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patch it or take to a tailor
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thin material holes can be welded and ground flush, think material can be threaded and plugged. Bondo works, too.
Answer . Asphalt patch can be bought in bags or buckets at most lumber stores and builder's supplies. Many hardware stores also carry it. Follow the directions for it wh…ich are usually clean out all loose debris, dampen the edges and pound the stuff in.
This technique works well with minute punctures. The bare essentials to perform this operation are a small sachet of super-glue(per leak), like Feviquick, and a disposab…le syringe (its a good idea to by a second in case the glue. First pump up the basketball until it is relatively firm. Now immerse the ball in a half-filled bucket of water (half-filled so the water doesn't come splashing down all over you), making sure that all of the ball is completely below the surface. Locate all the leaks by the stream of bubbles emerging from the surface of the ball. Encircle and cross the leak(like a cross-hair)( using a permanent marker (contrasting colour) or a ball point pen, if you don't mind the tiny marks on your ball, as this will help locate the leak quickly. Now you may release the part of the air from the ball (using the nozzle provided with your basketball) to make sure that air is no longer emerging from the puncture. This is the tricky part. The next few steps must be executed quickly so its best you read this part through before attempting the following.... BE VERY CAREFUL HANDLING THE SYRINGE. DO NOT ACCIDENTALLY INJECT YOURSELF OR ANYONE ELSE WITH THE SUPER GLUE AS THE CONSEQUENCES COULD BE LETHAL. IF YOU CHOOSE TO PERFORM THIS OPERATION MAKE SURE YOU DO IT IN THE PRESENCE OF ANOTHER ADULT, AS A PRECAUTIONARY MEASURE, WHO IS IN A POSITION TO FETCH HELP IN CASE OF ANY EMERGENCY. Open your sachet/bottle of super glue and dip the needle of the syringe into the glue itself. Draw the glue into the syringe and make sure there aren't any air bubbles. Now locate the leak, which you have marked with the marker pen and insert the needle through the skin. Let the syringe be inserted up to half its entire length. Now turn the ball until your syringe is dangling underneath the ball itself. At this point, inject a tiny amount of super glue into the ball while keeping the ball above the syringe itself. Carefully removed the syringe from the ball and apply a couple of drops of super glue to the punctured area on the outer surface. Do not apply too much here as the glue will tend to spread and solidify unevenly ruining the appearance of the ball. Keep the ball in the same position (with the puncture directly at the bottom) for a period of time until the super glue dries completely. Repeat the process for each of the leaks, one at a time. Use multiple syringes (a syringe can rarely be reused after it has drawn super glue as the glue solidifies inside) to repair multiple punctures. After this step, you may now pump up the ball and repeat the immersion test to see if all the leaks have been properly sealed. If yes, then you are ready to play ball. If not, then its most likely you injected the super-glue in the wrong spot or were too careless with the ball's position while injecting the glue. In theory, the super-glue instantly binds with the material inside the ball forming an airtight crust. The excess glue pools around the puncture, while a certain amount trickles into the air passage of the leak itself. This created a sort of board-pin like structure that proves to be quite sturdy and is also complimented by the increased air-pressure once the ball is properly pumped. The glue on the outer surface reinforces the punctured region preventing the passage from reopening in the near future.
You can have the following steps to fix the holes in the wall: 1. Clean up the hole; remove any debris or remaining paper from the holes. 2. Form the hole in a …symmetrical square. 3. Cut a piece of drywall, smaller than the repair area and place the new square patch in the hole. 4. Then apply a thin layer of drywall all over the patched area. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ by putting Mseal or by cement by putting Mseal or by cement
The holes may be button holes, air holes, or holes caused by damage to the shirt.
It probably is not a good thing to have holes on your t-shirts. But, one advantage, would be more fresh air cooling you. You can feel the breeze better. but for the riddle… on the math worksheet its They make it easier to get your arms through
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Yes The Ozone layer can be repaired naturally, but this will take many years. While we wait for this, the ozone layer can be repaired artificially using the research procedure… of a theoretical scientist David Stephen. See the links below.
yeah, several ways, . weld .solder .silicone
If it's small, fill it with mud (drywall compound. ) or caulk like Alex ll. If large, make a backing patch from spare drywall and fit into the hole, hold it with 2 screws, the…n tape it with mesh tape, then mud it.
The holes in a shirt for fastenings are called buttonholes, even if there are no buttons to go through them. If they are small and round they may be called eyelets.
Do you mean in an iron sheet? It is possible to fusion weld a hole in an iron sheet - panel beaters do it every day, but it takes skill. For the amateur, soldering would be an… easier option, or perhaps 'pop riveting' a patch over the hole.
You can purchase wood from your local hardware store to replace the wood with holes in it. You will need to have certain skill in woodwork to complete this task.
They are for when you have on gloves. You loop your thumb through so no snow or wind gets down your sleeve while doing activities outdoors.