Just sprayed it down with the garden hose. Now it’s drying in the sun. Will see if it still works once it’s dried out.
Plugged it in and turned it on. Works fine — no burning dust fumes. 🙂
The handle on my Samsonite carry-on luggage bag snapped off at the airport. J-B Weld Plastic Bonder fixed it! This stuff is no joke. Highly recommend.
One of the common weaknesses of otherwise excellent N95 masks are the straps. On some masks they break with very little force. Such is the case with the Honeywell DC365N95HC, so I’m experimenting with stapling the straps for added support. So far so good!
For the 3M 8210 N95 masks with the rubber band straps, I’m using Scotch tape to first weld the break, then stapling the weld. On these masks, unlike the Honeywell, the bond on the masks is very strong, it’s the bands that eventually break from a weak spot inline that’s the problem. Considering buying braided nylon strap like what 3M uses on the 8210 Plus, but will try tape/staple for now.
Did it today, worked! Only had to wait five minutes.
at the tip of my right index finger – fun! 😐
Been bugging me for days. Very small splinter, probably redwood. Finally got it out using magnifying glass, flashlight and a needle.
Seems to be helping!