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HandyDan

Plastic Threads for Box Lids

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Very innovative as always, thanks for sharing this idea!

 

Steve

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41 minutes ago, lew said:

Now that's just slicker than cat poop!

 

Love it!!

 

make that deer guts on a door knob and you got a deal...

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Dan You just da man. That is a great idea and I had been thinking of getting some threading tools after seeing Mike Mahoney at TAW. This may save me lots. I like the peanut jar box and the bank is neat also.

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Awesome creativity and thinking outside the box (pun may be intended).

GREAT tutorial too. I  promise I won't copy and sell it on the inter-web.;)

If you run out of lids or are looking for a specific type, let me know. I haul dozens to the recycling center every week.

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Great idea, Dan! Recycling at its finest!!! 581a8dcc1b678_TU13.jpg.86fdd69e7a6c2fcaa103ce85845c80b0.jpg.8fcd55fbe18912b9f3ab9ea8cf9ac5a3.jpg

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18 hours ago, HandyDan said:

 

If you sell it on the inter-web, hold out enough so we can each have an ice cream cone.  It will be really something if we can get some sprinkles too.:P

Sprinkles are good...I'll try to make enough for waffle cones too:D

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