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Last year about this time of year, the handle on my clothes dryer fell off.

I hate forking out money to appliance repair people. So I decided maybe I could fix the problem. If you are into crafts, you will know all about Hodge Podge Glue. I soaked a piece of old flannel fabric in Hodge Podge glue, wrung it out, so it was not dripping. Then I wrapped the soaked fabric around the clothes dryer handle of. Held in place for about five minutes. Well-a dryer door handle stuck, and is still holding up a year later.

Went to do a load of wash the other day, when the start load dial fell off. I knew I could not fix.

Done to the department store this morning I went. Bought a new wash machine and clothes dryer. I figured it was a good time as Boxing Day Sales were still applicable. Saved $500.00 on each appliance. Though had to pay $50.00 up front for the service people to take my old set away.

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