has six patches. The round ones (4) are 25mm.

Rubber cement is $5, though there's also a gallon for $30. The cost of sandpaper for these purposes is negligible. A tube is maybe $5, and probably has enough rubber to make 29 2.5" square patches. Or ~63.5 mm. So plenty big enough to cut down into 146 square 25 mm patches. I'm measuring this based on a Specialized 700C x 28/38 tube, so you could probably increase that by buying the biggest tube you can find.

I can't really say anything about how the sticking power of these patches compare, but when you think about a tube's place in the tire, it likely wouldn't matter.

EDIT: changed some patch math

u/Christmas_Pirate · 7 pointsr/Bitcoin

Rubber Cement + printout = indellible sticker.

u/Heavy_Weapons_Guy_ · 3 pointsr/atheism

I present my new invention: rubber glue

u/apostrophie · 1 pointr/Journaling

I used rubber cement. I painted the page with it and laid the tissue paper down. I prefer it to glue for journaling - it doesn’t wrinkle.