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Re: Make Weights
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- Subject: Re: Make Weights
- From: P Simpson <psimpson@CTC.ORG>
- Date: Fri, 16 Jul 1999 14:06:58 -0400
- Message-Id: <199907161814.LAA18988@palimpsest.Stanford.EDU>
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We wrap bricks in acid free paper.
They work well because the rectangles can be expanded to any size when you pile
Betty Storz wrote:
> I filled half a dozen insulators I found at second hand stores with BBs and
> sealed the bottoms with 3" coasters or whatever I had. After the bottoms
> were glued on, I taped them securely with duct tape.
> The knobs on the tops of the insulators provide a perfect grip for small
> I also have a weight from a diving belt, but that's hard for me to pick up
> with one hand.
> For a really heavy weight, I use my lithographer's stone.
> Betty Storz email@example.com
> Mendocino, CA