A year ago, a friend asked me if I wanted to make a waterproof meter.
I said, I don’t know how.
But I know this: You can make your very own one from scratch, and I know I wouldn’t buy it, because I know how hard it is.
The first time I built a meter, I took a pair of wire brushes to my old high school bathroom, and theres just nothing you can do to clean it.
I didn’t even bother with an actual sink.
And even then, it still wasn’t waterproof.
But that was then.
Today, a year after I built the first meter, it’s still waterproof.
And that’s a good thing.
If I were to build another one today, I wouldn) have a harder time keeping it from slipping off the wall.
I don’ even know how to make the meters, because its so easy to break it.
But if you can figure it out, you’ll have a meter you can trust.
I used a pair that I had laying around, but you can buy your own, too.
If you’re a DIY person, I hope you enjoy the process.
You will need: A pair of stainless steel wire brushes.
Some sort of plastic sheet.
A sheet of paper that is flat and not tapered.
The size of a sheet of bubble wrap.
Some kind of glue.
A piece of masking tape.
A metal ruler.
Some paper towels.
A ruler to measure your wire brushes and a ruler to test your masking.
A tape measure.
A pen and paper.
A paper towel.
A sharpie and a pencil.
An electrical outlet.
A power cord.
A wire brush head.
A small screwdriver and a sharpie.
A flat sheet of plastic.
Some electrical tape.
One of those cheap, cheap plastic strips you get at Walmart that says “waterproof” on the front.
I bought mine at Michaels for $2.49.
The instructions are in this old-school magazine article from back in 1998, but I found it helpful when I first wrote this guide.
I also used the guide to make this guide and post it on my blog a few years ago.
So you can make this yourself and post about it.
If not, here are a few of the steps you can follow: Step 1: Find a way to cut the paper out of the plastic sheet that comes with your waterproof meter: You need to get a sheet that is 3 inches by 4 inches by 1.25 inches.
Make sure you buy the sheet that has a rounded top and bottom.
That way, you can cut the sheet into strips that are at least 3 inches wide by 1 inch deep.
The easiest way to do that is to cut your sheet into three pieces.
Next, cut the pieces so that they all meet at an angle.
For this, I used the side of a ruler.
I measured it and cut the sheets into 3 pieces.
I then cut the strips to the correct width.
This will give you the right width for the two ends of the wire brushes, which will be the tips.
Step 2: Use your ruler to mark the center of the paper strips: Once you’ve cut out the strips, mark where the tips of the wires meet.
Use your finger to mark where they should be.
I marked the center on the side, with the ruler, because the sheet is flat, so the tip of the brush will be on the paper, not on the surface.
If there is a seam, cut a small slit in the center and trace around it.
Step 3: Cut the strips in half, and then square them: Once the strips are cut, mark the seam.
I cut the first strip with a razor blade and cut it in half to make one long strip.
The second strip, which is a little shorter, was cut from the other end of the same razor blade, and cut one inch apart.
The third strip, that is longer than the first, was rounded.
The tip of each strip should be about 1.5 inches from the edge of the ruler.
Now, you should be able to cut both strips into two halves.
You can then square the strips.
If your paper is too short to be square, you might want to use a pair or two of scissors.
Step 4: Tape the strips together: This step is optional, but it helps the wire brush heads to fit together.
You’ll want to tape the strips as tightly as possible, and use a flat piece of paper to hold them together.
The wire brushes are so light that the strips should be tight enough that you don’t need to worry about them sliding.
Step 5: Drill the holes in the paper: To drill the holes, use a small flat head screwdriver or a piece of plastic tape and drill a little into the paper