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Primer compound alternatives
DDNP is currently used in non-toxic primers.
10-2-2021 at 05:03
by: lavenatti
Anti bike theft agent
If you fill your sealed tube with butyl mercaptan you'd certainly end up with a youtube worthy video ...
9-6-2020 at 01:33
by: lavenatti
Can you please tell me what is in this picture?
I'm going to go out on a limb here here and say she's tattooed "LOVE" on her arm.
15-5-2018 at 07:39
by: lavenatti
Killing FLIES!!!! - Hunting them down for the slaughter!!!
I've been using wide mouth jars (just an old jam jar) with about a 1/2 inch of IPA in it to kill sti ...
14-6-2016 at 02:19
by: lavenatti
Homemade mouse/rat poisons
Barium carbonate works just fine. Good way to use up the cheap stuff from pottery suppliers. Mixed ...
15-1-2016 at 02:54
by: lavenatti
My variable power supply broke in four days...
Does it have current limiting? It may be set too low or you are simply drawing more current than it ...
11-11-2015 at 03:32
by: lavenatti
Cleaning up powdered alumimun?
One of the small steam cleaners will get pretty much everything up and immobilize it without blowing ...
16-10-2015 at 02:20
by: lavenatti
Drying heating oil
Almost all the water will be under the diesel. I've always just siphoned it off the bottom.

5-10-2015 at 08:26
by: lavenatti
Obscure antiquated or household drugs
I have a bottle of potassium chlorate tablets that still looks like new.

Also a host of old medic ...
30-7-2014 at 03:18
by: lavenatti
Malathion isolation
"Heating malathion may also lead to the formation of isomalathion, which is a potent AChE inhibitor" ...
14-3-2014 at 09:45
by: lavenatti
Electrolysis using a lead anode
I've used a 50/50 (volume) mix of 3% hydrogen peroxide and vinegar to clean lead out of gun barrels. ...
25-6-2013 at 02:43
by: lavenatti
Strange flash powder residue
What were you burning the flash powder on?

Could the green be external contamination?
9-1-2012 at 05:58
by: lavenatti
Silver nitrate stain removal
I've had some success with Sodium Thiosulfate.
8-12-2011 at 07:24
by: lavenatti
Question about magnetic fields going through non-magnetic materials
Anyone remember the "Magic Wand" used to tune adjustable inductors on old radios?

They were a woo ...
5-4-2011 at 02:50
by: lavenatti
aluminum- nitrate reaction please help
Matchheads contain potassium chlorate (not perchlorates and the phosphorus is on the striker), not a ...
20-3-2008 at 03:18
by: lavenatti
Solvent ideas needed.
I hate to suggest something so simple, but how about soapy water and a good scrubbing? You'll proba ...
3-3-2008 at 06:29
by: lavenatti

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