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    Re: To Loft a kitchen or not

    Quote Originally Posted by PiggyGrandma15 View Post
    The gp cages store (parent site) has "quick detach connectors" those are a life saver for me.
    Good information. Thank you!

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    Re: To Loft a kitchen or not

    Quote Originally Posted by Cleophauna View Post
    Just an FYI, I was looking for some rivets for my car and found the same rivets on Amazon today
    Rivets for your car?? My, you are talented!

    So I easily found the rivets on Amazon. Educate me, please. I'm presuming that the rivet isn't inserted only to leave the sharp point exposed? I'm presuming that the fastener is actually two pieces, one of which is used as the backing. Do you need a rivet tool?

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    Re: To Loft a kitchen or not

    The rivets have male and female pieces that snap together.

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    Re: To Loft a kitchen or not

    I discovered they are sold to be used with cardboard. Building cardboard buildings and such. I think I might order some for my granddaughter cause she is always trying to build with empty boxes and tape just doesn't work most of the time. They are two pieces and easily pop apart so you can use them over and over. Pretty cool actually. Here's what they look like and you can get them in different lengths and you don't need a tool.

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