Paper Shredder?


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melvin

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Hi Bros n Sis,

Thinking of getting one :think: Wonder if anyone know where got sell a manual one? or is there manual shredder? cross cut better still!:sweatsm:

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Hi Bros n Sis,

Thinking of getting one :think: Wonder if anyone know where got sell a manual one? or is there manual shredder? cross cut better still!:sweatsm:

:think:
I think popular bookstore @ the Bras Bash Complex should have.
But i don't think they are cross cut types.
 

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I think popular bookstore @ the Bras Bash Complex should have.
But i don't think they are cross cut types.
If i am not wrong they use electricity?:think:
 

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Get a cage of gerbils...put any paper in it...confirm bitten, shred and converted into unrecognizable cage linings... :bsmilie:
 

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If i am not wrong they use electricity?:think:
actually there is...i remember seeing one...looks something like a plastic fish tank, but the shredder has a wind handle for you to turn and shred manually. Just can't recall where i saw it....might be Popular bkstore
 

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actually there is...i remember seeing one...looks something like a plastic fish tank, but the shredder has a wind handle for you to turn and shred manually. Just can't recall where i saw it....might be Popular bkstore
Try to recall pls thanks! din wan to get electric one as dun have tons to shred!:bsmilie:
 

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Try to recall pls thanks! din wan to get electric one as dun have tons to shred!:bsmilie:
i think it would be easier to wait till Hungry Ghosts festival, then burn at convienient burning spot/bin. You shred liao, the rubbish also end up in the incinerator.
 

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Actually the old way of disposing photographs is to soak them in water until they disintegrate. Taught by my grandmother...
 

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i think it would be easier to wait till Hungry Ghosts festival, then burn at convienient burning spot/bin. You shred liao, the rubbish also end up in the incinerator.
Eerr... but now doing spring cleaning if wait till den sure kena chase out of the house!:bsmilie:
 

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Actually the old way of disposing photographs is to soak them in water until they disintegrate. Taught by my grandmother...
Not photos la.... just a stack of old bills + used papers from about 3years ago?:sweatsm:
 

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Eerr... but now doing spring cleaning if wait till den sure kena chase out of the house!:bsmilie:
Maybe get a metal bin to burn them? Or spring cleaning, tolong tolong beg for time, keep neatly in one corner till HGF comes along. :bsmilie:
 

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If i am not wrong they use electricity?:think:
they do not use electricity.

actually there is...i remember seeing one...looks something like a plastic fish tank, but the shredder has a wind handle for you to turn and shred manually. Just can't recall where i saw it....might be Popular bkstore
yeap you are right. I think there is a few stationary shops, esp those big ones would have. like Boon lay stationary... I would suggest u try popular. I am heading there tomorrow, I can help u check it out if u want.

Try to recall pls thanks! din wan to get electric one as dun have tons to shred!:bsmilie:
Actually you can get a smaller electrical one, which I had before. And it's about 80 -90 dollars.
 

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they do not use electricity.


yeap you are right. I think there is a few stationary shops, esp those big ones would have. like Boon lay stationary... I would suggest u try popular. I am heading there tomorrow, I can help u check it out if u want.



Actually you can get a smaller electrical one, which I had before. And it's about 80 -90 dollars.
Thanks sis help me look out!

If they dun use electricity how they work?:confused: still prefer manual one can exercise!:bsmilie:
 

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If they dun use electricity how they work?:confused: still prefer manual one can exercise!:bsmilie:
by handle wind lor...crank, is it called that? heh
 

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still using a $19.90 electric shredder gotten from NTUC a few years ago
 

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