Getting Replacement Parts for Salvaged Items

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November 10, 2016

Getting Replacement Parts for Salvaged ItemsI found a baby products organizer at the curb during one of my walks. The only thing wrong with it was that it was missing one of the casters. I decided to contact the company about getting a replacement. They asked me for some photos, including one of the tag with the product identification number. They got back to me the next day asking for my mailing address. My daughter will be getting a like-new organizer for her baby and I've saved this item from the landfill. Win-win!


baby organizer missing a wheel
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I actually saw them take it to the curb! Many people don't want to take the time to drive to the thrift store to donate, so they leave items out on the curb. I discovered this when I took up power walking. At least 5 years ago I found an $80 Holmes pedestal fan that had a loose screw. I brought it home and tightened the screw and it's been a great fan ever since. Their loss is my gain...

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