I take a lot of vitamins and each vitamin jar contains cotton. I hate to throw it away so I save it so when I'm polishing my nails I can use the cotton to remove old nail polish. I have too much so if you are in need of clean cotton to use when you want to remove nail polish please let me know. I would not use it for anything else but it's great to remove polish.
Blue striped chair, very comfortable.
The ones in the lower right corner are paper; the rest are not.
Misc. craft-type items. See photo.
This mop has been sitting in someone's garage for some years--it needs cleaned up, but seems to work fine. It's a sturdy old thing...
This snowblower was passed to us--we've never used it, so we don't know if it works or not.
This was sitting in someone's garage--we don't think it works, but maybe someone can figure it out.
This was passed to us--it's old enough to be somewhat antiquey, but don't know anything about it, really. It needs cleaned up.
So, I don't know the story on this air compressor that got passed to us. It's missing the wheels on the bottom, and it doesn't work, don't know why. Maybe a handyman can make use of this?
Contact for pick up arrangements
Would make a great table base
Set of three legs to make a work table. Steel H type.
Garden hose with ends cut off. Does not handle pressure so no point in putting coupling on, but would work well for low pressure needs like sump pump, draining, etc. At 90 feet of hose.
I have *TWO* lawnmowers for spare parts or if handy maybe even can fix it - one is a Toro that was left out in the rain but only a few years old. Can't get it to start. The other is an older Craftsman. Not sure what's wrong with it. Both have lawn collecting bags attached.
44 Fluid oz. The color is Citrus Silver.
Full sized, around 1000 Watts. Works, but have a paint chip at bottom of door that sometimes causes arching. That will need to be addressed.
Three sets of legs to make a work table. Steel H type.
2 drawer file cabinet. Some rust.
Plastic beach balls, leis, plastic buckets with shovels