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  • #20229
    imported_janetr66
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    I read a post from a woman who needed brassiere underwires. I have some to donate but can't get the page to come up on your site. The url is http://www.thefrugallife.com/underwire.html

    #21866
    imported_refuge821
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    Hi Janet,

    It works for me .. maybe there was a burp at the time you tried :-)

    Try it again:  http://www.thefrugallife.com/underwire.html

    #21897
    imported_kherrera
    Participant

    Hello I live in California and I use a lady tailor to replace and repair underwires for me.  It's allot less expensive than buying new bras.  Her email address is [email protected]

    #22463
    Anonymous

    Braessentials.com also sells wires and they are a US company. Wires usually ship within one business day and the shipping rates are not that high.

    #22503
    Anonymous

    Hello I live in California and I use a lady tailor to replace and repair underwires for me.  It's allot less expensive than buying new bras. 

    The elastic usually gives out after a few years. Hand wash in cold water and never put into the dryer. This will give the longest elastic life.

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