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 Posted: Fri Aug 10th, 2012 12:33 am
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If anybody uses UHU glue and has a Poundland nearby, they have large tubes of it.



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 Posted: Fri Aug 10th, 2012 02:29 am
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And the 99p chain have UHU... save another 1p !
It all adds up...

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I have about 4 tubes of it - bought last time I was over there.

The problem with mine is, you have to understand Greek ......................:roll::roll::roll:

Certainly cheap and I presume the same stuff but probably made for a cancelled export order - given the state of Greece's economy.  :roll::roll::roll:






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I was having difficulty finding some here as my one and only remaining tube is nearly finished. Agnes and I dropped in to a Spotlight store on the way home from a friend's birthday (Spotlight sell fabrics and craft stuff - Agnes was driving so I had little say in the matter!!  :chicken ) and lo and behold, they had tubes of UHU for $AUS4 each. I grabbed a couple!

 

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