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How to glue edges onto a ski or snowboard base. This video shows the proper amount of glue to use to secure the metal edge without using too much.
Presented by Mike Magruder, Happy Monkey Snowboards.
For more about ski and snowboard construction, see MonkeyWiki, a guide to snowboard construction, at http://www.happymonkeysnowboards.com/MonkeyWiki
It was 5AM and all of my windows were covered in thick, foggy dew.
I basically had zero visibility. No problem, I figured. As long as I back out of the driveway in a straight line, I should be alright.
Needless to say, I veered a bit off course and bumped into my back deck. It was a slow speed collision that left no damage to the deck, but managed to push the Civic’s plastic bumper inwards as well as take some paint off.
I consulted a friend who worked at a body shop and decided it wasn’t really worth spending money to professionally fix a 12 year old civic with over 200,000 miles on it.
He told me about the old “Conair” trick, where you soften up the plastic bumper using a run of the mill hair dryer. Once the bumper is sufficiently soft, you can just reach in and push the dent back out.
I was skeptical, but decided to give it a try. To my absolute shock and surprise, the Conair theory worked!
To give my old Civic a more polished look, I ordered some touch up paint. Although it’s not perfect, it looks fine to me. For an older car that you don’t want to spend money on, this is definitely the route to go.
Good luck with your Do-It-Yourself car repair projects!