Friday, April 1, 2016

Creating a Custom Anti-Zombie Bat

One tried and true product for fighting Zombies is the baseball bat.  It's a legal piece of sports equipment by day and a wicked home defender by night!  Did you know that you can refinish and refurbish a baseball bat?  That's one way that a beat up old baseball bat can go from ratty to rugged in one fell swoop.  If you have a specialized "anti-zombie" baseball bat, you'll feel more confident when you do go up against a zombie, a burglar, or a new pitcher.

An Assortment of Baseball Bats - photo by Spitzgogo_CHEN (Nokia 6230i) (Flickr) [CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

There are several articles on the web that explain how to refurbish a baseball bat.  The process is simpler than you might think!

According to this eHow on How to Paint a Softball Bat, all you need is aluminum epoxy paint remover, aluminum wool, fine sandpaper, aluminum coating chemical, masking tape, epoxy spray paint, 600-grit sandpaper, and epoxy spray sealer!



This refinishing article on Painting a Softball Bat show you how the process works in pictures.  This could make for an awesome custom anti-zombie bat.


6 comments:

  1. This is the story behind the amusement, Zombie Baseball. Try not to be tricked if the idea sounds kind of exhausting. You simply hit balls at zombies to thump their heads off. It sounds misleadingly basic. Be that as it may, you should get a specific number before one of them contacts you, and they get speedier and there gets the chance to be a greater amount of them. In the event that you are sufficiently quick, and you must be quite quick, you can murder every one of them before one contacts you. Get touched by one and only zombie and you are dead!

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