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What's weird about your body? by Hatcheling in AskWomen
[–]Arjha 1 point2 points3 points 5 days ago (0 children)
You should get one made by a dentist. The athletic guards like you tried can really mess up your jaw even worse, because they can’t be adjusted for your specific bite pattern. This can cause you to put too much pressure on certain teeth, defeating the entire purpose.
GF just had a root canal, what are some sexy soft foods I can make for a special Valentine’s Day dinner? by ANONANONONO in Cooking
[–]Arjha 5 points6 points7 points 2 months ago (0 children)
They probably made a temporary crown for the tooth, which, being made for temporary use, can break or come off easily so when the real crown goes on two weeks later it isn’t too hard to remove.
Question about wood stains by Arjha in DIY
[–]Arjha[S] 0 points1 point2 points 2 months ago (0 children)
Thanks for the tip!
Looking for strong Female protagonist? No YA by aresandnero in Fantasy
[–]Arjha 1 point2 points3 points 3 months ago (0 children)
Ahhhh just three days til my next audible credit gets in...!
I just had to comment because I just finished book 2 of this and I’m obsessed with this series. An emphatic second to this recommendation!
[–]Arjha[S] 0 points1 point2 points 3 months ago (0 children)
This was on a shelf that I had bought at a garage sale, covered in dust and dead bugs. I was just trying to take off the old finish.
[–]Arjha[S] 1 point2 points3 points 3 months ago (0 children)
I used poplar wood, which is pretty light in color, almost silvery when unstained. Wasn’t really a choice; we wanted cheap Home Depot hemlock blend, and all the 12ft 2x12s they had in the construction section were...of poorer quality than we could use. We found an acceptable 1x12 a few aisles over in the poplar and ran with it. I made sure and got a three foot strip of the same stuff to test stains on before I actually went ahead with the main project. Definitely wish I’d done that with the desk, too. I had plenty of scrap lying around to use. Oh well.
I had several Verathane stains in my garage: Red Oak, American Walnut, and Kona. I also had a different stain called Jacobean from a different brand but I didnt use it and can’t remember the brand. I initially did two coats of each on the small strip, but wasn’t 100% satisfied with any of the colors and wasn’t going back to Home Depot. So then I combined them in a few variations and ended up deciding on an American Walnut base with Kona on top. I didn’t let things sit too long between coats on the strip so that dulled the color a bit.
When I did the actual table I stained the entire thing at once, then waited another 5-8 minutes for it to continue staining deeper before removing the excess with a rag. Two coats of American Walnut, one of Kona, with an hour—hour and a half between each coat to dry. It brought out the grain beautifully, I definitely recommend letting it work for a bit like that, even though the can says you only need 2-4 minutes.
Used a natural bristle brush for application. I had meant to use my staining pads I picked up for the project (used them on the desk, worked great) but I completely spaced. I don’t see a difference in the performance of the two. I just don’t like cleaning brushes lol
I am currently in between coats two and three of Varathane satin polyurethane finish.
Test strip: https://i.imgur.com/pz9sicV.jpg
Thanks! Shouldn’t be too hard to do then, it’ll probably be more work to set up my plastic barriers for the wall and carpet again. I just had visions of when I stripped and refinished a shelf last year—it didn’t go well. Cartloads of gummed-up sandpaper.
Question about wood stainswoodworking (self.DIY)
submitted 3 months ago by Arjha to r/DIY
What's a sensation that you're unsure if other people experience? by murrayvonmises in AskReddit
[–]Arjha 0 points1 point2 points 3 months ago (0 children)
Sometimes when I walk on fine rough surfaces, like sand or rough concrete and sometimes grass, I get what I think of as a gravelly sensation in my throat and chest, but it’s a pleasurable sensation. Not quite orgasmic, and sometimes it can be almost like tasting something too sweet (like shitty grocery store cake frosting). Noticed it when I was really young, never mentioned it to anyone.
Korean online classes through a university or something similar? by [deleted] in Korean
[–]Arjha 5 points6 points7 points 5 months ago (0 children)
Coursera has a couple small 5 week online courses for free. It isn’t very advanced but also not super great for absolute beginners as some concepts aren’t explained super in detail. But it helped cement some grammar and vocab with me.
Rough skinned newt (i.imgur.com)
submitted 7 months ago by Arjha to r/tinyanimalsonfingers
LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT THESE PANTS by tornato7 in BuyItForLife
[–]Arjha 0 points1 point2 points 7 months ago (0 children)
My dad thanks you for his birthday present lol I've been looking for a pair of hiking pants like this for him for a year, but haven't bought any because after a while they all look the same and cost too much. Let's see how well these hold up to a hunting trip!
What was the grossest thing you´ve done this week? by [deleted] in AskWomen
[–]Arjha 78 points79 points80 points 7 months ago (0 children)
Groggily I woke up at 3:30 the other day feeling my nose running. I wiped it with the back of my hand, and wiped it on the sheets because, let's be honest, I'm not getting up to go blow my nose at 3:30am. Too much work. Still running, wipe it again. Look at my hand. Turns out it was a nosebleed. I didn't go back to sleep.
[Request] Hit me with your green bean recipes! by Arjha in recipes
[–]Arjha[S] 0 points1 point2 points 8 months ago (0 children)
Perfect! Sounds similar to sigeumchi namul, just more Japanese flavors than Korean. Do you blanch the beans like you would the spinach?
[Request] Hit me with your green bean recipes!Question (self.recipes)
submitted 8 months ago * by Arjha to r/recipes
[Help] Gift iris bulbs in July by Arjha in gardening
[–]Arjha[S] 1 point2 points3 points 8 months ago (0 children)
Thank you! This is exactly the kind of information I needed!
[–]Arjha[S] 0 points1 point2 points 9 months ago (0 children)
Thanks! Do you think I should keep them dry or attempt to moisten them?
[–]Arjha[S] 1 point2 points3 points 9 months ago (0 children)
Yeah some of them are bearded iris. Would tomorrow be too late? I get off work a lot earlier tomorrow and would have more time to plant them then.
[Help] Gift iris bulbs in July (self.gardening)
submitted 9 months ago by Arjha to r/gardening
[Western Washington] What are these guys all over my parsley flowers? by Arjha in whatsthisbug
Appears so! Thanks!
Please ignore the carpet beetles :)
[Western Washington] What are these guys all over my parsley flowers? (imgur.com)
submitted 9 months ago by Arjha to r/whatsthisbug
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