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Do I need undercoating?
Why do light colored cars have dark undercoating and dark colored cars have light undercoating since this guarantees that small nicks will be easily visible?
Maybe so you can see where you need to patch it up... maybe...
Go to a pet store. Buy a nice, big cage. Get a wheel WITHOUT spaces between the bars. a rodent could get their foot/tail stuck between the bars and get it ripped off. Also, bu…y mixed food with sunflower seeds and bedding. Don't give them a lot of sunflower seeds because it will cause them to grow overly fat. DO NOT GET WOODCHIPS FOR BEDDING! A rodent can get bad splinters too. Also, DON'T USE PEBBLES AS BEDDING!!!! One of my customers used pebbles as bedding, and the poor hamster ended up choking on one. use a nice, soft material. If you can't get any good bedding, you could use newspaper. BUT ONLY AS A LAST RESORT!!!! Don't forget wooden chew toys. A rodent has to chew on something, or else their teeth will grow too long and they'll starve because they can't eat their food. Buy a bowl for food and water. Keep these bowls full all the time. Clean out their cage every week, (including their food and water dish bowls,) or else maggots could end up living with your pet. Also, buy a mesh cover if you're buying a glass cage. If you just use a plank of wood, your pet will die from lack of air. Use ONLY mesh for a cover to a glass cage. If you are buying one of those plastic cages, look for holes every day. Rodents love to chew on plastic and can get out through the holes they make. DO not use tape to cover the holes up. You could place something in front of the hole so they can't get back at it. Also, get a pet the same species and sex. Rodents love companions and can get very lonely if they don't have someone to play with. DO NOT PAIR UP TWO MALES!!!! They may kill each other for territory. Go to A Z Pet & Ponds. That place may be a little bit more expencive than others, but they have everything you need and they actually take great care of their animals. (Even their fish!) So, tell me how it goes!! ^_^
Needs range from basic survival needs (common to all human beings; such as water, food, shelter, etc) to cultural, intellectual, and social needs ( depending on which place to… place/ age group to age group ) satisfied by nessessities and necessaries.
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according to the info i read on the back of my can of undercoating, it only takes 10 minutes. I'd give it a 1/2 hr myself.
You can use these paints for both. The spray cans give a better coverage, but as long as you clean the figures in soapy water, either will be fine.
Creosote is a very unstable substance. If you somehow undercoat your vehicle with it, you need to be in either Alaska or Canada or northern Europe for it not to melt--it disso…lves, however slowly, at seventy eight degrees, so you'll lose it all in the first summer. On top of that, depending on where you live, it might be illegal to use Creosote on an automobile, or outdoors in general.
you can if you want to but i would not susgest it because then you will have problems under the car and no one will touch it
It is a waste on American made cars, like Fords. They will just break down and fall apart regardless. (Above answered by a bigoted Chevy owner or a furriner)
It depends on what colour scheme you are painting your army for example something like White Scars Space Marines it's best to use a white or grey undercoat but Chaos Space Mar…ines look much better with a black undercoat. I always use black to undercoat my models because then you can drybrush over it, leaving black in the recesses to give the effect of shading. You could also paint your models in the foundation paints before adding another coat on top.
Who is "he"? In any case, if it is a NEED; wether it is survival, pleasure, or nessesaries- Satisfaction
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Yes because you would have similar weather conditions as Canada such as snow and road salt. Is also a good idea regardless because it maintains the healthy body of your vehicl…e.
It will depend on how much undercoating you are wanting to rubberize.
Undercoating is a waterproof coating applied to cars' undersides to prevent them from rusting. The parts under your car are also vulnerable to damage from the elements (especi…ally in north climates), oil, tar, and items that fly up from the road.
Do u need a licence to keep capuchin as pets