Home made static grass applicator

 
  Railnthusiast Chief Commissioner

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Hello,
I have some videos of home made static grass applicators using bug zappers and tea strainers. I was thinking I would make one, but instead use a 9v battery and an on off switch through the tea strainer. The advantage would be more electricity and more static. Has any one else used these? I would be interested to hear about there experiances if they have. I also wanted to ask if you can use other fiberous materials in the grass applicator. What do other people use?
Thanks
Railnthusiast
http://www.howcast.com/videos/197704-Make-a-Static-Grass-Applicator-With-an-Electric-Fly-Swatter-Part-1
http://www.howcast.com/videos/197744-Make-a-Static-Grass-Applicator-With-an-Electric-Fly-Swatter-Part-2
http://www.howcast.com/videos/197772-Make-a-Static-Grass-Applicator-With-an-Electric-Fly-Swatter-Part-3
http://www.trainlife.com/videos?text=static+grass&orderby=creation_date&category=0&tag=

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  Trainoholic Beginner

Maybe this was posted already but this is the real deal and Noch ripoff that you can make yourselves  and Oakley Electronics is in Australia to obtain the negative ion generator.
http://div6-ncr-nmra.com/Documents/Static_Grass_Generator_inst.pdf
  anzac1959 Chief Commissioner
  hanovale Deputy Commissioner

Maybe this was posted already but this is the real deal and Noch ripoff that you can make yourselves  and Oakley Electronics is in Australia to obtain the negative ion generator.
"Trainoholic"


That would be Oatley Electronics

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/OATLEYE-IONB2-GRASSINTOR-HIGH-VOLTAGE-MODULE-NEW-ITEM-/110710138743?pt=AU_Toys_Hobbies_Model_Railways&hash=item19c6d6a777

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