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How are light switch covers made?

When made from Urea Formalderhyde, how are the light switch covers madePlease give details tooLike stages etcThanks!!!


bake in the oven.salt and pepper,butter.thats it.tasty.it will look like spaghetti when you pull it with a fork.long stringsvery good for you too
you can microwave it just fine without the plastic wrapi have cooked many a squash and never used plasticjust be sure to poke a hole into the center with an ice pick so it won't explodealso, never try to peal a fresh squashcook it firstmuch easier and safer.
Bake It - Pierce the whole shell several times with a large fork or skewer and place in baking dishCook squash in preheated 375?F oven approximately 1 hour or until flesh is tenderBoil It - Heat a pot of water large enough to hold the whole squashWhen the water is boiling, drop in the squash and cook for 20 to 30 minutes, depending on its sizeWhen a fork goes easily into the flesh, the squash is doneSlow Cooker or Crock-Pot - Choose a smaller spaghetti squash (unless you have an extra large slow cooker) so that it will fitAdd 2 cups of water to slow cookerPierce the whole shell several times with a large fork or skewer, add to Crock Pot, cover and cook on low for 8 to 9 hours.
Plastic Injection moldTwo metal plates, likely made from aluminium, have the shape of the cover in themThey are closed tightly together and filled with molten plasticPlastic hardens, plates seperate, and cover pops outLook up plastic injection mold for more information, that's really all there is to it.
Make several slits with a knife and microwave.

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