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Electrolux Hose Restoration...Help Needed
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Post# 140321   6/20/2011 at 16:31 (4,635 days old) by mercuryman ()        

Hello all,

I know that recently (within the last few months) someone posted about restoring Electrolux saran hoses to air-tight condition through various methods.

I have two beautiful hoses that I would like to have restored--one is from a Super J which I just acquired, and the other is from a blue Model L. The Model L hose leaks terribly and the Super J hose leaks slightly.

Would anyone who is talented at hose restoration be willing to restore these for me if I were to ship them to you and pay you to do the restoration? I'd try doing it myself, but...I don't really have the time, and I'd be upset if I failed to restore them successfully.

If anyone is interested, please respond to this thread, or drop me an e-mail at bjacob73@gmail.com.

Thanks very much!

-Brian =)



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