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mathews last won the day on April 11 2019

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  1. You can bring them to us in London if you like. Mathews Shoe Repairers 35 Balham Hill
  2. They don't need to be. Just whack it with a stick for the bits that ate stuck on the inside to drop in the tray.
  3. You're right it is off the shelf. I am going to buy another one. I just need a switch now that can be mounted onto the front plate. Any ideas?
  4. Does anyone have for sale or can supply a 3 Phase keg motor with a switch on the front.
  5. If a customer came in and wanted those repairing I'd offer to repair them too. It's just much easier on the forum to say the truth which is those boots are basically made out of extra thick black bin liners, your feet will become as sweaty as possible as they will not breath even one bit. Like all here I know a half decent shoe when I see one and at £75 those were a complete and total rip off to begin with IMO.
  6. Those are plastic do yourself a favour and put your money towards a real pair of boots.
  7. Thanks very much to David for helping me out. Will make a donation to charity.
  8. Hi David thank you for that. Can anyone supply?
  9. Does anyone know what the bottom key, the one this is actually cut is called and if it is available. I hope this is not a thread jack but thought if I post here it may help others too.
  10. The KESO 2000 key I'm pretty sure I could use some tracers and cutters to do this on the Silca matrix but all I have is kaba2 blanks which are just a few mm short. As for the Evva key, I haven't a clue. Any help would be much appreciated.
  11. Weird. I keep seeing ERA ER1 keys genuine looking things but on a Yale 1A profile. Has anyone else seen these?
  12. A job with good potential available for experienced key cutter who also has more than basic experience with watches in Clapham. Shoe knowledge not required although basic knowledge would be a big plus. Anyone who wants to and will learn, PM me. Full or part time. PM me if you or anyone you know is potentially interested.
  13. A hard brush, good old fashion elbow grease, soap and water to rinse is all you need. There is not much need to purchase a machine to do this job unless you are lazy and really want a shaft rotating a hard nylon brush for you or fancy the dryer to speed up the drying process. The only thing that interests me is the chemicals that may be better used in the place of soap which is all I have used in the past and any specific paints and renovating products that can be used afterwards. Does anyone know a wholesaler who sells these products?
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