12-02-2012, 12:01 PM
Join Date: Aug 2012
Blender for making Dubbing
Okay, so I followed the popular recommendation of buying a Used Blender
(for $5.00) at the thrift store, and that old clunker outlived its usefulness in 15 minutes until it overheated.
So you know it, I got the House Blender from Upstairs.
This works, and I think the better way is to cut up material with Scissors first?
Also, to use small amounts of Material to be Blended?
I saw online there are blenders in the range from $59.00 range to $95.00 range and right on up to around $400.00
One, the Waring Professional Bar Blender sells for #$92.99 and boasts a 390 Watt motor.
I really wouldn't want to spend more, but in the last 2 weeks, I have collected lots of Material to dissolve into Dubbing.
It's odd, but once one finds a sweater or other piece of clothing of the right color, that's like about, 2 or 3 Lifetimes worth of Dubbing Material for one Fisherman.
So far, my wife says I have committed sacrilege for destroying:
(a) 1 stuffed Lion the size of a Chihuahua
(b) 1 stuffed Moose the size of a Cocker Spaniel
(They both had nice long fibers in Dark Brown and Tan
It's like sacrilegious to destroy a little stuffed animal or something.
I've got a Black Hat and a Creamish-White Hat of some synthetic
and one huge Grey with Mottled-Pink Sweater of synthetic that is almost indistinguishable from Wool.
Can I get by with a low end household blender? I've got a Black & Decker.
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