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Thread: Shopping today at HF

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    Member CCCorner's Avatar
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    Update they are still getting the cutter blades in, although they have raised the price to $1.99 for a pkg of 2 from $1.49, I noticed they did the same thing on line. I also picked up a one handle suction holder on sale for $2.99 but they also have the one handle 2 suction cups and 3 suction cups. Also they have heavy duty scissors for $2.99 that will cut anything and they are very manageable, I got them to cut templates, although we used them in the operating rooms to cut bandages and clothing when we needed to be quick and they worked great. Walked around on my lunch break and found a lot of different things, if ya wanna know more let me know. It one of my favorite shopping stops

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    I finally went to mine yesterday. The blades here are still $1.49. There were plenty. I only picked up 3 packs, I want to see if they work well in my Martelli cutter.

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    I have one in my Olfa cutter and it works just fine.

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    Sure, tell us what us you found that was great. Ours is a big store, and I'm not good at walking for long.

    Quote Originally Posted by CCCorner
    Update they are still getting the cutter blades in, although they have raised the price to $1.99 for a pkg of 2 from $1.49, I noticed they did the same thing on line. I also picked up a one handle suction holder on sale for $2.99 but they also have the one handle 2 suction cups and 3 suction cups. Also they have heavy duty scissors for $2.99 that will cut anything and they are very manageable, I got them to cut templates, although we used them in the operating rooms to cut bandages and clothing when we needed to be quick and they worked great. Walked around on my lunch break and found a lot of different things, if ya wanna know more let me know. It one of my favorite shopping stops

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    Thanks for letting us know, have fun buying cool things at HF

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    Has anyone checked Menards and Lowes for cutting blades? I am just curious if they have any and what price they would be.

    Mary

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    Going to pick up 20 I ordered tomorrow. I'm curious about the price to see if it will change.

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    Stopped back in mine today and they were out....the price was up to 1.99 on the empty rack.
    I bought the 3 blades with the cutter for 2.99 minus the 20% off coupon.

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    They have all kind of sissors in all different sizes and small lots tweezers with magnifing lens on them, spray gun brushes that are really small perfect for cleaning your sewing machine nicks and grannies, very small measuring tapes that goes up to 10ft instead of the 36" from the fabric store perfect to keep in your purse, all kinds of plastic containers in all kind of sizes, everything I purchased was between 1.99-3.99 in price, ran out of time because I was on my lunch break but I will head back. The suction cup with handle was in the automotive row...its actually used for pulling out dents on your car, hope I never use it for that.

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    I have checked all the home improvement stores last weekend and no such luck...will keep looking, I was going to stop into a carpet and flooring store and ask them or their installers.

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