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All I wanted was a washer for my tap and I ended up with a new bathroom

Though when Tony the plumber will get around to fitting it is anyone’s guess

19 March 2016

9:00 AM

19 March 2016

9:00 AM

Diamonds are for ever. Plumbers take a lifetime. They never finish. No job is too big or small for them to not finish it.

All I wanted was a new kitchen tap unit. The hot tap needed a washer fitting but, according to Tony the plumber from over the road, there is no point fitting a washer.

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