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7 hours ago, LUGR said:

That’s the exact product I used. Unfortunately, the chunks did not flow and it took a few days of consistent treatment for it to clear. Yellowish liquid would drain out after using the drops.

 

It got clogged after removing ear plugs and then using a q-tip…I know, I know….not supposed to use q-tips but I could not resist.

Y’all scarin the shit outta me with all this lol. Never had it happen to my knowledge. 

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1 hour ago, NightmareOnElmStreet said:

Y’all scarin the shit outta me with all this lol. Never had it happen to my knowledge. 

I have had it twice this past year. Never before though. You will know if it happens because it is uncomfortable and annoying.


Good luck out there.

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On 11/14/2021 at 9:26 PM, LUGR said:

Trying to unclog my ear. It’s clogged with wax and is getting annoying. I have tried over the counter drops, hydrogen peroxide and warm water (not all at the same time). Any suggestions?

As a child my mom would put a few drops of warm oil in our ears and put a cotton ball lightly outside the ear to prevent leaking out. 
 

when I got older and started wearing hearing aides, this product was introduced to me. 
 

I know I’m late but maybe for future ref

 

 

 


 

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Some halfway attempt at making 2 big gingerbread men cut outs for my back patio decorations 

 

letting these dry them I’ll clean up the edge   Paint. Outline with lights somehow  attach to stand (gotta make the stands still) 

 

maybe some other candies with left over cardboard. 
 

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these are intended to be gumdrops 

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like most things-I’m just eyeballing it and guessing the next step 

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Just finished cleaning up edges and hoping the stands I imagined will actually work and they did. 
cut out some candy with leftovers. 
 

painting next and attaching them to the patio outside. Lining them with lights and other finishing touches.  Will be seen from a distance a flew floors up so not real worried about little details but I have these two life size cut outs on my place and they are hilarious 

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On 10/23/2021 at 10:24 AM, jeffery olsan said:

I awoke at 9 a.m. after several fruitless tries and arrived at work on time. My phone rang just as I was about to open my laptop. Sarbajit was the one. He was stranded on the highway after his bike broke down.

It was raining outside, but after all, he is a friend to whom I owe nothing but our friendship. I was saturated with rain when I returned to my office. Because his bike's battery was dead and he could have started it with a simple push, I abused him a lot (trail dirt bike). But he called, and I drove 24 kilometers (up and down) merely to identify the problem and give him a push. Pals will always be friends.

I suspect the responses you're getting are skewed toward those who take pride in their meticulous upkeep. That's a good approach, and I've used it with some bikes at various points in my life. To balance that, I now lubricate my chain no more than once every 6 months and check my tyre pressure once every 1-2 months if I notice the rolling resistance increasing. When I lube my chain, I also lube and check other things. I can do this because I have a chain case, which allows me to use thick, long-lasting lube without attracting dirt. My tyres are also wide enough that the rolling resistance becomes noticeable before I risk picking up a flat.

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1 hour ago, Humus07 said:

I suspect the responses you're getting are skewed toward those who take pride in their meticulous upkeep. That's a good approach, and I've used it with some bikes at various points in my life. To balance that, I now lubricate my chain no more than once every 6 months and check my tyre pressure once every 1-2 months if I notice the rolling resistance increasing. When I lube my chain, I also lube and check other things. I can do this because I have a chain case, which allows me to use thick, long-lasting lube without attracting dirt. My tyres are also wide enough that the rolling resistance becomes noticeable before I risk picking up a flat.


You better not be lubing your chain to  Chanticleer's niece.

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