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My area doesn't recycle glass. I got like a dozen 2L pickle jars and it seems a tragedy to just toss them. I need ideas, men.

>> No.1613299

small batch meads and ales

>> No.1613328

Make some pickles.

>> No.1613365

Sort screws, nails, small bolts etc.

>> No.1613377

Get your area to start recycling glass. Go to town hall.

>> No.1613400

I think that recycling glass is not as profitable as recycling plastics.

>> No.1613403

Do not try to fit them in your butt. That can end... badly.

>> No.1613406

Or at the very least, fill them with water first, so the external pressure has less effect.

t. Expert.

>> No.1613422

>that webm
oh dear god...

>> No.1613423

Start saving your urine

>> No.1613426


1 man 1 jar. another legend

>> No.1613442

I'm in the same boat. I go through a fifth every two days so I got tons of bottles laying around. I was thinking of making a forge and melting them down. But I just bought a car that I need to do some work on so those are on the back burner

>> No.1613445

I don't think the back burner will be hot enough to melt glass, Anon. You should stick with the forge idea.

>> No.1613451

It was a figure of speech. Meaning I'm going to wait to melt them until I got my car where I want it.

>> No.1613469

Kek, gotem.

>> No.1613545

What would I do with glass bricks? Learn to blow glass? And make jars? Out of the jars I don't need already?

>> No.1613552

put water and electrodes in and make yourself some oxyhydrogen

>> No.1613584

Shatter them and cement the shards on your border wall

>> No.1613587

Get a scrap microwave and fill them with water and microwave them for 10 hours

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>> No.1614232

Learn knapping. The bottoms on big jars like that can make for obsidian-grade knapping practice for spearpoints and arrowheads.

>> No.1614278

Mini Hydrogen generators
Free mason jars
Diy Knife with the glass
Storing loose nuts and washers

How do you not see any possible creation with, these things?

>> No.1614280

Rip electricity bill

>> No.1614293

>no name brand


>> No.1614443

Redneck Pinterest oil lamps.

>> No.1614471

Grow weed. Fill jars with weed. Enjoy having jars filled with weed untill empty. Repeat.

>> No.1614532


slow down on the pickles bud

>> No.1614570

It is more profitable than recycling plastic, especially unsorted plastic.

>> No.1615144

Take it back to the Real Canadian Stupor Store, anon. Just leave it all in one of their shopping carts.

>> No.1615165

put pickles in'm

>> No.1615170

Fill it with various grains, cereals, or sauces. Hell you could use it for seed storage. Come on OP you can think of something.

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Newer microwaves don't use much electricity. Unlike the old microwave oven which actually just had heating rods. Microwaves work through thermal induction i.e they only heat the water molucles in said object and that heat dissipation from the thermal inductor unit doesn't really use that much electricity maybe only a couple omhs per hour. The automatic lazy suzan that spins.

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You know what to do, OP

>> No.1615197

>old microwaves which had heating rods
What the fuck? Are you retarded?

>> No.1615200

>ohm as a measure for electricity

>> No.1615201

Look up "deli style fermented/sour pickled cucumbers" it is fucking delicious, especially in the summer
Also clean off the labels, put a rope handle on the neck and place cylinder candles inside, light and enjoy your candle lit summer evenings with your pickled cucumbers. Goes well with sausage, steak and anything cooked in the backyard.

>> No.1615207

This is the dumbest thing I've read all day.

>> No.1615211

He obviously wants anon to make a pipe bomb

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Nobody posted it yet?

Anyway, anon, I would recommend making your own homemade pickles and preserves. When cucumbers/tomatoes/whatever else you fancy come into season, you can get them dirt cheap at most roadside produce stands. Then, just do some home cooking to make some damn good pickled foods.

Also if you're an /out/ist you could try catching some whitefish and pickling that. Pickled herring is 10/10.

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>> No.1615239

pakleds should be the mascot of /diy/

>> No.1615288

Start up a fake charity and put them up as donation jars in local businesses.

>> No.1615299

I've waited for you all thread. No diy thread is complete without a half ass explanation of electricity.

>ohms as unit of measurement of power
>heating rods in old microwaves (I think ur thinking of old microwave induction oven combos)
>new ones don't take alot of power
But my fave
>microwaves work on thermal induction

A+ little niglet, at launching my sides into orbit.

>> No.1615466

Build a glass house.

>> No.1615498

Is this from that new translator meme?...

>> No.1615624

Sell them to women for their wedding

>> No.1615649

Ecosphere? Or a teranium

>> No.1615935

Lel, top banter

>> No.1615937


>> No.1615942

I can just imagine an anon sitting in a lemonade like stand, handing out used pickle jars.

>> No.1615946

>old microwave oven which actually just had heating rods
Are you thinking of a toaster oven, anon? Microwaves from the 60's I can assure you had magnetrons that generated microwave energy, and they used mechanical timers with knobs to turn them on an off: the original "radar range". Small tabletop ovens with a glass door and heating elements are called toaster ovens, and are still made. Handy for both a quick hot ham 'n cheese sandwich, or can be pressed into service as a reflow oven.

>> No.1616115

Magnatrons are in tube type TV's. I believe you are referring to a refractometer.

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>> No.1616156

Clean em out, sterilise them
Brew beer

>> No.1616440

Depending on where you live, you can put them upside down over young plants in the early spring to make a free mini greenhouse and start your garden extra early. Drill drain holes and make it a pot (inb4 sunlight bad for roots, just use short growth plants or indoor plants or spray paint) use it to cultivate cutting of other plants.

>> No.1616485


Brine stuff.
Melt them for reasons.
Yell at your city to start recycling glass.

Anytime I pickle, brew or jelly stuff I have to scramble for jars, I never have enough of them at hand.

>> No.1616487

Sell them on etsy to some retard hipsters.

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Build a dividing wall in your house or build a fake cave with these in the walls

>> No.1616546

>1 guy
>1 jar

Google at your own risk.

>> No.1616548

You want borasilicate glass. Broken bongs, glass oven pans, random 10 cent glass birds and shit from yardsales, chemestry labs. Not sure where else. Glass is a shit insulator and energy intensive as hell to do anything with

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>> No.1616551

This is actually a good idea.

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>a couple of ohms an hour

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>> No.1616560


I doscovered clausen pickles while drunk after hours at a resturaunt with the owner and just added 4 jars to my tab and sat there and ate them.

Dont overpickle bros

>> No.1617843

That's interesting, yet glass melts at ~1600°C (softening point is way lower, around ~600°C) and you will need quite the furnace to do anything useful.

As long as glass bricks come up solid enough and quite similarly shaped, enough of them could be useful for some interesting projects (mostly walls and fences). And you may save $20k in buying a laser cutter.

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>original microwaves had heating rods
>microwaves heat by induction
>couple of ohms per hour

>> No.1619068

Put them up on freecycle. I use mine for dry food storage. Like rice, beans, dried herbs, cookies, etc.

You are confusing microwave ovens with toaster ovens. Also, older microwaves were just more robust with gargantuan transformers. They were for the most part the same power usage.

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