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Thread: First visit to Harbor Freight

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    Super Member greenini's Avatar
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    Today we signed our new wills and had to go to a town about 30 miles from us and there was my first HF :D I was kinda selfish, I bought 25 packages of carpet cutter blades @$1.79 x 20% off. I wasn't a complete pig, I left about 15 more, plus several of the actual carpet cutters. And I bought 3 of the small suction cups, also on sale, plus the big suction cup, which I feel like I ought to use getting out of the tub, I'm always worried about falling. I also bought a rubber mallet, of course! DH got some terminals, we got some free thing a clamp of some kind :roll: they claimed it was worth $10, I donnkno, looked pretty useless to us, but hey, it was free.

    I think I'm gonna go change my rotary cutter blade :thumbup:

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    I just ordered 10 cards of the blades from their internet site. My local store couldn't get any more, and said they would be out of stock for several weeks. Even with the shipping (which, BTW, is VERY high!!) it still came out to barely over $1.25 per blade.

    I shared some with Maureen in Canada, because she couldn't get them to ship except for really exhorbitant cost.

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    Super Member Stitchnripper's Avatar
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    So far the Harbor Freight blades have not disappointed me.

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    You just tickled my funny bone saying you weren't a "complete pig" hahahahahaha
    Thanks for the funny story and happy you're stocked for now!! :D:D

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