THIS IS MY 1ST Q & A VIDEO, IM RESPONDING TO A QUESTION A COLLECTOR ON SIDESHOW FREAKS ASKED ME ON POINTS IN SHOPPING FOR DISPLAY CURIO CABINETS.
Welcome to the Arcade Repair Tips Video Series! In this video, Tim Peterson talks about how to properly remove and install a monitor chassis from your arcade cabinet. For more information, please visit our website at www.arcaderepairtips.com and please watch for more videos in the Arcade Repair Tips Video Series! Thanks for watching!
In which Brandon plays dress up, and Vanessa is read a bedtime story….
A way to secure your furniture to the wall in case of any earthquake for literally pennies per item. I use this method prior to the Northridge earthquake and none of the pieces of furniture moved. I do have to say this is probably not the best way. But it did work in my case. This is good for anybody who can’t afford or doesn’t want to spend a lot on costly furniture earthquake straps. Material and tools needed; 16gauge wire, 1 inch and 2 inch wood screws, a stud finder, a pencil, a pair of pliers and wire cutters, and a power screwdriver.
A look at what it takes to fold, spin, and dye large pieces of material (like bed sheets and drapes).
In this video, two styles of spin/fold… on 5 foot by 3 foot cotton curtains… also included: examples of a double sheet, and a single sheet cut in half.
Large dyes! Large coolness!!
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This was the day we transitioned from cribs to full size beds for Nicholas and Troy. The front and back of these cribs were able to be used as the footboard and headboard of the big bed. We just added the frame to hold the box spring.
December 15 part one