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Inverting feet solution

Discussion in 'Tutorials' started by aspenangler@hotmail.com, Mar 26, 2012.

  1. aspenangler@hotmail.com

    aspenangler@hotmail.com B+______><(((°>______><(((°>

    I don't know about anybody else, but I always seem to have trouble returning a small animals feet back to normal after inverting them. Today I finally found a simple way to do it without damaging the feet! For all I know this might be the "norm", but I thought I was a genius and wanted to share.

    Here is where I usually have trouble


    My solution





    I hope that this can help somebody else as well.
  2. saddlehorse_98

    saddlehorse_98 Member

    very cool idea and should come in handy for me in the future thanks for posting.

  3. The Ojibwa

    The Ojibwa New Member

    I have a shop sink and put a little piece of tube or hose on the faucet......same concept as you, but with water.....your way might prevent a jet of H2O squirting in my face! NICE :)
  4. Alex B.

    Alex B. New Member

    Thank you for the tip! I've been having trouble re-inverting feet.
  5. Seems like a good idea. How does it work if you get some small skinning holes in the foot? Seems like i always get at least one small hole in them lol.
  6. Richbo

    Richbo 2nd place is the first loser!

    I also use water. Air would work too I would just make sure that you have the pressure turned down. I could see me forgetting that and blowing off a foot!