17 June 2014

Free For All Tuesday No. 176

16 comments:

  1. I have come to the conclusion I just like the non leather Filofaxes and have no real inclination of purchasing the leather ones

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    1. I'm the opposite. I love leather and have no interest in anything non-leather.

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    2. Although, some of the non-leather are sure pretty!

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  2. I am wondering if there is a way of getting the printed FF catalogue. It seems it's the only way of knowing what FF has in store for us during the year.

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    1. I requested one through the 'Contact Us' page on their UK website and it was delivered less than a week later.

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    2. I got one of the new Filofax catalogues but it did not contain all the new/ upcoming styles.

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  3. Thanks for letting me know: I am going to try it immediately!

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  6. Does anyone know if and when The Original Filofax in Monochrome (black and white) will be available in the USA? Does anyone have that Filofax? If so, what do you think of it. Thanks.

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    1. Sorry I posted a few times by accident. I thought it didn't go through that's why I did it again.

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  7. Love the Gil-dori! Would love more details about that...

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  8. I've just bought two beautiful Boston (one compact and one slimline) on sale on filofax.it but they both came without the ruler page market. Is that usual?

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  9. Is there any way how to get rid of rust on rings (a way which wouldn't damage the leather)? I've just received a new Malden with absolutety non-gappy rings and amazing leather. But on one ring there is a tiny rusty spot. I would like it gone before it spreads. Any experience or advice, please?

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    1. If it's only a tiny amount, try some sort of metal polish wadding, the sort that has the polish soaked in to a felt type material, and often used for cleaning silver ware. Clean it with that or similar and strong fingers!

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    2. Thank you very much. I will try it.

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