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How to make your own chlorine electron shells

When I was a kid, I used to make my own chlorine shells, or china shells.

China shells are little plastic cubes that you can make at home with a few ingredients and some water.

They are basically the equivalent of little little ceramic cups.

But with a little bit of care, they can be made into a much better shell.

I was just curious to see how they would hold up over time, and I made them with a batch of saltwater from a local garden supply. 

Here are some pictures of the finished shells: And here’s how they looked after a few days of storage in the freezer: After a couple weeks, the saltwater froze solid and turned a yellowish color.

But after a couple more weeks, it was starting to crack.

After that, the crack started to disappear.

It’s a pretty cool result.

You can see the cracking is starting to show up in the water, as well.

The saltwater still retains its shape even after the crack is gone, so it’s still good for making the shells.

If you don’t want to buy the salt water, you can use the same recipe to make these shells from scratch.

Here’s what you need to do to make a batch: First, make the salt solution.

The first thing you need is a container of salt.

There are many different types of salt available, but I like to use saltwater.

Then, take your salt and add a couple drops of distilled vinegar.

Next, mix it with a teaspoon of table salt and 1 tablespoon of table sugar.

You want to keep it all in one container, but you can add other ingredients.

And then, you mix the salt and sugar with a fork until it forms a dough.

The dough should form a ball.

Once the dough is formed, it will keep for a few weeks in the refrigerator, or in the fridge overnight.

When you’re ready to bake the shells, just put the dough in a loaf pan and bake for 30 minutes at 400°F for an 8-inch loaf pan.

After baking, they should still be pretty firm.

I don’t have a way to test for how well they hold up, but the dough seemed to hold up fine when the shells were kept at room temperature.

Here are the shells that I made.