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Thread: Safely home

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    Safely home

    My LQS is having a 30% off sale so I took the opportunity to purchase the largest cutting mat I could. DH tossed it in the boot on top of a pile of tools, it was a very hot day here today and we had over an hours drive home, luckily I remembered your previous posts about misshapen mats accidentally left in cars. I staightened the boot, laid it flat and now it is home safe and sound. Thank you all for your marvelous posts that have saved me much distress.
    Merivale
    Australia.

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    Senior Member Plumtree's Avatar
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    Glad it got home safely. I had one of my smaller mats ruined in a car last summer in our Texas heat--doesnt' take long as one would think to ruin your mat.

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    so glad it's safe
    Nancy in western NY
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    ​I'm glad you remembered in time to save it. It would have been a disaster to have your new big mat ruined. Sometimes you can reflatten them but sometimes not.

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