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Answered: In the 1970's a guy from Iowas built a cement boat ...

There have been many concrete boats built, particularly during WWII when steel was scarce. The boats were surprisingly fast, as they weighed only a bit more than steel ships and cost 1/2 less to build. The problem is that concrete has a limited lifespan in salt water. At the end of WWII ...

Answered: Cutting Decorative Circles in a PVC Pipe

Lucille...I use a dremmel, and sometimes a regular drill on slow speed with a drill bit that is used for making holes in doors for door knobs. You can buy a kit of three sizes at The Hme.Dpot, or Lowz. If you draw the design on first when you use a dremmel,with a cutting blade you can make almost ...

Answered: Crumbling cement pourch

First use Apoxy Bonding [white liquid, or blue liquid, almost like Elmers Glue. Paint this on, let dry and use a Top and Bond cement, any cement without stones in it.

Answered: Cement

1 part cement, 2 parts gravel, 3 parts sand. Mix it together and add water until looks like wet dough. level the area you wish to cement, put a heavy nylon sheet on the ground and put wood boards as limits (hold them firmly in place with metal sticks). put a wire mesh at about 2cm hight from the ...

Answered: Cement Filled Drain

did you replace the pipe well thats better, used copper pipes insted terra-cotta pipes
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Dry White calluses on sides of heels

That's very common. You can use a pumace stone to help reduce the roughness. We keep one in the tub for that purpose. ""Pumice stones" are often used in beauty salons during the pedicure process to remove dry and excess skin from the bottom of the foot as well as calluses . It was also used in ...

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