Nice, glad they hold up. It is a cheap source. Thanks for sharingSent from my SPH-L720 using Tapatalk
Not cheap, thrifty! Being a single dad with 2 growing preteens, you have to figure out how to make the most of the money. As to that I haven't bought any new toys for myself, I've been spending most if any extra money on clothes, food and more food.
Just a little thing, but thought I'd share. I store my sugar in emptied soda bottles. We had an ant problem a couple years ago, and i started sealing all of my sugar inside old soda bottles. It also makes a handy way to pour it.
I use my empty soda bottles to store water in. Just in case there's a power outage or the world goes to smurf. The body can only survive 3 days without water. So far I've stored almost 20 2 liter bottles.
Quote from: tattoosteve99 on October 20, 2013, 08:17:36 PMI use my empty soda bottles to store water in. Just in case there's a power outage or the world goes to smurf. The body can only survive 3 days without water. So far I've stored almost 20 2 liter bottles.Do you periodically refresh them or anything? I can just see a lot of potential for nasties growing in there!
I brought my Sportsman out today, after some days with the Spartan with the clip mod. It felt a little uncortable so I took a paper clip and made a suspension clip. Holding out pretty good, I'll try to get some pics to post. Takes about 4min to make (the clip, not the photos).
I ordered the powder and the epoxy from Amazon.http://www.amazon.com/Glo...amp;keywords=glow+inc+v10http://www.amazon.com/Dev...ds=devcon+30+minute+clear
Glad to help! I would be happy to provide more details about the process if anyone is interested.
I think the Tec Accessories A-3 glow fob looks pretty cool, but costs more than what I want to spend for something that just looks cool. I made 4 of these for the price of one A-3.I used a cheap 3" plastic line level, v10 glow powder and 30 minute clear epoxy. The glow powder and epoxy are well documented on other forums, but I haven't seen the use of the line level before.(I also filled the eyes of 10 metal skull beads with the glowing epoxy and still have a small amount of epoxy and glow powder left.)
Quote from: dbeeks1 on November 11, 2013, 04:16:41 AMGlad to help! I would be happy to provide more details about the process if anyone is interested.I am interested, It is up to you if you want to do a more indepth guide, but if you do, it will help everyone who might decide to try this