I have some old soda bottles that I’m going to use as plant pots. The thing is that I don’t have a sharp utility knife to cut the tops off.
I don’t think a kitchen knife is sharp enough to do the job.
Does anyone have an idea how I can cut these bottles with every day ordinary items around the house?
you don’t need a very sharp knife just a serrated one. You can always make the first hole by heating a screwdriver on the gas and melting a hole, then you can cut with a pair of good scissors.
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b) lack of raw material, particularily energy raw materials
c) labor shortages <–almost certain thats not it
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this is the follow on from how to patch rust
using a MIG welder It is one method that works very well
practice on a off cut in order to get your heat setting right
then its just a matter of joining the dots
don,t rush taking your time between each staggered section, means less heat build up
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My job involves working in private homes and I have to use power tools (240v). Quite often I am left alone all day while the customer goes out to work etc. regarding health and safety at work, is it legal for me to be doing this?
Yes of course it is. We might have a Nanny state in the Uk but we do not have work in twos just in case someone hurts themselves.
So I’ve been salvaging my old bike just for kicks and giggles, and I’ve been able to take apart everything (including derailleurs) except for the crank and the cassette. How do you remove these?
Removing a cassette requires two Special Tools. One is the adapter that fits the lock ring. The other is a chain whip. Lots of mechanics make their own chain whips. There isn’t a lot to them. There are lots of videos on youtube about how to remove and reinstall a cassette.
Removing a crank may call for special tools. Usually it’s just a 10 mm allen wrench. If it’s a Shimano crank, the service manuals are online. Look there first.