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Few months ago, I paid $25 for a nice ROOTS leather cell case, sized for 8 y/o hand-me down Apple 3G phone (plus 4G & 5G compatible).
However my new phone arrived and it was 1" longer (5" screen) & the magnetic flap on leather case would not close shut now.
- so I hot melted/glued a 5 cent steel washer (used) on the leather body, higher up so the leather case flap closes properly

New cell phone is more like a mini computer - Exclusive to Bell Canada (with 2 year plan - voice & text, no data but supports Wi-Fi).
- Alactel One Touch Idol X is a very affordable, HSPA+ Android Smartphone. The Idol X features a 5" edge to edge, 1080p full HD display, 1.5 GHz Quad-core processor, and 13MP camera, all housed in a thin, 6.9mm housing. Advanced gesture controls allow you to flip the Idol X to mute incoming calls, flip to snooze alarms, and shake to switch songs.

Recycled cell case (free) for longer smartphone & works perfect !!


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very cool.

you could start your own home based business.

Repurposed items.

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very cool.

you could start your own home based business.

Repurposed items.

^^^^ Thks, the cell phone case modification, was just a teaser folks......and I get to use my many Dad toys.
However, the hot melt glue stick was a cheap-o and washer fell off, after one days use...apparently there is more industrial strength sticks
- so out comes the 24 hour/2 part Epoxy...tough stuff, used to assemble golf club heads / overkill I know, but its permanent



Now to unveil a new build, that is Kelly "very fun approved":
- only cost $5 for the new Nylabone rubber toy (from Walmart), actually is a good choice n this application

Homemade Ultra-Light FLIRT POLE, material list:
a) new graphite golf shaft, from a $400 Big Bertha driver tear down...helps my twin bro is a custom club maker, got it free
b) nylon twine........had some
c) used nut on grip end to tie & secure braided line inside shaft, without pulling through
Total cost = 5 bucks
- repurposed shaft is very strong, incredibly light and most comfortable hand grip






Dad, lets go play FLIRT with me, in the snow....daaaad, girly waiting...get them boots on !!

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Wife and I, have been making our home-brew laundry soap for a few months now.
Far cheaper & not full of water - $$ Saving Tip:

Note - repurposed items:
a) yellow plastic scooper is from an empty paint spray can / may look for one with a handle though
b) container is an empty cat litter box / picked up from next door neighbor, on garbage day

Ingredients/Recipe for soap:
1 Box of Borax
1 Box of Washing Soda (larger size than Borax)
2 Bars of Fels Naptha or Zolt bar soap - shred with box grater
Add a drop or two of essence drops - example lemon

Mix together well in plastic container.
- If you want to make it liquid, add very hot water (we boil ours) - enough to cover all dry ingredients.
- It will turn into gel which is easier to blend in with cold water in the washing machine.
- After a few days, blend with hand mixer or stir well - whipped to consistency of frosting (like not quite firmed Jello) to mix well in washer.
^^^^ Best of all, stuff works really good / better than store bought detergent, in our opinion !!



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Got plans for a coat rack using scrap lumber from our burn pile. The lumber is free, all it'll cost is the hooks from Lowe's. And some paint, but there's a few extra cans lying around that I could use too.

I'll try for photos in the spring once the snow melts off the burn pile and I can get to it again.

Beaumont, I'm going to make one of those flirt poles with an old hiking stick. Great idea!
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River ^^^^ We'll be looking forward, to your reclaimed wood / coat rack build...Neat stuff !!

$$ Saving / Repurpose Tip:
The matted wool ball is used in the clothes dryer to reduce static cling.
When it is no longer effective, can turn it into a soft scrubbing cleaning ball...wool ball is delicate & durable, without leaving scratches behind.
- we used G-5 Cleaner/Degreaser on used wool dryer ball (all purpose liquid is biodegradable-environmentally safe, no VOC's or Phosphates )



A few weeks ago, I made Trevor his Xmas bed - sister Molly has now claimed it, while Trevor uses Kelly's bed & Kelly just uses the leather love seat...everyone found a happy medium...LOL.
- when Kelly & little T-man slept with Mom & Dad last night, the cut down 49ERS lawn chair was moved beside the master bed
- she loved it, slept like a baby & felt safe beside Moms side of the bed
When the little dogs are back home, the wee chair becomes Kelly's toy organizer (catch all)...keeping many toys off the floors, throughout the week.
- link to built: https://www.dobermantalk.com/general-...e-project.html

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Yesterday, Kelly got a new squeaky toy...a Lamb.

While she was trained to be less destructive with soft toys, we had hoped the $15 purchase would outlast 24 hours...before body holes developed.
- so off to the sock drawer
- select a ladies black stretchy nylon sock...fabric is almost rip proof
- we dressed up Mr. Woolly with bottom PJ's





^^ Improved toy, is 100x more durable now & still offers just as much fun...$Free repair / for much added toy life.

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Kelly's family has a newer SUV (2008 Toyota RAV4) and Dad doesn't want to clean nose prints of front windows, on a daily basis:

So I cut the padded shoulder strap off an old & damaged golf bag.
- used the re-purposed harness to restrict girl from jumping into leather bucket seats, at will
- the shoulder harness on junked golf bag, had 4 nylon anchor straps
- 2 straps were threaded around the top head rest posts / other 2 straps (longer) were threaded on the back seat frame brackets, on the floor




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we reuse dryer lint as tinder when we go camping. talk about EFFECTIVE! stinky, but they take a spark VERY well, even when trying to start a fire with primitive methods. the best firestarter i've found, though, is a combination of cardboard egg cups, dryer lint, and candle wax...especially the wax left over from candles when the wick is completely gone but there's still some wax left in the bottom.

speaking of wax, another use for old candles in glass jars: put them in front of the oven vent on top of a clay pot coaster. they heat up while you're baking and will give the house a lovely scent while avoiding fire...very handy if one has a fluffy-tailed cat prone to going where they shouldn't!

another suggestion: if you're the sort with a very picky cat who prefers the variety of litter sold in buckets, just keep the buckets, wash them THOROUGHLY, and reuse them. a friend who runs nosework trials claims they're the absolute best buckets around for this purpose, because the lids close and stay on while remaining easy to remove. flip-lid buckets work well as kibble dispensers, too. we also use these buckets while camping. they're great for setting up washbasins for clothing, (sealed) food storage, and other uses. i've also used them for keeping a full set of clothing clean and dry in case of flooding. keep one or two in your trunk with your safety gear in them. they really hold a TON of stuff if you know how to pack, and act as a quick grab-and-go carrier. i store my jack, a spare tire iron, maps, scrapers, jumper cables, and a spare pare of winter, work, and nitrile gloves in a regular lift-off bucket, and i still have room to spare.

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A few months ago, I was cleaning out a storage barn & someone left behind an old grocery bag cart, so I took it home.
And recently, we had major wind & both my recycle blue boxes were across the road, and recycle contents all over the neighbor's yard.
(which I picked up)

So I re-purposed the free grocery cart into a blue box cart.
- top blue box for cans & glass
- smaller blue box on bottom, for broken down cardboard boxes
Old cart, worked out perfect.




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Junk cell phone case, as belt strap completely fell off & I almost lost my $800 Apple 5s cell.
- found phone in damaged case at my feet, cutting grass while riding my John Deere garden tractor
- after 6 months, even the bottom of the ROOTS case was half ripping apart

Went to Walmart & bought a different leather case, but it too would pop off my belt (if not careful).
Solution - epoxy glue (2 part) a metal washer on the bottom of the open end belt hook & closed it off.
- cell case now prevented, from sliding off my leather belt
Might just have saved my cell phone & leather case from disappearing, in the future...at great expense $$.

Old junk case - broken off belt clip:


New case modified:

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Planned / Engineered / Designed Obsolescence FIX:
Wife loves her Derek-Alexander purse (for its organization characteristics) and bought it 4 years ago, for like $200.
Well, even after utmost care, the magnet pulled off the soft leather front.
- closer look reveled and inferior mounting of the magnet

So off to a permanent repair - used an over-sized machine washer (will prevent pull through) and epoxy glued it on backside, clamping the magnet tongs into the extra strong adhesive, and letting 24 hour epoxy dry-up & strengthen.
- all repaired, now the leather will wear out before the cheap fasteners, can fall off






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Years ago, bought a used coffee & end table (from co-worker moving) / for basement use, in TV room.
- they were factory made in 1984 (locally), from solid oak...so I was thrilled with the solid construction
- no MDF (glued particle board, wood chips), which is always nice
Now that we moved into a country home, with light Hickory floors / golden oak furniture, looked dated.

Wood Finishing DYI
- used varnish & paint stripper, to remove original-old finish.
- I like Circa 1850, been using for decades
- got the coffee table cleaned up nice & applied 2 coats of MinWax stain (Ebony black)
- have end table to redo next week...and clear both pieces in urethane clear
Am enjoying the wood transformation project & the hands-on finesse, it takes...thought I'd share, the new look.

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I used a scrap piece of 3/4" plywood and some casters to make a perfectly sized, very cheap printer cart/scooter. Total cost was about $8 before I got fancy and added stain and varathane. Contrast to a Staples cart starting at $110. Doing another one for a large house plant pot I have.

Trouble with keeping spices organized in a upper cabinet. Christmas cookie tins are pretty awesome for that. I have all mine in one tin and when we had it up above the stove it was easy to bring it down and pick out the ones you need.
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Our kitchen had a small dead corner space, only suitable for the dogs water & food dish, on floor.
But the stub wall needed to be spruced up, so an artifacts shelf was custom framed - to hold family heirlooms.
a) made out of scrap wood / curly maple & cedar cutoffs

Top shelf - holds Moms cookie jar, a Xmas present (from decades ago)
Mid shelf - Oster beehive blender, granny used to make milk shakes in, for us kids / using icecream, coca & raw egg
Bottom shelf - My dads coffee grinder he got from his GF / used it to grind grain for pet guinea pigs on the family farm

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Lint from the dryer.

Put it into the each of the cups of a paper egg carton, pour melted wax from old candle stubs over each cup. Let harden.

When you need to start a fire, cut off a cup, put it under the logs and light it. It’ll burn long enough to do a great job of starting the fire. You don’t need any paper or tiny bits of kindling, just a few inch or two diameter branches right above the cups, and your big logs will catch.

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Yo Mel! falnfenix offered up that tidbit over 1 1/2 years ago. LOL.... See comment # 9 on this thread.

Maybe great mind think alike!
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I didnt look to see that the thread was that old. Could have sworn I read everything to see if this was on there; guess I was really scanning the pictures and missed the text. Lots of other hints in that post too.
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