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My 11 week old puppy MIGHT have eaten half of a plastic lid. Those that top spray bottles. If he did, will he digest it normally?
Plastic will be around for centuries in city dumps, so no, the dog CAN NOT digest plastic, it has to come out one way or the other, if she doesn't poop it out it will cause a blockage, Watch him for the next 12 hrs, if it doesn't come out then get to the vet before it causes real damage, he may need surgery to remove it.
Yes, ground cover plants can be used to create a low-water garden. Ground cover plants are typically drought-tolerant and require less water compared to other types of plants. They help to reduce water evaporation from the soil, prevent weed growth, and can provide shade to retain moisture. By selecting the right ground cover plants and implementing proper watering techniques, a low-water garden can be easily achieved.
Plastic greenhouse films are manufactured through a process called extrusion, where plastic resin pellets are melted and then forced through a die to form a continuous sheet. This sheet is then cooled and stretched to achieve the desired thickness and strength. Various additives, such as UV stabilizers and anti-drip agents, can be incorporated during the manufacturing process to enhance the film's durability and performance in greenhouse environments.
I've heard that having beverages in plastic bottles in the heat, say in your car and over the next couple of days if it gets hot in your car, the plastic contaminates your water. is it safer to have like a glass bottle of soda in your car instead of a plastic bottle of a beverage? thanks.
Plastic !!! -BIG Time ! Glass doesn't break down corrode- the way plastic Does ! So if You have to Re-Use something, use Glass (just remember to wash it out once in awhile). :)
I want a heat resistant plastic which i can vacum form to make an exhaust for a rc car. Is this possible?
Not having any idea how hot the exhause from the engine on an rc car is, it's difficult to answer. My suspicion is no, it's not possible. I'd hazard a guess that the exhaust is going to be pretty hot and that the plastic would tend to deform/degrade when exposed to heat for a long time. Heat resistant plastics are just that, heat resistant, not heat proof. Meaning that they'll take elevated temperatures for a short time, but on extended exposure they still burn, warp, and otherwise do things that wouldn't be good for the application. Even if you can find something that wouldn't burn, you'd still have a deformation problem. Remember, you're talking about heat forming this part, which means the plastic has to get soft at temperature. That means that the plastic is going to get soft when the exhaust is in use and you may find that the flange deforms away from the manifold or does something else that would cause your engine to loose compression. Don't mean to rain on your parade, but there are going to be some serious engineering problems with doing something like this.
Plastic fruit and vegetable crates offer several benefits. Firstly, they are lightweight yet durable, making them easy to handle and transport. They are also stackable, allowing for efficient storage and space utilization. Additionally, plastic crates are resistant to moisture, ensuring the freshness and quality of produce during transportation and storage. They are also easy to clean and maintain, ensuring hygiene and preventing contamination. Lastly, plastic crates are more sustainable and environmentally friendly compared to single-use packaging materials, as they are reusable and recyclable.
Some ground cover options for a modern or minimalist garden include ornamental grasses, succulents, moss, gravel, and low-growing evergreen plants. These options provide a clean and sleek appearance while requiring minimal maintenance.
Yes, nursery trays often come with adjustable cell sizes.