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Barchester wrote: Alternative uses for left over basket liner. . . 

5) line baskets ! Ok too obvious 

6). . . Come on guys help me out here !


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Cheers ( ok I'll put the top back on the solvent bottle now)   

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7) use small plastic bags & sell small quantities on E-bay...



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The sad thing is Ron that if you did that and labelled it up as for modelling use some people would actually buy it.

8) wrap the excess around your upper body as an extra itchy insulation layer under your coat in the cold weather.



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(9) If you dont like your next door neighbour go around at night and shove some in the drain they be calling dynarod within a week :mutley

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10. Make a model hedgehog and watch your dog bark at it for hours....


Well, my old girl, anyway!

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You could stick some in the ground and see if it grows a coconut tree ...................................

Re the syringes Kevin - go to Boots the Chemist and buy some !!  No problem at all if you tell them what they're for.  On the other hand, a vet is better because the syringes are much bigger.  You don't need a licence to buy them.............



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Petermac wrote:
Re the syringes Kevin - go to Boots the Chemist and buy some !!  No problem at all if you tell them what they're for.  On the other hand, a vet is better because the syringes are much bigger.  You don't need a licence to buy them.............

.  .  . or go to an art supply shop and buy some plastic pipettes. They're cheap as chips and more controllable than syringes. I have both, but only ever use pipettes.

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