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Posted by Shymaa on September 11, 2002 at 00:45:02:

In reply to: Ya got to love the ingenuity of this...:-) posted by Maureen on September 10, 2002 at 21:53:10:

Thanks! If I could get my hands on a ton of peanut butter jars, I'd
make them and sell them LOL! I really really like the way it works.
Who knows, maybe some day...

Yeah, you can put whatever fabric or screening you want. Two of the
lids have the center cut out and are glued together. The third lid is
used to cap off the jar once the henna is sifted, so that you can
store the henna in that jar, if you want...or you can put the sifted
henna into a plastic baggie or something. I just keep it in the jar
and use the henna as I need it.

For the glue, I used stuff called E6000 that can be found in a craft
or hardware store. Those lids are NOT coming apart and this glue also
acts like a silicone sealer at the same time. It's stinkey stuff so
be sure to use it in a well ventilated area.

 


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