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Early excellence paint easel replacement clips

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by halftermheaven, Feb 2, 2011.

  1. halftermheaven

    halftermheaven New commenter

    Hi everyone,
    We've got Early Excellence furniture including the paint easle. The paper clips have all broken and I can't find any cheap replacements. Early Excellence will sell me them for £3.99 each but my head is not prepared to pay this extortionate price. Anyone else had this problem and know where to find suitable replacements?

    Thanks :)
  2. sadika

    sadika New commenter

    How long have you had the easel? Ours are about 5-6 years old and only one clip has broken in that time. We were at EEx before Christmas and got a couple of replacements. Haven't found anywhere else and I would put it back in your head's hands to source if he/she not prepared to pay! We've enough to do without wasting valuable time searching to try and save a few £'s!!!
  3. halftermheaven

    halftermheaven New commenter

    Yeah but unfortunatly because I am EY coordinator it's up to me to source. *sigh* our are 5 year old and out of 4 of them there are only 3 clips actually working! We have to use bulldog clips but the adults are the only people who can reach and have the finger strength to use them. Are my children not using them correctly an thur breaking them?

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