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How to keep cast iron work tops rust free without much maintenance, and without imparting a greasy feel to it? I do a lot of /diy/ stuff on top of my table saw, it being the flattest and sturdiest surface I have. But even leaving a palm print on it tarnishes it. Johnson paste wax - felt amazing to the touch, but barely any protection, tarnishing occurs within a few days and any moisture on the top would surely result in surface rust WD-40/light penetrating oils - significantly improved protection, oily residue I will not try a heavier oil or grease, because obviously despite being the best rust protectant, the surface has to be at least sort of clean to the touch. So basically, rust protection and 'feel' seem like inverse properties. Are there any substance that bucks this trend? Or perhaps, is there a good hard-coat that could be applied to bare cast iron to keep it dry to the touch, yet durable enough to work on and totally rust proofed?
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What are some flooring options for a mobile home? I was thinking of laminate but I read online that because a mobile home never settles, it could become uneven and laminate could snap or break if you step on certain spots that may be humped or bowed in. What about those laminate planks that mimic laminate/hardwood flooring? Anybody here have experience with mobile homes? I just bought one for $15K and it has some nasty carpet.

Looking for...

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A while back there was an anon on here who was compiling a website with links and pdfs of /diy/ related books and such. Would like to know if anybody has the link or if the anon is still around.

Is Ifixit a serious good quality tools provider?

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Hi, i learn alone to repair ( and i help friends) and i need to know if their tools are strong enough to repair a lot of years. I would know if their economic "velleman VTSS5" is shit or can last a lot of time? (buying hakko or edsyn?)
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Hello this is my first time posting here and I need some help. I want to buy a book on vegetable/herb/fruit growing since its something I want to get into. Ideally it should be one huge tome full of everything I need but one introductory book + one advanced seems reasonable too. I have tried googling some recommendations but have not found anything that I like, most books seem to be full of pictures but little useful information. Can anyone suggest anything?

how to boot ubuntu from an sd card or phone

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hello /diy/ noob here trying to change from windows to ubuntu and I wanted to know how to install ubuntu from my phone or an micro sd card... and if it's posible.. so... could you guy help me here!?

career as electrician?

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sup /diy/. milfag here, ive been planning on getting out at the end of my contract but dont know for sure what i want to do when i grow up. ive been thinking about doing something like electrician, because electricity and electronics are hobbies of mine, and id rather do 1-2 years of trade school instead of 4+ years of college. i cant stand being in regular school so im pretty sure i wont do well, and im more of a hands on guy anyway. any electricians care to chime in on how they like/dislike it? if the are happy with their career choice or not? tips, tricks, or anything else worth mentioning? thanks!
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A family member got me this for the holiday, /diy/. I have my gallon of shitty beer fermenting in my closet, but I'm not particularly a beer drinker. I see how all of the parts are reuseable (Probably to sell more of their beer making refills)but I was thinking something a bit different. What else would I need to convert this into a still for gin?
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How would you made pic related from an old dentist's chair?
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I was cutting a metal hook in bathroom and didn't cover the area hit by sparks so now I got miniscule metal shards embedded in the ceramic plates. Any protips on how to ge it out? I tried to scrape it off with metal scrape ut it just made it worse.
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Looking to acquire lots of cheap foam Looking to do some cheap insulation that doesn't require dry wall or paneling. Any ideas? Airier the better I suppose, I could use like bubble wrap or pool toys, but the air is going to leak there
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Can I build a LASER to destroy one skin cell? How about just the DNA in a cell?
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Guys, I am wondering how to make a custom anvil. I have so many anvils as it is, but they're all pretty bland and uninspiring, so it's hard to bargain them to other anvil hoarders. I just want to be rid of them. Any tips appreciated.

Careers - Tradesmen/Engineers /diy/ edition etc

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>What is your job description? >What would you say you do on daily basis? >Do you enjoy your job and/or field? >Would you do it again given the chance? If not, then what would you do instead? ----------- Being that /diy/ more than likely has a high percentage of tradesmen and engineers and the fact that I'm interested in engineering specifically, as I'm sure there are anons interested in going into a trade etc... we might as well ask the damn guys who lurk and post on this board what they do and what they think about it.

Public Shop Space

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Hi all, I've recently gotten into a few projects that require the use of tools that I don't own, nor do I really have the proper space/safety equipment to set up (grinders, a welder, basic metalworking stuff). Would anyone here know if there is some sort of space that might have tools like this available for public renting/use? I've checked the local hackerspace (I live in Ottawa ,ON) but it caters mostly to electronics design rather than heavier stuff. I've also been using the machine shop at my university, but they're hesitant letting students use the welder and grinder, plus I'm working a 9 to 5 now, so I can't actually find time to use it. Buying the equipment to use myself is a no-go right now, as I've got no garage space, nor a lot of money .
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Would this buzzbox be suitable For building a go cart?

Sky lanterns for new year

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/pol/ here Does /diy/ know how to make sky lanterns?
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Why not just install first floor doors and windows that are waterproof? Am I missing something?
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Alright metal workers, all of you know what a pain in the ass it is to remove one of these from a rusted auger shaft. It could fall right off in less than 5 minutes or you could fight it for hours on end. What is the most effective ways to remove a house bearing from a shaft? I've been tinkering with an idea of using flat bar with slots to insert chains, chains, hydraulic pump, and a plate to insert chains. The flat bar will slide behind the bearing when possible, the chains will be attached to both the flat bar and the plate,and the pump will be positioned between the shaft and plate. Essentially just keep pumping until that mother fucker pops the hell off and keep on going for your day.
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I just saw a mouse feeding off my trash half an hour ago and I made this trap and put it in the garage. Is this a good mouse trap /diy/? Should i put more chemical in the water? Anything wrong?

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