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iSurg: Beautiful Shoes, they're really lovely.

 

CoffeDudeGuy- Yeah New Zealend is great, I went when I was 11 with Mum and Dad. Walked up the world's steepest street in Duniden. Then skated down it. No fucks where given until I fell off and took half my skin off. Yeah, I have my trickers instead of Islay, gonna wear them in the bush.

 

 

Just made my first Henry Carter purchase, thanks Jason!

post #51887 of 53406
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I source my suit hangers from here. Works out to about $7-8 per hanger. 

+1 I get mine there too.

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Thanks PS. That DB5 is really quite lovely, and possibly my dream car.

It's my Old Man's, he let me take it out today, was a really great time. I have a Jensen Healy that I've spoken about a long while ago, dad's got the Cobra half apart and is rebuilding the diff at the moment, but as soon as that's out, and I've retiled the laundry I'm going to put the Jensen in there, strip it, get it repainted(going British Racing Green), and restore it.


Great stuff.
post #51888 of 53406
On the off chance anyone is interested, I have a BNWOT Polo Ralph Lauren crunchy silk knit in 'Royal' for sale cheaply, PM me.




http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/index.jsp?productId=30678466
post #51889 of 53406
A hoy hoy chaps

I want to replace the rank fleece blanket we cover ourselves with while sitting/lying on the couch at 2am trying to calm a fractious toddler. Any recommendations on a wool 'throw'? I don't like anything too soft or fluffy, and stain resistance / ease of cleaning is a must. I dunno, maybe merino?

Cheers
post #51890 of 53406
Bed Bath and Table have wool throws. There's an outlet in Sydney Rd.
post #51891 of 53406
Lygon St, Brunswick (and one in Ivanhoe).
post #51892 of 53406
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Lygon St, Brunswick (and one in Ivanhoe).

That's the one. My bad.
post #51893 of 53406

Inspired by iSurg:

 

post #51894 of 53406
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Originally Posted by Stebbin View Post
 

I source my suit hangers from here. Works out to about $7-8 per hanger. 

 

Thanks for sharing, are the shoulders on the ones linked decent sized?

post #51895 of 53406

The entire hanger is very thick and the shoulders are well shaped. Been using mine for 8 months with no troubles, 

post #51896 of 53406
Looks good, Petepan smile.gif
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On the topic of hangers, I remember seeing some a little while ago, that was able to hang 5 trousers at once, anyone got a link?

post #51898 of 53406
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On the topic of hangers, I remember seeing some a little while ago, that was able to hang 5 trousers at once, anyone got a link?

 

Try and hang your trousers by the waist if you can, rather than fold them over.

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A hoy hoy chaps
I want to replace the rank fleece blanket we cover ourselves with while sitting/lying on the couch at 2am trying to calm a fractious toddler. Any recommendations on a wool 'throw'? I don't like anything too soft or fluffy, and stain resistance / ease of cleaning is a must. I dunno, maybe merino?
Cheers
Cotton or acrylic is better for washing etc. Get a wooden rocking chair - or a fancy one - more calming for all. Good luck.
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On the topic of hangers, I remember seeing some a little while ago, that was able to hang 5 trousers at once, anyone got a link?

 

You can get them from most places - even K-Mart or Target stock them. 

 

As joiji points out, though, if you're hanging odd trousers (rather than hanging them on a suit hanger as part of a suit), then you might as well use a hanger that allows you to hang them by the cuff/hem so that the wrinkles fall out of them. 

 

Also, you don't save that much space using those multi-hangers because the multiple thicknesses of cloth, the result of hanging several pairs of trousers together, make them very bulky. 

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