If you decide to some day replace the foam hand grip on your detector you might notice that it's all but impossible to slide into place. Spray the handle/shaft with hairspray first and the grip slides smoothly and easily into place without stretching or deforming. Then let it sit over night and the hairspray will set like glue and hold it perfectly in place. If you ever need to replace that one the now dry hairspray is easy to wipe off. I learnt this trick from installing new grips on my motorbikes and it works like a charm.
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So good in fact that I’ve moved it to the Tips and DIY section
12 silver hammered coins (1 in 2016; 7 in 2017), just 4 so far in 2018 (but did find 1 gold coin )
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Mind you, it does make me wonder what hairspray actually does to the old barnet.
Some sort of electrical gubbins(I'm told it's a Deus). In various colours
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You're obviously an avid and capable DIY enthusiast, the proof of which is the beautifully made large search-coil, fashioned from English oak no less and featured in your pic
Be Lucky - Regards ss47
These days it just runs quickly off and forms small puddles!
Explorer II (for the Thames)