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How to dispose of pushchair

(5 Posts)
tigercametotea Thu 20-Oct-11 18:32:41

I have an old MacLaren Triumph, the wheels squeak (something which on the MacLaren website says can be fixed with a tiny amount of lubricant like WD40 but I don't have that stuff around), and quite frankly (well at least it is to me) that it is beyond good condition as its been through 2 users.. I've never bothered to fix it as I bought a new pushchair and just left it sitting in my home all this time. I'm not sure whether to Freecycle it - its not that it doesn't work, but the wheels squeak and it looks worn. Would anyone still want to collect it? Now I'm thinking of getting rid of it - what are the ways I can do so? And would it involve having to pay to get rid of it?

fuckityfuckfuckfuck Thu 20-Oct-11 18:34:00

Freecycle it. A bit of WD40 isn't a big deal, I've done it many times on thngs that squeak. Someone will be grateful for it.

TonksmarriedaWerewolf Thu 20-Oct-11 18:34:14

You can leave it out for the scrap men, that's what i did when our Inglesina finally gave up the ghost.

GoodAndBluts Thu 20-Oct-11 18:35:25

Stick it on freecycle and note the faults, someone will want it.

Hevster Thu 20-Oct-11 20:36:36

someone will def take it on freecycle

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