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I'm a girl moving into a college dorm soon, and I recently bought a bedding bundle. The only problem is that because the other colour choices were either garish and neon, or zebra print, I just bought plain black/grey bedding/sheets/towels etc. I'm also a person who doesn't like looking like everyone else (AKA, I wouldn't have just gone to Target and bought the same bedding as someone else, either) Even though I bought such depressing colours, I'd actually prefer it to not look so depressing. Are there any websites/tutorials/places to go that I can either buy or DIY some cool pillowcases or throw pillows or any sort of bedding/decor? I like lace, and black, and nude, and white, and floral and cool patterns- stuff like that.
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Need some assistance. I have a dell m6400 3d modeling laptop. a bit out of date (2009) and i need to add a few more gigs of ram . wondering what card to add and what would be compatible. pic unrelated but related to my interests
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I want to make this idea a reality. It's a water-cooled oil-cooling system for a PC. The pump would create a anti-clockwise flow. The condom is there because as the ice cubes are added to the water bath / lower compartment, the water level would rise and this may create a pressure on the upper part of the compartment therefore, in order to stabilise the water level, a condom is added to collect it. It also needs a chute of some sort to be attached to the side of the bottom compartment for more ice cubes. The reason why I think this is better than your regular oil cooled system is because the oil is in motion! I'm still doing research into how heat transfer is with fluids in motion but nonetheless, the oil being in motion is a definite plus over the usual oil "aquarium."

Latex Vacuum bed

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Hey there industrious ones and hopefully some fellow kinksters, not sure if this is cool to post here but I'll give it shot and keep the pic worksafe as possible. I seem to be at a loss in finding a website that gives me step by step instructions on making a sealing latex vacuum bed. I've found kits and such, but I'm wondering what I would be looking for in terms of a sealing one-way pipe for the vacuum so it doesn't have to stay on the whole time someone is in the bed. Also if anyone knows a good place to buy reasonably priced latex that would be a plus as well, anyone know of a store you might find locally that would sell sheet latex? I would rather not have to order online and wait. In general, if I can buy all this in person it would be nice.

Latex Size

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Hi diy, I have been given a bucket of something called "Latex Size" and I am wondering what it is and what it can be used for. It's very hard to google: all you get is something to do with fonts called "LaTeX", but it seems like it is used for wallpapering to seal the plasterboard so that it doesn't absorb all the wallpaper paste. It's a yellowey colour and when it dries on plastic it easily flakes off. Could be used to seal MDF?

Backpack

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Youtube is full of "how to make backpack" videos, but they show you crappy handbags and diaper bags and such no- brainer stuff. I need real tutorials for REAL backpacks like the one on the picture. I'm in the make of a "Blind Chic" copy and i would love to see some ideas :)

Carving a Jug from Wood

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Hey /diy/, I want to carve a mug out of a large log, and I'm not sure how long it'll last if I just go out into the woods and pick one up. What kind of wood should I go for? Pine is fucking abundant here in Norway so it's easy to find them chopped up around in the forest. I was thinking of just picking up a 30cm x 12r log and start carving away, but it's probably not that easy. My first concern is that the wood will be too ductile and I'll just end up with my hands full of resin and sap. Secondly I need some way to preserve the wood so anything poured into the mug won't seep into the wood. I'll sand it, obviously, but I'm not sure if that'll be enough. If anyone has any knowledge on this subject I'd love to get some advice.

HALP

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I've got an issue, /diy/: I'm moving tomorrow. Today I took the cover off my cheap memory foam mattress and found pic related. It smells mold/mildewy. This stain is on the bottom of the mattress in the very center, maybe 10" diameter, and I have no idea how it possibly got there. There is no sign of any stain on the top. The best was sitting on the floor and there is no stain on the carpet. I'm sure I spilled something one day in the last year and it soaked through or something, but it's seriously like this thing just spontaneously grew as there is no sign of it in any other spot. Anyways, this mattress was going to be the shared mattress between my fiancee and I and I'm sure that if she sees this she'll flip her shit. So, is there any way to get rid of it? The mattress will have a brand new cover over it when we use it, so even if it still looks weird but doesn't smell or pose any risk to our health I'm good. My first thought is to just pour bleach on it and let it dry. Is this a viable option?

Telephone Wiring

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Hi /diy/, first time posting here. I'm pretty much completely incompetent when it comes to anything electrical, so I was hoping someone here could help me out. I am supposed to be getting high speed internet installed at my house today, but the problem is that my dad apparently cut the phone lines when he was redoing the basement of our house. So the wire is still coming in the house, but only a few feet are left, so I need to splice it to a new wire. The problem with that is the telephone wire coming into the house has different colors (blue, orange, orange/white, and white) while the new cable I have is red, black, yellow, green. Do I need any kind of adapter for this? Basically how do I connect these two? Thanks in advance.

1947 GE Vortalex Restoration

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Posting pics start to finish of my 1947 GE Vortalex fan. From day 1
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hey /diy/ does anyone know how to make this, its pretty cool and it would be awesome if i made it
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Hey /diy/, I'm trying to replace this part -- but I have no idea what it's called. The T-shaped bolt is for securing a flagpole to a dock. You stick it through the slats on the dock, rotate it 90 degrees then tighten it down. This one is stripped so i need a new one. ...what the hell am I supposed to search for? What do you call that sort of part?
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does /diy/ approve of my cat tower?
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How can I make a home made seal? I can't think of anything and I've only got some plasticine that hardens after some time, but that doesnt allow a good exactitude in the molding of the seal... Any ideas? I hope you can help.
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Anyone have any knitting guides? I am looking to make copious amounts of sweaters using the knitting arts. knitting stories, knitting advice, knitting glory, knitting niches, knitting general

VALVES!

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So i bought a pretty sweet solenoid valve manifold from a surplus shop, but was disappointed to find they are normally-open type (2-way) Any ideas on what to do with it? I'm pretty familiar with control systems and I've made things like programmable fountains before, but I'm stumped by the fact they are normal open I'd like to avoid using electricity to keep them closed as the normal state (plus they are slower to react in the disengage direction)
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hey /diy/ i need some advice on buying my first soldering station. I've got a few gift card im hoping to use up and want to see what you all think of this one. Is it worth it? http://www.amazon.com/Weller-WLC100-40-Watt-Soldering-Station/dp/B000AS28UC/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_nS_nC?ie=UTF8&colid=2L6NDN7004404&coliid=I2OOFVZP1K6W3G
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hi /diy/ first time poster here, I am currently working on a friends hub pages account and need a comprehensive (so as complete as possible) list of companies that make products in the USA. I have about 30 categories to cover and the hard part is really finding what companies are 100% american made. SHUT skateboards for example is 100% american made, but I am sure there are other companies that make their products in the US. does a list like this exist anywhere? if not what is the best way to search for these companies. Thanks

Wooden Chambered SurfBoards

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Hey /diy this is my first post here, and i am about to undertake the job of making a solid wood chambered surfboard! The only problem is that i cannot find any templates anywhere or plans of any kind that dont cost at least $50 dollars, and i cant find any torrents of any as well. Think you can help my /DIY
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I think I just found termites. They have infested a stump about 15 feet from my house. Can anyone confirm that these are in fact termites? If so, I may have just inadvertently introduced them to my wooden deck.






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