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Re: Bugs moving around

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  • k4oso
    Bill, The third best thing (I ll respect your top two) is to place a bug-base- size piece of rubber shelf liner under the bug. Its foolproof, and veeerrrry
    Message 1 of 4 , Jul 29, 2008
      Bill,
      The third best thing (I'll respect your top two) is to place a bug-base-
      size piece of rubber shelf liner under the bug. Its foolproof, and
      veeerrrry inexpensive. If you take reasonable care cutting out your
      piece, it looks good too.
      73, Milt k4oso

      --- In cw_bugs@yahoogroups.com, "Bill" <w2blc@...> wrote:
      >
      > I agree on the aging rubber feet problem. The best thing to do is to
      > replace the feet. The second best is to "stick on" new bottoms to the
      > feet.
      >
      > I have a sheet of 1/2 in diameter rubber jewelry box feet protectors
      > that are about 1/32 inch thick. They work great for putting life back
      > into the old hard as a rock feet that are original.
      >
      > Found them in a crafts store.
      >
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