UNDERTALE SPIDER DONUTS ft Dan & Phil! – NERDY NUMMIES

UNDERTALE SPIDER DONUTS ft Dan & Phil! – NERDY NUMMIES


Ro: Hey guys, it’s Ro! Welcome to another
Nerdy Nummies! Ro: Today I have 2 very special guests, Dan
and Phil! Phil: Hi! Dan: What up Num-sters! Ro: Yeah,
you guys know these guys… Phil: Is that a thing? That’s not the thing! Ro: You guys have no idea how many requests
I got for you guys to come bake, Ro: so I am so excited. Dan: It’s because
we make baking videos that are really terrible… Phil: Yeah. Dan: So I think all our audience
is just so desperate to see us Dan: do a successful bake. Phil: See how it’s
actually done! Ro: We’re gonna do it today. If you guys
aren’t familiar them, they are amazing, Ro: I’m gonna put their links down below
so you should go check ‘em out. Ro: Dan and Phil both have separate channels
and then they do a combined gaming Ro: channel, Dan and Phil Games, so go check it out, I love it! And we are gonna be making a recipe from Ro: the indie game… All: UNDERTALE! Ro: That was really good! Dan: Boom! There
you go! Phil: We are playing this right now on our
gaming channel and I love it so much! Ro: This is perfect! Dan: I know, it’s,
it’s ruining our lives in the best way ever! Ro: Today we are gonna be making the donuts
form the game called Spider Donuts. Phil: Ooooh! Dan: Bah-bah-bah! Ro: But the
recipe is going to be dairy free. All: Let’s get started! Ro: The things you will need to make these
Spider Donuts will be: Dan: 1-1/2 cups of all purpose flour, 3 tablespoons
of oil, 1 teaspoon of apple Dan: cider vinegar, 1/4 of a teaspoon of baking
soda, 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract. Phil: 2 teaspoons of baking powder, 1/4 of
a teaspoon of salt, 2 teaspoons of Phil: lemon zest. Dan: Please don’t touch
the lemon like that Phil… Phil: Sorry! I’m sorry. Dan: Phil has defiled
a lemon everybody. Phil: A 1/2 a cup of sugar, 3/4 cup plus 2
tablespoons of almond milk. Ro: 3 cups of sifted powdered sugar, 1/3 cup
of blueberry juice, a few drops of Ro: purple food coloring and a donut pan. All: Now let’s put it all together! Phil: Ohp! Ow! Ro: The first thing that we’re gonna do
is sift together our dry ingredients. Ro: So I’m gonna have Phil, you’re gonna
hold down the bowl. Dan: Oh no! Phil: OK, I’m warning you, I’m the clumsiest
person on Earth, so… Ro: OK. Dan: You gave Phil the job that creates mess.
Ro: Uh-oh! Phil: I’m gonna try my best! Ro: Pour it right in here. Phil: Do I shake
it? Do I vibrate it? Ro: Shake it, just a little, controlled. Controlled shake.
Phil: Controlled shaking. Dan: Controlled shaking Phil! Phil: OK, just
do it, I’m doing it! Phil: Whew! Dan: You annihilated that flour.
Ro: That’s amazing! Phil: Alright. Ro: And these chunks, we don’t need ‘em,
get ‘em out of here! Dan: Sift that. Ro: Now our sugar, salty-salty!
Phil: Like a bit of salt, there we go! Dan: What is happening? Get out! Ro: That’s
it, jump it around. Phil: Oh there we go, there we go! It’s
coming out. Dan: Whoa is that a whisk? Whoa, OK didn’t
tell me there’d be whisks involved today! Ro: Baking soda and baking powder, you can
put them in at the same time, Ro: that’s OK. Phil: Let’s do it! Ro: Whisk together until well combined. You
can do it slow. Phil: That’s slow! Ro: Or fast to create a lot of dust if you
want. Phil: I am creating a lot of dust… Dan: It’s just like, ‘We’re walking
in the earth!’ Phil: I am sorry everyone! Dan: OK, let’s just put down this whisk
right here, what’s happening with the lemon Ro? Ro: Alright, so what we’re gonna do is we’re
gonna need to zest it. Phil: Yes. Ro: So if you’re not familiar with zesting…
Phil: That looks dangerous! Ro: It’s very easy! Dan: Get that away from
us! Oh my gosh! Phil: What is this? Ro: I’m gonna teach
you. Dan: This isn’t a Phil job! Ro: It’s a very fine micro blade, kind of
like a cheese grater. Phil: Mmmmm. Dan: Oooh, micro blade! Ro: But you’re just
gonna hold this down, like that. Dan: Nice! Dan: Oh, drag that lemon. Ro: Here, you got
it! Dan: OK, I like this… Phil: You could be
a professional zester Dan! Ro: Zesting! Dan: Finally a viable career!
Bye YouTube! Ro: You can zest lemons… Dan: Your enemies.
Phil: Spiders. Ro: Those are popular baking zests. Dan: What
would happen if you tried to zest a plum? Ro: They don’t really have that kind of
skin for that. Phil: No… Ro: No…. Dan: I’m gonna do it! Ro: Now we’re gonna add all of our zest
into our dry ingredients. Phil: So as the dry ingredients went so well,
what happens now? Ro: Now we are gonna make non-dairy buttermilk,
this is a very very easy thing to do. Dan and Phil: Oooh! Ro: Who wants to pour the apple cider vinegar
into our almond milk? Phil: I feel like my entire life has been
leading up to this moment. Dan: Phil, you are the no lactose guy, you
need to make this not-buttermilk. Ro: Yeah! Phil: Here we go. Ro: Just slowly pour it
in, then using a spoon you’re just going Ro: to slowly stir it together. You want to
stir until it starts to curdle, and Ro: this is basically making a buttermilk
replacement. Dan: So this is cow-free witchcraft right
now, look at this! Phil: Mmmm, here we go! Dan: Now we can add in the vanilla extract
and oil. Oh yeah! Phil: That was satisfying. Dan: Oh my gosh look at this. Ro: Then give
it 1 more stir. Ro: We’ve got our wet ingredients, our dry
ingredients. Phil: Yeah? Ro: I’m gonna have both of you work together,
this is teamwork. Phil: Uh…. Dan: Oh no! Phil: I’m pouring, slower? Ro: Be the turtle! Dan: You’re pouring on my finger, don’t
pour it on my finger! Ro: The only thing to remember is not to over-mix
because you don’t want your batter Ro: to be too tough! Dan: So we didn’t make a gigantic mess,
we have scooped our donut mixture into these Dan: piping bags, look at this! Phil: They
look like alien carrots. Dan: And now it’s time to whack out the
scissors. Phil: Oh no. Ro: Yes. Dan: Carefully! Ro: You want to make sure to spray your pan
so that it won’t stick while it’s baking. Dan: Your spray is a lot more controlled than
Markiplier’s was… Phil: That was a heavy flow… Markiplier: I was told heavy! Ro: Yep, heavy.
Markiplier: They didn’t say how heavy! Ro: So start at the bottom. Phil: Yeah? Ro:
And you’re just gonna fill it about 2/3 full. Dan: So how much mixture do we have? Phil:
Oh no, wait! I’m sorry! Dan: Phil what the heck? Ro: Oh whoa! Phil:
I’m sorry! Phil: It’s falling back in, it’s fine! Ro: It’s OK. Dan: You destroy everything
you touch! Phil: Stop making me laugh! Dan: What is wrong
with you, control yourself! Phil: Stop making me laugh! Dan: You have
destroyed this video, and our futures! Ro: I’m gonna pop these in the oven, you’re
gonna heat your oven to 375 Ro: degrees and bake these for about 10-12
minutes. Dan: Not 13! Phil: No! Ro: No! Phil: Then it’s set afire!
Ro: You’ve gone to far! Dan: I’m watching you! Dan: So whilst that’s baking, what is this
that has appeared before us? Phil: Dun-da-da-daaaa! Ro: Donut glaze! Phil:
My favorite kind of glaze! Dan: You’ve got to glaze it! Ro: Glaze is very easy to make you guys, you
just need powdered sugar, and here Ro: I’ve got my blueberry juice, so Phil
I’m gonna have you pour this in here and Ro: Dan, whisk together. Phil: OK. Dan: It’s
literally just sugar and a color, Dan: you can’t mess this up. Phil: Am I
doing this the right way? Ro: Yeah! Phil: Wooop! Dan: He’s doing it in a smiley
face. Phil: There we go! Ro: You could just leave it here, but I’m
gonna bring a little bit more Ro: vibrance, I’m just gonna add 1 little
drop of food coloring. Dan: Oh man, I just want that all over me! Ro: Now, our donuts have baked, they’ve
had plenty of time to cool. Dan: Da-da-da-da! Ro: I’ve put them on top
of a drying rack. Phil: Ba-ba-ba-ba! Dan: Mmmmhmmm. Ro: And
then, placed it on top of a cookie sheet Ro: lined with a piece of parchment paper,
so that it will catch the excess glaze that Ro: drips off. Phil: OK. Dan: So no matter
how much mess we are definitely gonna Dan: make… Ro: Mmmhmmm. Dan: It will just
drip through. Phil: Nice! Dan: See, we just destroy our house. Phil:
Yeah. Dan: Find sugar everywhere for months. Ro: I just like go slow and steady. Phil: I’m imagining it’s a snail that
I’m going in a spiral shape. Dan: Oh that’s so much better than me. Ro:
What are you doing? Dan: I regret all my life choices. Phil: Oh
Dan, what are you doing!? Phil: I don’t know, mine’s just fallen
down the stairs… Phil: Yours is like… Dan: It’s not having
a great time. Phil: I’m trying a new technique now. Dan:
OK, what is this new technique you’re trying? Phil: It’s like a lion’s mane, rawr! Dan: I’m going for the whirlpool that represents
the inner torment in my soul. Phil: Yay! Dan: There we go. Dan: Oh no, I got some on my hands. Phil:
Oh no what a shame! Oh no! Dan: Oh no it’s happening again! Phil: Oh no! What’s happening!? Ro: Treats for me! Dan: Just lay me down,
can you both just pipe it into my mouth? Dan: This is happening. Ro: They’re gonna set for just a few minutes.
Phil: OK. Ro: And then, we have Ro: 1 final decoration step. Dan: The spiderweb?
Ro: Yep! Phil: You know it! Dan: Yes! Ro: Pew-pew-pew-pew! Phil: Dan got
all the gold stars! Ro: That’s Spiderman. Phil: I bet he’s
happy it comes out of his arms and not Phil: out of his nose. Ro: That would be hard
if you were him to shoot them Ro: out of your nose because you’d have
to go…. Phil: Yeah. Dan: And that’s just gross! Ro: We are gonna need some white royal icing.
Phil: OK. Ro: I put them in plastic baggies with number
2 tips at the end for a little bit more control. Phil: So what’s happening. Ro: We are gonna
pipe 2 crosses, any way you want, Ro: you can go horizontal or vertical. Dan: What, what are you doing!? Phil: I drew
a cross? Dan: What on earth do you think a spider’s
web looks like? Phil: I’m sorry! Phil: I’m sorry! Ro: Oh no! Dan: Oh my gosh! Phil’s
spider got a bit dizzy! Ro: We’ve got our crosses, now it’s time
for inner-web. Phil: Inner-web! Ro: They kind of look like little smiley faces.
Dan: They need the little ladder Dan: steps for them to climb on. Phil: Yes. Ro: Yeah!
Dan: Otherwise how could the spider sit in the web? Phil: Rainbows… Ro: So in between each line, you’re just
going to do a little happy face. Phil: I’ve got this! Mine looks quite
spooky though. Dan: Yours, yeah yours looks like a true basement
web! Phil: One that’s been around for awhile.
Ro: Let me see, you guys, let us know who has the best Ro: web, I think we all know who it is…
Phil: Um, definitely not me! Dan: Don’t, don’t even humor us in the
comments guys, we don’t deserve it! Ro: Now we’re gonna decorate the rest of
our donuts! Phil: OK, I’m gonna do this one well. Dan: I mean mine looks like the spider ate some bad chili, and it just kind of lost control whilst Dan: trying to make a web… Haaarrrrggggghhhhh! All: Ta-da! Ro: Here are the spider donuts that we made
today, in honor of Undertale! Phil: I’m so proud of us! Dan: Muffet would
be proud! Phil: They’re so good! Dan: Especially with
this little apron as well. Ro: Yeah you guys, spoiler! When you meet
Muffet… Phil: Spoiler alert! Ro: This is her tablecloth in the video game. Ro: So let’s display our favorite donut.
Phil: My favorite donut here, Phil: mine’s the basement donut. Dan: Yours
is the beautifully iced one! Phil: Beautiful, it’s almost as if you know
how to bake! Dan: The successful one! Ro: We have to do a taste test. Phil: OK,
let’s do this! Phil: Hawmh! Mmmm! They are so good! Ro: That’s good! Mmmm! Dan: I’m gonna
need a private moment, OK, sorry guys! Ro: I like the lemon! Dan: Whoooooooo! Ro: A big thank you to Dan and Phil for coming
and baking with me today! Both: Thank you for having us! Dan: We had a great time! Ro: You guys, this
was so fun! Dan: This was a successful bake! Phil: Yes!
Dan: We, we really needed this in our lives! Ro: Can I come visit you? Both: You can! Dan:
We’ll show you how we bake in the UK! Phil: Introduce you to the queen. Dan: You’ll
have a terrible time! Ro: These guys are amazing, please go check
out their channels if you haven’t already, Ro: I’ll be putting all their links down
below. And I’ll be taking lots of pictures Ro: of our baking creations that we made today
and I’ll be posting them on Ro: Facebook, Tumblr, Instagram and Twitter!
And if you guys make these, please Ro: take a picture, and send them to us, we
would love to see your baking creations. Dan: We would! Just send ‘em over! Phil:
So much! Send everything! Ro: I love to like, re-tweet them and stuff.
Dan: All that. Ro: It just makes me happy! Phil: Yay! Ro: Makes my day! Alright, thanks again you guys, bye-bye! Phil: Bye! Dan: Goodbye! Ro: Dee-dee!

Is Fixing up an old sailboat w/ 500 ROTTEN BLISTERS even worth it ??  -Patrick Childress Sailing #60

Is Fixing up an old sailboat w/ 500 ROTTEN BLISTERS even worth it ?? -Patrick Childress Sailing #60


We need to get this old blister covered sailboat to looking like this
and this is how we did it part two of major hull blister repairs hello I’m Patrick and I’m Rebecca on the
sailboat Brick House a Valiant 40. We have had
some comments people asking why don’t we just go out and buy a new sailboat
instead of fixing up this old 44 year old sailboat. Buy a new sail boat?? i would
rather have 500 blisters then spend 500 grand! yeah a new Swan 48 would be okay
but the reality is a 44 year old sailboat suits our economy just fine and
especially a valiant 40 I don’t know if any other design especially with the
interior layout that I like as well as the Valiant 40 so these old sailboats if
you buy them at the right price if they’ve been somewhat maintained there’s
a lot of hidden value there. we used to flip houses that is we would
buy old houses that needed work fix them up and sell them oftentimes within a
month and make a comfortable profit that is what helped to get Rebecca and I out
retired and sailing at a fairly young age! We see sailboats in the same way. Our
Valiant 40 had a lot of tremendous value locked in it and we just had to
bring it out. I’m gonna put my sunglasses on too because it’s very bright out here that’s why I don’t put sunglasses on my
head most of the time I always lose them but yeah these sailboats like with
the Valiant 40 has a lot of potential. If you just can sail away on it enjoy
crossing oceans and in these foreign countries where it’s very reasonable, do
the boat work to fix them up which is what we have been doing. I have been waiting
for about five years to get to a place like South Africa to do all of the
blister repairs. We knew it would be extensive, it would take a long time and
a lot of work but everything that you saw in the first video and you’ll see in
this video all the blister repairs and all the painting cost us about $4,000 USD
for materials and labor. That isn’t counting my own time in labor and it
does not count the Coppercoat that’s on the body but we feel as though just like
flipping a house we have increased the value tremendously. We may not sell the
boat for profit in the end but we’ve had a very cheap place to live, we’ve had a
lot of great adventures and we’ll certainly get a lot more for it than
when we first started out. Anything you want to say? No. You have to say something! You say
yeah anybody has a Swan 48 you want to give us… OK if anyone wants to give us a Swan 48 we’re all ears – go for it! yeah but the reality is a new sailboat just is such a
fast depreciating asset you know just like a car as soon as you drive it off
the lot it’s you’ll never get what you paid for it again and that’s why we feel
these old boats have a lot more value than any new boat ever can have. any sail boat
even a new one is a maintenance treadmill. If you don’t want to do boat work,
don’t buy a boat. And that’s part of it too. You have to be willing to get your
hands dirty and work right alongside the helpers. you just can’t be throwing money
at contractors who oftentimes just screw things up. Get in, do the work
yourself, get the proper tools, and learn how to do it and you can have a very
nice asset. So let’s get into finishing up these blister repairs… into the final
faring and sanding. so let’s get to work! It was a lot of work to open up all of
these resin blisters and prepare the blisters for the laminating of new
fiberglass with epoxy resin to get everything ready the process the epoxy
resin used is Gurit SP 106 with slow hardener and the fiberglass cloth is
1708 we got all of those materials from AMT Composites in Durban South Africa oh
I forgot to mention in the last video and I’ll do it real quick here with
these thin rollers when they get used they get really plugged up with fiberglass resin
and they become useless. but they can clean up very quick and easily by using
a paint stripping heat gun just melt that stuff out of there give it a good
brushing with a wire brush and couple of minutes it will look like new.
The two-part epoxy faring compound we used is Seafare 600 which we also
bought through AMT Composites but as you can see just using some putty knives or
some sheetrock compound knives they just weren’t large enough to do an adequate
job we had to find a better system a better application tool to help speed up
the process and do a better job so we started experimenting with some leftover
fiberglass panels and also some plexiglass panels and each had its own
thickness and ability to fold perfectly into these outside curves and the inside
curves and the plexiglass panel is a little thicker so it could be held very
straight for very straight work like the keel to Hull joint curve the only thing
is there to be absolutely no defects on that application edge of these new
screeds but that was no problem we just got out the router picked up a piece of
aluminum which was actually an old curtain track and used that as a
straight edge for the router to follow to make a perfectly straight edge on
both of these new screeds you can actually see how wide that piece of
plastic is so I actually cut it in half lengthwise and made two screeds out of
it but you can see here look at that router
guide that bearing was just about ready to fall off I got lucky on that one good
lesson to always check the set screw on the very bottom of that collar and make
sure it’s good and tight depending on which way the wind blew we generally set
up our old mainsail as a dust containment cloth
although the contractor is working on the surrounding boats weren’t quite so
concerned where their dust blew but what really helped out to contain our dust
and make our cleanup much easier during the smoothing process of all that
faring compound was to use a little cheapy vacuum cleaner that hooked up to
the dust collection system of the random orbit sander and it didn’t use
traditional bags for filtering they used water which was a very great collection
system saved us a lot of work a lot of cleanup during this whole process hey that’s just amazing look this is the all over in the air on
the ground on our work I mean the solid mud is about half of my finger deep
incredible so after all that sanding we had to make sure that we got all the
dust off of the surface in preparation for the next step in the process we
found that washing with a scrub brush on the end of long handle with a lot of
fresh water was not adequate when the surfaces dry if you wipe your hand over
there would always be a layer of residual dust that did not come up so we
found that wrapping a terry cloth towel around that scrub brush and then washing
the boat maybe with a little dishwashing detergent in the water as well that
eliminated all the residual dust that we were absolutely sure to make sure that
all of that dishwashing detergent was well washed away from the surface of the
boat using the water hose we washed at night because by morning the ground and
everything else would be dry however during the day if we had to wash the
boat we would use three buckets of water because we could not afford to use the
hose and be slopping around in a mud pit one bucket with clean water would first
be used to wipe down the boat we’d go over that with the next clean bucket of
water and then follow that with a third clean bucket of water and it was one
person’s job then to continually be emptying out those water buckets and
refilling them with more clean water and this worked out really well occasionally
we would go over the surface with a heat gun just mildly to make sure that
everything was very dry but otherwise it did come out extremely clean with that
three rag three rinse process one day we ran out of the two-part epoxy ready-mix
faring compound so we had to mix up our own using the epoxy resin after stirring
the hardener and the resin for a full two minutes then we mixed in a spoonful
of Cabosill and then started mixing in the microballoons of course there’s
other fillers of that would be very sandable but they weren’t available to
us had to use the microballoons and we had
marked in the tin can with a magic marker the level of which to fill the
can so we’d have just the right amount of microballoons in the mix so we could
duplicate this mix time and time again very quickly with no guesswork but
the big problem was this stuff sags no matter how much of any of the fillers we
put in there and the Cabosil it still ran it still sagged it was not easy to
spread and get a nice even finish it meant a lot of work with these long
boards in all the sanding that we had to do the only way you can get a good
finish on these boats without a lot of waviness
is with longboards and a lot of arm muscle flexion there’s no easy way I
searched and I searched and I could only find one extremely expensive longboard
that had a power cord attached to it and that’s made in Europe and we just
couldn’t get that here 58% import duties plus shipping and everything else it’s
just cheaper to hire a lot of people with strong arms so I made the longboards out of some scrap fibreglass panel that we had laying around and they
were just wide enough so where they would fit side-by-side on a long roll of
sandpaper holes were drilled in the fiberglass board the head where the
screw if the flat head screw would fit was countersunk the little wood handle
was glued and screwed to the board and we would be all set some of these boards
had two handles some of the board’s had four handles it was nice to have their
variety and then a rubber piece of rubber that I found laying around the
yard was contact cemented sometimes they call it contact adhesive to the bottom
of the longboard and that would give a nice backing for the sandpaper
conforming to some of these tight radiuses on the hull one long piece of
sandpaper did not work out as it would buckle in the middle
it was far better than so we found to cut two or three pieces which is best to
run the length of a longboard spray on adhesive just did not work well it
wasn’t strong enough to attach a sandpaper to the longboard so then we
always used the contact cement out of the can. I checked with every contractor in the
boatyard, and they all said there is no easy way out of all of this hand longboard
sanding and puttying and faring and sanding and puttying and faring and
sanding, day after day, to get it right. some people familiar with this type of
work would call our longboards short boards because often times on much larger
projects very high-end projects boards that are 15 feet long would be used that
is four and a half meters and take four and sometimes five people to operate but
this is not a marina Queen it’s not a race boat what we’re doing here turns
out to be very acceptable and the nice even finish throughout and very adequate
for a hard used ocean crossing sail boat there are different techniques for
finding the low spots or the high spots in the faring process but generally we
could see them or feel them easily with our hand but we added black white or
blue pigment to the faring compound and that helped greatly to show where we
were and where we needed to go with the fairing but anytime we did find a lower
the high spots that needed attention we would generally circle them with a
different colored magic marker one day like red and maybe a green one on
another day to help avoid any confusion and the day finally came to where we
could mark the waterline we raised it up yet another inch and that would be a
total of three inches from the original waterline as this boat came from the
factory and before we ever got started on this project we put pieces of blue
tape along either the cap rail or the rub rail and then measured down from
there to the existing waterline to preserve those measurements and try to
get them back at the end of this project so all of those measurements then were
measured straight down from their individual station and marked with a
magic marker on the hull of the boat and then we took a fishing line and strung
it up and taped it to each one of those measurement points
then it took a lot of eyeballing and moving that fishing line up and down
just a hair and more tape to hold it in new places to get that curve that
existed before we got started on this project once that was accomplished then
we took new tape and followed the fishing line just to the top side of it
where then the fishing line can be pulled away and we had whatever water
line that was left this was not a perfect system but we did the best we
could with it if you know of a better way of getting back that water line then
please leave the information in the comments down below and everybody I’m
sure will benefit from it all the faring and sanding was done now we were
finally in the homestretch we use all epoxy resin and all epoxy
fairing compounds on this blister repair project so osmosis – the intrusion of water into
the hull, just would not be a problem. However I still wanted to give
four coats of epoxy resin – as a barrier coat – below the waterline so that we would have a nice
hard evenly consistent skin in preparation for the Coppercoat
antifouling that we would be putting on and just to make me feel better about
the project following standard epoxy mixing instructions we mixed our slow
hardener with the resin at least two minutes before applying it to the hull
rolling it on and then smoothing it out with a roller that we had cut in half
and we applied it wet on wet that is one layer that we
applied once it just set up and it was still a little tacky to the touch we
went on and applied the next coat and this gave excellent adhesion to each
successive coat four coats of two-part primer around and
around until we just ran out of primer to use this was some South African made
stuff that was recommended by one of the contractors in the boatyard so it wasn’t the
name brand that the most international people would recognize and of course
everywhere in the world there has got to be a bug that just feels like they’ve
got to jump into wet paint all the surfaces were sanded with 320 grit paper
with a random orbit sander before priming and I would have put a lot of
money on saying that everything was perfect there were absolutely no
blemishes and how long how much money I would have lost on that bet it’s amazing
what primer will show up in the way the tiniest little defects so we use this
stuff called spot putty it looks like tar but it dries extremely
fast and hard and it was just the perfect party one part putty
for filling up all these tiniest little dings or scratches or defects and then
those would get sanded with 320 grit paper and and then they were ready for
painting we wouldn’t prime over these pretty rough-looking isn’t it but that
just as smooth as anybody could do with this stuff so it did take a little bit
of extra sandy we went through three of these cheapy
little vacuum cleaners that uses water for collection rather than a dust bag
the bearings inside just kept burning out but it wasn’t just those a little
black patch spots that we used the spot putty on the entire hull where it was
primed you got sanded again with a six-inch random orbit sander with 320
grit paper but we also used the little palm sander with the same grit paper in
some of the areas that were a bit more curved and more difficult to get to with
the big 6-inch random orbit sander. Sipho was on the spray gun with three of us doing
everything that needed to be done to make it possible for him to just keep on
spraying around and around the boat we moved a scaffolding his hoses and one
man was dedicated to mixing up the two-part paint and again that was just
generic paint made locally that was suggested by one of the local
contractors. That is our old mainsail covering up the catamaran in front of us
they just had their boat painted and then we don’t need any oopss with their
paint job. Sipho certainly had the hardest job he couldn’t stand around and take a
little break every now and then… always moving, and always spraying, and he worked around and around, and that was good enough. After 4 coats we were done what a
nice feeling I mean I’m the boss I’m paying the bills I don’t want a marina
queen but these guys said no way we’re not done and I lost that argument I
didn’t have the heart to tell them that this is a long range hard core hard used
cruising sailboat I don’t need an absolutely perfect job
but they would not relent there were just the tiniest little defects the
tiniest little pinholes primer and paint does not cover defects it only
accentuates them and I did not have the heart though to tell them good enough
was good enough in this case so they went at it and sanded down the white again, filling
up all the tiniest little defects you could imagine and took special viewing
from one angle or another to see them and then started wet sanding and also some
dry sanding all with the 320 and actually 400 grit paper all to get this
surface ready for another four coats of white paint the green and white color
combination is the age-old Valiant 40 color scheme and this time we got away
with four coats of green and you didn’t have to put on anything so now all that
was left to do is put on the newly chromed trim on the hawspipe
give it a good application of Coppercoat which is video number 57 and then
apply prop speed to the propeller and apply Propspeed on the shaft and prop. Propspeed is a silicone finish
that has worked out very well for us in the past and we’ll do a video on the
Propspeed application one of these days. And after eight months of boat work,
this old boat is finished and ready to go back in the water. We fully believe
that it’s stronger and better now than when it rolled out of the factory in
1976 44 years ago and just like the houses that we used to fix up and sell
for profit in Rhode Island we fully believe that this boat is now worth far
more than when we started out 12 years ago. We have all the receipts for the
materials and all the time cards for the labor but it would take hours and hours
to figure it all out to get an exact amount of cost, so Rebecca and I will
both guesstimate that the materials and labor to do all the blister repairs. and
this is not counting the cost of the Coppercoat bottom paint, but it costs us about
four thousand US dollars to do this blister repair and the paint job but the
boat work isn’t done. Rebecca wants to put on lithium batteries, and also a hybrid hot
water heating system. SO now we sail away from Richards Bay and move on down to Cape Town where we
will take care of those boat projects, but it’s been a fun great stop in Richard Bay…
we went to the game parks and met a lot of great people but like with every
cruiser there comes that date that you just have to leave…and sail away!

How to make a wasp trap from an energy drink


Here’s a
wasp trap
that I bought spiders, a moth but no wasps Here’s a better way first you need an empty can fill 1/3 with juice slide tab so that it partially covers the opening let wasps in but keep them from flying back out set outside and wait let’s see what we’ve caught

One Board Project Un semplice sgabello


Hi, welcome back today too in my hovel. Meanwhile, very late I wish you a good 2020 because I haven’t been posting videos since last year I’m sorry, I had a little bit of health problems not yet completely resolved, however, okay slowly we will make up I decided to accept Mattley’s challenge that of One Board Project In fact, you see me so low because I’m sitting on on what I made it. At first I wanted to make a watch though then I thought why let’s make a stool it’s easier also from eventually copy well, let’s see how I did it after the initials we divide the table into 3 parts: 2 X 40 and 1 X 20 cm I drew a reference line in the middle and another reference point at 19.5 cm now 9 mm per side …. 18 mm …. the thickness of the table everything fits we clean the joints .. center the feet with the seat … Abemus mortase 18 mm we also clean the mortises well now we get the tenons 1 2 3 let’s assemble it !!!! perfect #aucann I hope the project you liked it it is quite fast and easy to make is great together no glue is needed, no screws are needed, absolutely nothing is needed it could also be a nice object to … get in the car for those who go fishing if you take it apart and takes nothing of place … and when it gets where it has to go if you reassemble it are 2 joints plus the seat that holds everything well see you next time Hello

爪とぎタワーの職人|可愛い子猫と修理 DIY工具タッカーしつけ

爪とぎタワーの職人|可愛い子猫と修理 DIY工具タッカーしつけ


Cat nail sharpening repair and craftsman Stopper called a tucker. Japanese description of Takagi why. 3.6V rechargeable Tucker stable. U-shaped. T-type nail for tucker. Charge with power adapter. I was able to charge. Remove the base. Equipped with a stable. Of course, it can be used even if the base is removed. Also try T-shaped nails. It feels good. TRUSCO cotton rope white 6mm x 30m three hit type R630M Kuroni “Nigeru Nya!” Big (Noisy …) “Because it’s suspicious, check the smell!” Rei “I’m going to do Kofun!” It’s really fighting behind Good feeling. Lightly “I’ll do it too!” Where are you coming from Ray, I’ve been doing it all the time Kocha “I’ll do it too!” I wanna climb Ray, I’ve been doing it all the time.
A true nail sharpener! Thank you for watching the video!
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Mexican Honey Wasp |Daphne Richards |Central Texas Gardener


– In San Antonio, Mark Harris spotted this
beach-ball sized, papery-looking nest near the top of a tree, home to hundreds of flying
insects. Should he be concerned about them? It’s hard to see individual insects here,
but from their behavior, my entomology colleague Wizzie Brown suspects Mexican honey wasps. Wizzie tells us that these wasps are not very
aggressive and often ignore human activity. They’re also beneficial pollinators and can
feed on harmful insects. You’ll most often notice the nests when deciduous
trees lose their leaves. Writer and Texas Master Naturalist Sheryl
Smith-Rodgers documented the relocation of one beneficial colony to her Texas Wildscape
habitat garden. If you’re looking to add more native plants
this year, it’s the perfect time to plant American beautyberry, a native understory
small shrub for part shade. Deciduous in winter, its late spring flowers
attract bees, butterflies and other pollinators. And in fall, American beautyberry provides
a plethora of purple or white berries to feed birds and small mammals, like this one, shared
with us from Agnes Fajkus, in Fayette County. As we prepare our planting beds for a new
season, should we do a soil test? Soil tests determine nutrient levels, so you
only need one if you’re trying to decide how to fertilize. If you have natives or well adapted plants,
you may never need to fertilize them, in which case, a soil test isn’t necessary. One important note: it’s not just soil fertility
but soil type that determines what will grow successfully for you. Some plants prefer well-drained, even rocky
locations, while others need deeper or heavier soil, for more water-holding capacity. Be sure you know what type of soil you have
in your landscape before you plant. Another question we often get. What’s the difference between compost and
mulch? The answer is, mostly time. Mulch is relatively large aggregate organic
matter, used to protect the soil from evaporation. Compost is much smaller aggregate organic
matter that has broken down over time, due to the activity of microbes. Compost can be used as mulch, but those smaller
particles break down even further rather quickly, while mulch will break down more slowly. It’s best to incorporate compost to the soil
when planting, where it assists with water and nutrient-holding capacity. Or, you can add a thin layer on top of soil
each season underneath any new mulch that you apply. Many people often wonder about just exactly
what I do, as an Extension horticulturist. The Extension Service exists to help educate
community residents on various topics, encouraging the adoption of best management practices. As a horticulturist, my focus is to help people
with issues surrounding landscape practices and gardening. My favorite place to do my job is right here
on CTG, but I also give presentations at various events and conferences, and organize lectures
and workshops. We also have many online resources, and we
announce all of our upcoming programs on our various websites. One of my most intensive programs is the Master
Gardener training, which I offer at most once a year. After completion of this eight-week course,
participants spend a year as Master Gardener Intern volunteers. And after successful completion of the internship,
participants earn the title of Travis County Master Gardener, where they continue to assist
me with implementing my educational programs. The easiest way to find out more about all
of our programs is to do an internet search for Travis County Extension Horticulture,
or call our office. We’d love to hear from you! Check out centraltexasgardener.org. to send
us your questions, stories and videos.

How to Make a SPIDER-MAN WEB SHOOTER at home | IN HINDI | Marvel Fan

How to Make a SPIDER-MAN WEB SHOOTER at home | IN HINDI | Marvel Fan


What’s up, guys? I am Rob.
Welcome to my channel. For the past few weeks I have been
making Marvel related DIY projects.. ..which you like very much. That’s why we are
going to do one more.. ..that too a highly requested one. We are going to make
a web shooter today.. ..but first, if you haven’t
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so, please participate. And now, Marvel fans, get ready
for because it’s time for some DIY. Why? Because I love it. Alright, let’s get started
and let’s make a web shooter. To make the web shooter.. ..the first thing I shall
make is the shooting mechanism.. ..for which I shall use this. I have these two pens. One is a mini sketch pen and
the second is this ball point pen. Our shooting gun will be
made out of this mini sketch pen. I shall make the nozzle using this
and the gun will be spring powered.. ..so, we shall remove the
spring from the ball point pen.. ..which will give power to our gun. First and foremost we
shall take this sketch pen.. ..to make the nozzle of our gun. I need the hollow tube
from this mini sketch pen. So, let’s separate
the remaining parts. Okay, I have emptied out
the pen’s tube, as you can see. Out of all these parts
I will only take this portion. The back cap. We shall stick the spring
from the ball point pen on to this. Let’s put this at the
side and remove the spring. We have our spring here.
We shall attach it to the pen. I shall use a hot glue
gun to stick the spring. Only a small drop. We shall stick the spring
on top of this, like so. Let’s connect the
nozzle back with this. Our spring powered gun is ready. Now you can load the bullets in it.. ..from this direction and the spring
will shoot it towards the front. But the front end here is quite small.
It is very narrow.. ..because a nib was in here. I shall cut this a
little so it widens a bit. That way it will be easy
to load a bullet in this. Let’s cut this. I shall give it a clean
cut with this x acto knife. We now have a wide
opening for our bullets. Now let me show you
how to make the bullets.. ..with which we will shoot the web. I am taking a small piece
of paper to make the bullet.. ..and we shall roll it with
the help of a ball point pen. Like this. So, this tightly rolled
paper tube will become our bullet. Let’s try loading it. As you can see it is easily
sliding into the nozzle. So, this is fine. Let’s stick this,
to get our bullet ready. I am using white glue to stick this. You can even roll paper in this
manner to make your gun’s nozzle.. ..or tube if you don’t
have an old sketch pen. I am coating the extra
glue on top of the paper.. ..so it gets some strength. There you go. We shall leave it for drying now. Later we shall shoot
it to see how our gun works. Okay, so the bullet is dry and ready. Now we put it in the gun’s nozzle.
Like this. We shall press this
to see if it shoots. Wow! Look at that. You can see this spring
powered gun works very well. Now I shall add a web, that
is to say a string to the bullets.. ..so that when I shoot a string
or a web will come out of this.. ..towards the front. And instead of shooting with
the finger I shall add a trigger.. ..so it becomes easy to shoot. Our gun our shooting
mechanism is ready. We have to convert this
into a web shooter now. You must have noticed that a
web shooter is attached to the wrist. When you press the
trigger it releases a web. So, we shall make
a similar web shooter. Almost like a wrist
watch it will have a base.. ..to which our shooting
mechanism will be attached. We will have a band,
so that we may wear it like a watch. I shall make that using cardboard. I have cut a rectangular
piece 2 inch by 8 inch in size. This will be my band,
which I shall wear around my wrist.. ..to wear the web shooter. And this will be our base, on top
of which I shall stick our shooter. You can design the base in any shape. Be it circular, triangular or square. I cut it in this shape
because when it is ready.. ..I shall add a spider logo on it. That way our web shooter
will look pretty good. To completely hide this shooting
mechanism I’ve cut some more pieces. I shall stick these on top of it. Basically I shall sandwich
this inside these pieces.. ..to cover it completely. So, let’s do that. Okay. So,
as you can see, this piece is ready. The edges don’t look very clean
but I have a simple solution for that. I shall show you how to cover it. I cut a thin strip of cardboard here. You just have to
peel it in this manner. After separating it we will
leave out this corrugated part. We shall use the cover
to clean our edges. I shall stick it in this manner
on top of the edges to cover it. Looks pretty neat, right? I am covering it completely. Once it is stuck I
shall make a hole here.. ..I shall make an opening
for the web shooter. Let’s cut the extra bit. There you go. This is done. Let’s make a hole. Alright, our hole is ready,
as you can see. Let’s load a bullet to check it. Perfect! You can see how easily
the bullet is going in. So, this piece is ready.
We shall stick it to the band. We have our band here. We shall stick it
in the exact center.. ..but first we shall
get the band ready. As you can see I have cut some
strips on the underside of the band. But that is optional.
I did it so it would roll easily. As this is cardboard
it rolls very easily. Now we have to figure out how
to lock this on our wrist like thus. The simple solution is Velcro. I shall use this Velcro.. ..and stick it to our band,
so that we can easily wear the band. Let’s stick this in place. I shall use a hot
glue gun to stick it. Alright. This is stuck
with the help of a hot glue gun.. ..but I shall staple it on
the sides to give it extra strength. Let’s check it out. There you go. Okay. So, our band is ready. We shall stick this piece
to the band in this manner.. ..right in the center. And you will notice I
am aligning it with the edge.. ..so we get some area in the
front where we shall add a trigger. Let’s stick this. Again I am using a
hot glue gun to stick this. Okay, so this is ready. Now I shall add a trigger
in the front portion here.. ..which will allow us to
shoot the bullets or the web. For that I shall use these. These are ice-cream sticks.. ..and I shall make
a trigger with these.. ..but you have to prepare
this like I have done over here. It is a slightly lengthy
process but it is not difficult. What you need to do is dip
the ice-cream sticks in water.. ..and when the wood softens you
bend it in any shape to prepare it. Once it dries it retains its shape. In fact this is how most of
the bamboo and cane furniture is made. So, I dipped the ice-cream
stick in the water. I folded it and put
a rubber band around it. And when I removed the rubber
band this is the shape I got. Almost like an ‘S’ shape. So this will be our trigger. I’ll show you how. We shall fit this
over here in this manner. Just like that. And when I press this
our web will shoot out of here. Firstly I shall cut off the
front part of the ice-cream stick.. ..as it is curved. I am cutting this
off so we get a clean straight edge. I shall simply cut
this off with a cutter. Alright, we now have a straight edge. The next thing we
do is take this trigger.. ..and place it here to
see what its correct position is. Something like this.
This here is my correct position. So, we must place this
side over here in the gap.. ..and make a marking
slightly on the inside. Again we cut this portion. Alright. As you can
see I have cut it over here. We have to make this
into a movable joint. If you wish you can cut it all
the way and then stick it with tape.. ..so that this piece
moves in this fashion. Just like this. I cut it slightly from the
top so it becomes like a hinge.. ..and moves in this manner. Now I shall stick a double
sided tape at the back.. ..and stick it at the back. So, let’s do that. Okay, that’s done. You can see I have
a movable joint over here. The tape gives is extra strength. I have used extra strong
double sided tape over here.. ..but you can use
regular tape as well. Now we shall stick
this to our web shooter. I shall apply glue on
the movable portion over here.. ..and stick it to our web shooter. Just like this. So, we have our trigger.
Our web shooter looks like this. Now I shall put a
small lock over here. I shall make the lock
out of this small piece.. ..which we cut off from
the ice-cream stick at first.. ..and stick it here in this manner.. ..so it keeps the bullet inside.. ..and when the trigger
is down the hole will open.. ..and the bullet will come out. So, let’s stick this in place. And with our lock in place, our web shooter is ready. I think I should paint it now
and give it a more impressive look. So, let’s do that. I am using acrylic
color to paint it. Black. Since we have cardboard acrylic
color will work well on it. Alright. As you can see, I am done. I have painted it black.. ..and acrylic colors
dry pretty quickly. You can see it has
a nice glossy finish.. ..and it has dried. So, this is done. Now I shall add our
spider logo on top of it.. ..as I mentioned before. I cut this out from a foam sheet. You can avail of foam
sheet at a stationary store.. ..or you could use
an old shoe insole.. ..and you can cut this out of it. If you don’t have foam sheet,
you can even cut it out of paper.. ..or paint it on directly, but
this gives it a 3D look, which I love. As you can see, it looks pretty cool. Let’s stick this. I am using white glue to stick it. Alright. Our spider logo is stuck. Look at that. Looks pretty awesome.
I’m very happy with this. The web shooter is ready. Now let’s make our web and bullet. Let’s do that. Now I shall use this
string to make the web. I shall take a long piece of string.. ..and attach our
bullet to one end of it. We pass the thread through
the bullet in this manner.. ..and stick it on with
sticky tape to the end of it. Just like that. Now I shall tie the other
end of it to the trigger. All we need to do now is
to load the thread in the bullet. I shall load it with
the help of this toothpick. It is slightly tricky but
once you load it just like this. Next you load the bullet
into the web shooter. You lock the trigger
and we are good to go. Now let’s shoot. Whoa! Let’s try again. Alright! I really hope you guys
enjoyed watching this video.. ..and found this tutorial helpful. If you liked it,
please give me a big like.. ..share it with your friends and
you must let me know in the comments. And if you make it,
please click pictures and tag me. Here are my Instagram handles. You can follow me on Instagram
as well, so you get daily updates.. ..of what’s going on in my
life and what projects I am making. Also, what else is going to come up. Alright, I shall meet
you in the next video. Tell then,
as I always say, do good and be good. Peace.