|Posted by:||Adrian Irving|
|Good to hear someone is actually repairing something rather that just chucking it out.|
My daughter called us the make do and mend parents. It was not meant as a compliment but I see it as one.
Back to your problem.
Clearly you need a good job as you don't want the handles to fall of full of boiling water for example.
Without seeing them I can't be sure but it may be possible to drill the rivets out and replace with rust proof nuts and bolts locked into position.
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|Saucepan Handles||16/04/15 14:07:00||Robin McGregor|
|Re:Saucepan Handles||16/04/15 14:49:00||Alastair Banton|
|Re:Re:Saucepan Handles||16/04/15 17:04:00||Robin McGregor|
|Re:Saucepan Handles||16/04/15 17:23:00||Will Watson|
|Re:Re:Saucepan Handles||16/04/15 17:31:00||Georgina Flint|
|Re:Saucepan Handles||16/04/15 18:24:00||Karen Foster|
|Re:Re:Saucepan Handles||16/04/15 19:45:00||Nigel Brooks|
|Re:Saucepan Handles||17/04/15 10:01:00||Adrian Irving|
|Re:Re:Saucepan Handles||18/04/15 10:16:00||Robin McGregor|
|Re:Re:Re:Saucepan Handles||18/04/15 12:11:00||Nigel Brooks|