van ordinaire wrote: ↑
17 Jul 2017, 21:55
Not long after I questioned being able to spend £60+ in Lidl's I did just that - because to the weekly shop, I added an electric screwdriver (probably to be baptised by using it to remove the multitude of M10's that secure the transmission oilpan on the spares Cherokee) & a rechargeable multitool; now I've got nothing to compare that with but, 1st off, it worked straight out the box AND there was enough charge to do the job (derusting the trackbar bracket on the same Cherokee). Might even tackle the worst of the rust on the C15.
Only thing that bothers me a little (Lidl's rturns policy is very good) is consumables; if there's no industry standard for those litttle 3-pointed, velcro fitting sanding pads I could be in shtuck in the future.
I can go in every third day and spend £60 without any hardware bits and bobs - and there are only two of us live here
Went in for bread (love their bread, primary reason for going there), milk, cheese and sandwich stuff, came out £97 lighter.