Factory Price For Rubber foot cover for Iran Manufacturers
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Rubber foot cover, made of 100% natural latex.
Textured sole for slip resistance, water proof, good elasticity, good resistance against acid and alkali, non-toxic, No stimulating smell.
They can be widely used for tourism, hotel, natatorium, swimming pool, natatorium, seaside, etc. There are totally 5 sizes.
Different colors are available. Package: 600 pairs/case.
Be safe! One viewer mentioned the importance of eye protection, I feel like an idiot for forgetting this. Don’t take any chances, please USE PROTECTIVE EYEWEAR!
Things you’ll need:
-well ventilated area
-Radio Shack PCB Etchant Solution ($12-15)
-glass jar and lid
-piece of string or cord (to suspend the knife)
-nail polish remover
-600+ grit sandpaper
-a safe working surface (newspaper, cardboard, etc.)
In this video I demonstrate how to acid etch a knife blade. It’s a simple and easy way for you to add your own creative customization to your knife. This is my first time attempting this project, it was successful, so I am sharing the process. DO THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK. I am leaving a few important tips below, but know that you can screw up your knife. That’s why I did it on a $18 knife this time. Besides that, have fun!
If you are etching a folding knife…
1. Make SURE to coat (with nail polish) in and all around the pivot hole! If any of that surface is etched, it will affect the action of the knife, and probably ruin it.
2. Make sure to coat the locking surfaces, where the liner or frame lock touches the blade, same goes for a back lock, whatever kind of lock. If you’re unsure, just coat it!
Coat the cutting edge WELL!
Notes about the video: I sped up a lot of it because I didn’t necessarily want to cut out the parts I did the work, yet I didn’t want the video to end up 30 minutes long! If you have any questions at all, ask in the comments, I’ll get back to you. Hope this helps, thanks for watching!
Dispose of your etchant solution safely. Either neutralize it completely, or contact your local waste management office and ask what to do with it. Don’t risk the environmental damage and possible damage to your pipe.
about “Koinobori” on wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Koinobori
this video was filmed here on googlemap: http://goo.gl/maps/ksMQF
another koinobori video: http://youtu.be/WB6c_J3We-8