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What is a thin rubber ball shaped container of gas?
Asked in Golf, Submarines, Golf Equipment
How is a golfball made?
Golf ball's cores are made out of peach cores and the mantle of the golf ball is made of metal string <silly> A golf ball starts out as a latex-filled rubber ball for a core that is progressively wound with a thin rubber strip. After the core is completely wrapped in rubber and is the appropriate diameter, it is placed into an injection mold and a polymer covering with dimples is added.
Do all snakes have long thin cylinder shaped bodies?
Asked in Entertainment & Arts, Sports
How do you make a zorb ball?
zorb ball is made of thick rubber No - the zorbing ball is not made of rubber (thick OR thin). It is constructed from sheets of flexible plastic (either PVC or TPU) which are welded or glued together with hundreds of strings keeping the two skins separated. The website of the guys who invented zorbing; http://www.theogo.com has a video on how to make a zorbing ball (or OGO) on their video's page.
Asked in Manufacturing, Science
What rubber band will shot farther a thick rubber band or a thin rubber band?
Asked in Golf
What does hitting the ball thin do?
Asked in Postage and Shipping
What is a flat paper container for a letter or thin package called?
Asked in Science
Why does a thin rubber band stretch more than the thick?
Asked in Solid State Physics
Why is it possible to boil water in a thin paper container but not in a cardboard container?
What is a tennis ball made with?
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What household item will thin rubber cement?
Thinning Rubber Cement To thin rubber cement, use ... rubber cement thinner! The brand I use is called Bestine, but most any brand will work, comes in a small tin, available at office supply stores (usually) and art supply stores (always). I usually use two parts thinner to one part cement, just pour the thinner into the cement container (you might have to pour off some of the rubber cement) and mix well. If you leave the cement container lid off for a long time, you may need to add more thinner as it is very volatile. I thin the cement down so that it flows more smoothly and spreads out nicely - but with the thinned stuff you do need to make two coats, letting dry between. Also, DON'T use the thinner around any fires, cigarettes, etc., as it is extremely flammable!!! And use good ventilation as the fumes are not good for you.