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www.edmonton.ca/reusedirectory or Call 311
1. Charities to call for FREE pick up: Habitat for Humanity ReStores. Drop off items OR Call for free pick up 780-477-4057 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Furnishing Hope. Drop off items OR Call for free pick up 780-988-1717
Both FIND & ReStores accept antiques, furniture including bed frames, books, and more.
ReStores accept appliances & building supplies. Check websites for details. (NO beds, sofa beds or futons).
3. Saint Vincent de Paul 780-471-5577
Call to book a FREE pick up of furniture (including mattresses & bed frames) & household goods in very good condition for immediate use by homeless & immigrant families.
Note: Driver makes final decision on what will be accepted.
Multi Purpose Lubricant.
The best spray on lubricant for all mechanical moving parts is FLUID FILM. It is available at Major retailers including Canadian Tire, Home Depot and others. This spray on, long lasting lubricant is approved for multiple applications including aircraft and food plants, so it is nontoxic. It has a lanolin base and will not dry out like the WD 40 solvent-based lubricant.
Your appliance has stopped working.
Before you call a costly repair service, try a reboot first! To do this simply unplug the appliance or turn off the power at the breaker for a minute, then plug it in again or reset the breaker. As most newer appliances now have computer chips, this reset will often clear the electronic error. We have had success doing this when our new washer suddenly stopped working. This also worked for our newer dishwasher, when it was not draining. We made sure the drain was clear first, and it turned out to simply require a reboot, to then complete the drain cycle, when we washed the next load of dishes.
Senior fraud alert is an education initiative led by the YEG seniors’ alliance, in partnership with Edmonton Police Service, and funded by the Edmonton Community foundation.
This is an excellent resource that explains every kind of fraud and how to prevent it.
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