great tricks

great tricks

with the masterlock always visually double check the tumbler and make sure you have entered the correct code. I was off by 1 number but because I had done it so many times I assumed I was correct. Was the last digit, so all was good in the end.Nice I love using super glue and […]

with the masterlock always visually double check the tumbler and make sure you have entered the correct code. I was off by 1 number but because I had done it so many times I assumed I was correct.

Was the last digit, so all was good in the end.Nice I love using super glue and baken soda. It’s strong build up as much as you want and it’s rock hard. You can even shape it with sand paper.

Also diamonds bits too.Oh with saw dust Elmer wood glue and wood dust. It stays the same color after sanding. Much better then super glue.

I’ve been using baking soda to instantly set cyanoacrylate since the early ‘90s, after seeing how quickly it set up with sawdust when filling pitch pockets in quartersawn Douglas Fir, when I did custom woodwork.The plastic screw cap as wire insulation is such a great idea.

So much better than using crimp connectors or wire nuts.these videos is insane awesome, I bet this person when he was a kid like too takes thing apart and getting ideas what make it ticks.

That tricking for soldering without an iron was amazing. I have an iron, but I’ve never thought of wrapping the wires with solder and then heating it up.i first saw the baking soda and superglue trick on a hot wheel toy restoration then learned modelers have been using it for years.

Really confused on what the very last lock clip was for because all I saw was changing the code and that was it can someone please clarify for me.I wouldn’t suggest using the wire one. I would just get a plastic coated connector and crimp it on. much safer and easier.

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