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Stainless IKEA cutlery drainer-£4
75mm X 300mm stainless steel sheet £4.50
Pressed steel broom handle bracket 3 pack £4.50
Pair of plastic hàndle grips £3.99
Wilko Pic n mix nuts,bolts & washer £2.50
1 can of Wilko clear lacquer spray £4
The remaining bits were laying about in the shed,
Old extendable 26mm paint roller pole
Mini angle grinder handle
15mm steel tube from a knackered fold up garden chair
I'm driving some friends to Skegness on Friday to visit relatives
So I may be forced to test it out while I wait to drive them home again
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We are off to the beaches of Norfolk soon with my our three granddaughters and as I want them to get them involved with metal detecting, I have already bought them an ABS plastic trowel each and a pinpointer for each of them is on order.
So a round trip of 60 miles to IKEA and I bought two 18cm high cutlery drainers and a 13.5cm one.
The plan is to put a heavily painted cast iron handle on the larger ones so they would be similar in design to an old style pub pint mug and a 30cm aluminium tube covered in heat shrink tubing fixed at right angles onto the smaller one.
Many thanks for the inspiration and well done for the concept.