Step by Step converting a chicken coop into a lizard cage!



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How to draw horse step by step – horse drawing pictures – drawing of horses heads



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What’s the first step for culture change in a veterinary practice?



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GIVING MY HUGE (178cm) HORSE A MAKEOVER|| STEP 4



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GIVING MY HUGE (178cm) HORSE A MAKEOVER|| STEP 3



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Hey guys, I managed to get so much footage that I decided to make this a 4 step process.

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GIVING MY HUGE (178cm) HORSE A MAKEOVER|| STEP 1



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Hey guys, I managed to get so much footage that I decided to make this a 4 step process.

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GIVING MY HUGE (178cm) HORSE A MAKEOVER|| STEP 2



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How to Draw a Kitten: Narrated Step by Step



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How To Trim/Cut Cats Claws: Step By Step Tutorial



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step by step fridge to reptile incubator conversion



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Here is the DIY, step by step, home made reptile incubator conversion you guys asked for. I converted a small mini Refrigerator or wine cooler into a incubator, to incubate any reptile or bird eggs. I used flex watt heat tape and a reptile thermostat

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How to Build 3D rock backgrounds for Reptile Enclosures ! step by step!



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In this video, I will show you step by step on how i constructed a 3D fake rocking background for my reptiles. This was a fairly large project and i suggest starting small before you jump ahead and build something of this size.

Please read the Disclaimer towards the beginning of the video, as we will not be held responsible for injury or accidents caused by the techniques used in this video.

This video shows one method in which i prefer to construct fake rocking in this video. the method i use is newspaper and chicken wire, then concrete around it to form the 3d rocks.
The second method is cutting out form and pouring grout over the top and painting on your own colours etc.

I prefer the concrete method as it brings out realism and more natural looking effects to the enclosure.

A quick rundown of tools and materials used
– jigsaw for cutting out holes for lights etc
– power drill
– just under 20kg cement for the full job
– syndey sand
– bricky sand
– river sand
– lime
– sandstone oxide with cement mix to bring out the natural colour
– watertight waterproofing silicon
– non toxic water sealant ( i use crommelin pond sealer)
– local glass cutting company cut the glass to size
– 5mm glass track runner
– chicken wire
– newspaper and shredded paper if you have a shortage of newspaper
– metal wire cutters to cut the chicken wire to size
– staple gun and staples to staple down the newspaper

Most of these materials and tools can easily be found at your local hardware store, mine being Bunnings Warehouse.

some handful tips whilst constructing this project:

– obviously 1st step will be designing your project first where you want each 3d effect etc.

– when stapling the compacted newspaper down with chicken wire around it, make sure you leave no wire sticking up as it becomes difficult when concreting. so staple down every bit and make sure all empty space has newspaper in it to make it easier to concrete and use less concrete.

– wear gloves when concreting and do bit by bit if you are doing a large project, If there is a constant moving for a long period of time it may result in blisters on your hands which i did receive, so do not plan it out to do it all in one day if its a large project.

– before concreting wet the surface as it will make it a tad easier to spread the concrete.

– try making the concrete mixes dry or wait a short period to let it dry after mixing it as it makes it easier to spread over the surface and wont be too watery and runny.

The concrete mixes included:
-Cement mixed with sydney sand as it was very fine and we wanted a smooth finish, river sand, small portion of lime. Then you will do the first coat around everywhere

The second coat is exactly the same but an added on oxide colour or you can paint it which is optional and totally up to you.

i would go by a cup of cement to 2 cups of sand so a ration of 1:2
so one cup of cement and two cups of sand, then just a small portion of lime added on.

once all the concreting is finish and your colour oxide of paint had been completed, you need to add a finish, so a non toxic pond/water sealant will do with at least 3 coats of it all way round.

Then give it a good week to dry out and cure completely.
order glass and lights and your done.

Addtional features:

As you can see in the video i added a waterfall. it was my first attempt and was very pleased with how it turned out. the process is exactly the same, just as you finish the concrete you will need to use a water tight waterproofing silicone and spread it out where the water will be sitting or flowing to hold the water tight. I usually do 2 coats of silicone to avoid leaks. after that simply do 3 coats of a sealant and your done.

Any questions please leave a comment and I will get back to you Thank you