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These markings are for logging operations. The marks indicate that the trees should be removed. Note that there are also marks at the base, this is to help verify that the proper trees are removed. The following are some work items and the primary and/or secondary colors used to mark each: Cut tree (blue/yellow), leave trees (orange/pink), wildlife ...


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Try scrubbing with a toothbrush. In addition to scrubbing, push the toothbrush bristles through the mesh. Wipe the bristles off when they poke out the other side, otherwise you pull the same gunk right back into the mesh when you remove the brush. If the toothbrush seems helpful but not quite the right type of brush (bristles too soft, not long enough, etc) ...


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Outcome: I soaked this intake filter piece in bleach for a few hours (not sure how much difference that made; it looked less grungy but still partially blocked), rinsed it well, then gently scrubbed it with a nail brush under gently flowing water. The brush bristles were too big to poke through the very fine filter mesh, but that didn't seem to matter and ...


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I recommend you bring your shoes to a professional shoemaker / cobbler. The issue you are describing in where your seams crack sounds what I have had multiple times in the past, and my shoes were easily fixed by a professional back then. Personally I would recommend against trying to fix this yourself, unless you have the experience and tools to do so the ...


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Solution: Use Ethyl / Denatured Alcohol to dissolve it off. I've used this solution on two bags now and it had worked amazingly. Bag 1 - Thermarest stuff sack: It was so sticky I had to peel it apart. I turned the bag inside out and put it in a jar with rubbing alcohol 91%, let it soak for about 24hrs then pulled it out of the jar & used a scrub brush on ...


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I have had an old pair of work boots do this, I used shoe goo [what I happened to have] and they lasted months longer, I am less sure if I would trust it for a hiking boot. It will depend on what kind of terrain weather and distance you normally go. If you mostly hike in good weather, easy trails and less than a few hours long, sure go for it, worst comes ...


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