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Re: Weights



Bricks wrapped in board/cloth
Old irons
Lead ingots
Plastic milk jugs filled with sand

Go wild.

p.

At 04:30 PM 3/29/2000 -0800, you wrote:
>What are some good home-made book weights? Can one
>make heavy-enough weights from everyday objects? I
>have a nice nipping press that I use for small books,
>but what do you all use for larger books, boxes, etc.?
>I'd like to make my own weights, without spending huge
>amounts of money.


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