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Need the advice of the green-thumbed

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So I live in U.S. Growing Zone 5, and have an old wrought iron "decorative" fence with spacing about a spread hands wide. My dogs are not fans of the neighbors and I'm trying to find a kind of ivy that will grow up and cover the fencing, thickly like the picture, at least for spring - fall (kids are not out in the winter as much). I've checked several gardening stores nearby but get the stereotypical 17 year old "Um......" every time. Had a problem when I bought the place a few years ago with ivy growing out into the yard, so if one is available, preferably only one that grows up and out and not really across the ground. -I know next to nothing about ivy

Sulphuric Ether

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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
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So my shower is leaking, dripping from the ceiling below. I specifically put the shower head facing directly the drain for 5 minutes, nothing. Sprayed it on the edges, and it started leaking. So it's leaking from the grout How do I resolve this issue?

Solar Ovens, anyone?

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Hey anons, So I'm going to build a solar oven as part of a project for this Summer. I'd love to know if any of you have any experience building them? Unfortunately I have an additional caveat in its design which is that it must be transportable and not to heavy (as I need to fly with it) I'm thinking: - Get a large (golf?) umbrella. Remove the handle section, leaving just the ribbed mechanism for opening the umbrella. - Using the geometry of the umbrella as a template, I can cut out 'petals' of reflective material, which I can then attach between each rib. - Was thinking of using silver mylar on the roll (20m x 1.2m wide for £25 on the bay: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Silver-Mylar-Reflective-Mirror-Foil-Sheet-Sheeting-20M-Roll-Party-Gift-Wrap-/131701785611?hash=item1eaa09c40b:g:oWcAAOSwFqJWl83w) Either attach the mylar by adhesive (when on site), or if I can I can bolt it on with small wingnuts which'd allow me to deconstruct it without tearing it apart. I guess my questions come down to: - Does the above make sense and do you think it'll work? - Is Mylar sheeting gonna be good enough? Can anyone suggest a better alternative for this application? - Is the geometry of an umbrella going to be appropriate to focus the solar energy to the centre point? I'm going to be using it in desert conditions, average highs of 28-34C, and I intend to use it to make bread. I'm optimistic about reaching 180C, not sure if I can push 230C I own an IR thermometer and will probably test it here at home (mild summer temps) to see how it might fare.


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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 quality. Are there any multi-tools that break the rules and offer good quality at a low price? I'd love to know what multi-tools you have/why you use them/what you specifically use them for.
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What color paint is this?

3D Printing Peachy Printer Yes Edition

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How do I trick touch button?

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I have 3 monitors and they all have capacitive touch buttons to turn them on. I want to make a master button that touches all three of them at the same time. I tried just taking a wire and taping it ot the button and touching it but that did not work. How do I trick it? I dont want to take apart the monitors because they were expensive and I am a noob.

I need help

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Ok so im not good at using for 4 chan because this is my first post. If i sound retarted please bare with me. I have a hole in my fiberglass tub and all the videos and tutorials on youtube are not helpful whats so ever i wanted to know a cheap and easy solution to fixing my tub thanks and have a nice day
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What's the cheapest way to make a watertight wood barrel? I was thinking straight walls would be much easier than curved ones. Less profiling to do on the planks. And what about hoops? Making metal hoops seems like it would be too much work and too pricey, probably cheaper to buy some than get the tools to make some. What could you use as a substitute? This barrel has wooden hoops but I don't think I'd trust that. What about hoops made from manila rope? Tightened with a wench and whatever knot is best?
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It's friday night an I'm sitting at home organising my small diameter screws, nuts and bolts. Gonna rebuild the quadcopter and everything was a mess. How is your weekend coming along?

Dewalt t-stack

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So I've gone and ordered one of these (image related) to connect to my impact and drill box to keep all my bits organised. So how many people have used these not this particular model but the series in general. Are they worth the extra money sure they seem tough and well built but apart from keeping my bits with my tools I don't know if I can justify the other ones

Phone unlocking

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I see a chance to make good money here but everything I searched on google requires some sort of payment. I had my phone unlocked by some Indian guy not long ago and he charged me 20 bucks all he did was open 2 applications and type some stuff in and in 20 minutes he unlocked my phone. Any advice? Thanks
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Hey diy/ do you know how to disassemble this type of battery? a Bosch 10.8V 2Ah.

31/32 SS expanded to 63/64

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So, I drill bowling balls. I have two sets of bits. All the way from like 5/16 to 1-1/2. All sizes in between. Today it appears that one of my 31/32 straight shank bits has expanded to 63/64. How do I fix that? I work for a University and have an amazing machinist. How can he fix this?
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So all my switches are wired like this except like 4 in my house. Why would only 4 random switches have a neutral in the box? The wiring matches the house original in all. Is theres an easy way to get a neutral to these switch boxes, or am I going to be running more wire?
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I have a rather big collection of valuable coins, half of which are made out of silver, and date to centuries back. How should I store them to make them look impressive to others?
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How plausible is it for me to lay a carpet? Poorfag here that can afford a carpet, but not fitting.
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newish knifemaker here I've made around 6 or 7 knives so far, but im starting to run out of ideas for new designs. Anyone got any suggestions of cool designs from like games and shit? Anything practical is fine by me, hell i might even be able to make spears and shit. Just keep in mind i'm restricted to a 48" * 1.5" * .156" plate. Pic related is the knife I'm working on now
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So I have a screw on my motorcycle that's completely fucked. Do I have any other options other than buying a screw extractor to get this out?

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