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Couldn´t help but look this one out Thank you, didn´t take me long.


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It would be difficult to peel this off so instead of renewing I think patching may do it. There are a few patches here, so if its too thick to get back on I could peel off the damaged part and hopefully that would work.
This has the same pattern as the original. It will be here tomorrow.
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Your solution is certainly long enough, if broad enough I’d re-wrap the whole handle with one piece after removing the original, be as good as new then.

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Your solution is certainly long enough, if broad enough I’d re-wrap the whole handle with one piece after removing the original, be as good as new then.

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Yes, but, but you are braver than me

If I could easily pull the old stuff off without it stretching it so that I had a pattern that would be OK, but I think it will tear and leave bits still stuck on.
I will see when the stuff arrives tomorrow, they say you can repair handbags, sofas, jackets anything leather so we will see.

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Use a hairdryer to soften the adhesive as you slowly pull the cover off from one end
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Use a hairdryer to soften the adhesive as you slowly pull the cover off from one end
I will see what the stuff is like tomorrow, maybe yours and Terrys way, I will see how brave I feel tomorrow.

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I gotta spare hair dryer Jan.

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I gotta spare hair dryer Jan.

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Thas OK Raymond, I´ve got 3
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