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Also So I agree with most of the comments I will make it clear that if you are trying to cool off anything bigger than a approx. 10' x 12' room you are definitely going to need it to be insulated so if it 108°F outside and your garage is 115-120°F YOU BETTER GO FROM LITTLE TO HUGE! So what you need to do is get a good fan one that pushes some air. More like ...


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Finger cots. (Amazon) I've used them for years for all types of jobs. They're also perfect for added grip when handling mirrors, glass etc. The uses are endless.


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How can I prevent super glue from getting on my fingers? If petroleum jelly can be used as home remedy to break super glue bonds, it might be effective as a preventative measure when using krazy glue and accidentally getting it on your fingers. Super Glue Corp also lists petroleum jelly as a home remedy to break super glue bonds. Just massage the petroleum ...


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Don't try to apply the superglue directly on the object you're gluing. Instead, get an old newspaper. Make a blob of glue on the newspaper. Dip the object in this blob, then wipe off the excess on the newspaper. Then glue the parts together. With this method, you're far less likely to apply excess glue, so less chance of glue being pushed out of the seam as ...


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The easiest way to avoid getting superglue or Krazyglue™ is by using rubber gloves or finger clots to avoid contact. If something goes wrong, you can toss them. Finger clots are great because they are tight-fitting, cheap, and maintain a good grip on most any surface while repairing even small parts. They are available in latex or nitrile if you are ...


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Don't oil your fingers because won't be able to handle the toys you want to mend the glue will not stick So wear disposable gloves, such as these. Images from Amazon Available online, or at builders merchants, etc.


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