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SELF ADHESIVE FOAM WEATHER STRIP 2 PACK WINDOWS/ DOORS £1.45 delivered @ Amazon Sold by SoSupplies

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2 x 5 Metres Ideal For Windows & Doors Waterproof Twin Pack
littel helper Avatar3y, 5m agoFound 3 years, 5 months ago3 Comments
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if you are near poundland, fair enough.
however I would not travel to city just for this if it can be delivered to my address for 45p.
Cold. I picked up two 5m rolls for a pound in one of the pound shops before we had the strips replaced on the UPVC windows we have.
These are cheap but very temporary - I used them and water penetrates them and can make damp worse on the inside after a while. I had proper rubber seals fitted to the door instead and they are much better. Good price but just saying!
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15X Magnifying Mirror, £2.24 delivered @ Amazon Marketplace (So Supplies)

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Very cheap!! 15X Magnification Perfect for applying makeup, contact lenses & eyebrow tweezing Two suction cups for hands free use Approx 86mm (3 1/4") diameter
Joanna18 Avatar3y, 5m agoFound 3 years, 5 months ago1 Comment
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Silverline Spoke Key 10-15 Gauge 1.62 delivered @ amazon and sold by SoSupplies

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To adjust your bike's wheel - Carbon steel adjuster for spoke sizes 10 - 15. Warning: Only for domestic use
ichayan Avatar3y, 9m agoFound 3 years, 9 months ago8 Comments
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You won't get a wheel true with just one of these, you need a jig to mount the wheel in while you work on it. But if you get one of those and read the instructions that come with it, it's easy enough that I can manage it. Just takes quite a bit of patience.
Never had a problem straightening wheels, can take a bit of time to get them right though. If you're getting wound up by your luck of success, take a break as if you do it for too long at a time you're more likely to mess them up.
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Warning - cheap tool but immense level of skill required to use it properly. You will knacker you wheels, i pretty much do everything to my own MTB (bearings / bottom bracket / cranks / cables / discs pads / fork oil change) but i will not touch the wheels - i just don't have the practice, skill and trueing kit to get it right, espeically when my local shop will iron out a rim kink for a pint. Know when you beat imo and save your £1.62 for post ride beer.
Really? The first time I ever used a spoke key, I removed all the spokes from my then road racing bike's badly buckled wheels, hammered out all the dents in the rims, and fitted new spokes. I used my thumb nail as a truing guide, then double checked with a steel rule. And I'd say I got my wheels perfectly true and round, and certainly truer than when I bought the bike new. These days with the Internet, it should be easy to find a guide.

Alot depends on your ride and just how bad a kink is, but its damn tricky to get a wheel true.
Hot and ordered.. Yep, it can be tricky to true a wheel, but I can generally fix small wobbles, and it can be a life saver if you snap a spoke out on the road - a spoke key got my wheel straight enough to go through the brake blocks and ride home ok..
Search in you tube "true bike wheels" you will see excellent videos
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