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Thursday, September 30, 2004

Dunlop Minor Repair Outfit Tin

A slightly rusty tin from Lady Heynes, with some nice clear instructions on the side:-
1.Clean the tube around puncture and remove dust.
2.Apply solution to the tube and allow to become tacky.
3.Tear off protective backing from patch and apply patch with slight pressure,particularly at edges.
SPECIAL NOTE: After fixing the patch, do not attempt to lift it in order to find out whether it has stuck properly. This simply destroys the adhesion and serves no useful purpose.

I love the phrasing of the Special Note..its a bit like saying

"just leave the bloody thing alone and stop picking at it....."

24 Comments:

Blogger Roger Stevens said...

Do you remember that band - the John Bull Puncture Repair Outfit?

01 October, 2004  
Blogger michael said...

hazel said..
no I don't but I have got another John Bull Mend-a-tear tin which I will put pn the blog soon.
I expect Michael does though...

01 October, 2004  
Blogger hazel said...

MICHAELsays- I think they ring a few bicycle bells?

03 October, 2004  
Blogger Roger Stevens said...

Well, that's just typical of Michael isn't it?

03 October, 2004  
Blogger michael said...

The only thing missing from this tin to make it perfect would be a small slit in one side to put pennies in!

20 October, 2004  
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04 October, 2005  
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16 October, 2005  
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22 October, 2005  
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22 October, 2005  
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24 October, 2005  
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24 October, 2005  
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25 October, 2005  
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25 October, 2005  
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26 October, 2005  
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26 October, 2005  
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27 October, 2005  
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27 October, 2005  
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Should the need ever arise where you need information on beginner wood working projects then drop by for a look.

27 October, 2005  
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28 October, 2005  
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29 October, 2005  
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29 October, 2005  
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24 December, 2007  
Blogger wastedpapiers said...

Gosh- what a lot of spammers came out of the woodwork then!

22 April, 2008  
Blogger Cinderella K said...

I had to take it in a bit on the sides from bust to waist, because I lost some weight. It is such a simple design ANYONE who sews could easily sew an inch on each side to alter it (that is what I did).
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24 April, 2014  

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