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Fast & Dead Cheap Hulk !

Fast & Dead Cheap Hulk !

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Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

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To go cheap, go green. The second part of my materials list will focus on recycle parts.

  • The tiles : at my former works paper was deliver by palette, each one have a crude MDF board at the bottom, to protect the paper stacks. Back in 2009 I had few of these cut to the correct size at my local wood-shop. Ten years later, they are still in good shape and luckily humidity have not yet damage it.
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  • The floor : at my present work manual books are deliver stacked with plastic packing belt. This is a sturdy material, with a thick texture, easy to cut and of the exact right size: 1/2″.
    I started to collect it and cut in piece of 1″ at every coffee break until I had a shoe box full of diamond plate for my SH floor!
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  • In order to clearly mark delimitations between my squares I will use tile plastic spacers. I recycled some of it but I went back to the DIY shop yesterday to buy more. I suspect that I will need a good number.
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Yesterday evening job consisted in gathering all the listed material and cut it to size. I finished it late in the night but I think the gluing session tonight should go quick &  smooth.

See you tomorrow !

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