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    Bridgette VonSmirff
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    Registered On: October 18, 2020
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    I bought a nice pair of the inch stilettos on line cheap. Used but nice, only thing was the tips on the stilletto heels were worn badly and unevenly. No problem, just pop the old ones off, and new tips on right?

    First one no problem at all. Second on the other hand, the tip came off with the head of its pin, leaving the shank still in the heel.  I just could not get a good enough grip on it, and so broke out the drill kit. Then proceeded to break off titanium bit in the heel.

    I had been going to wear them out the other night fur my date with my wife. Boo-hoo me. I did find a shoe repair guy near by, and he’s trying to fix them. $14 to repair, with a titanium but broken off in the heel. Next time, I’m just going to get him to fix it in the first place. At least that way I don’t have to buy more drill bits, lol!

    Lesson learned…

    Bridgette vS

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      Bridgette VonSmirff
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      Well I got the heels back, better than ever,  only $14 and he fixed everything. I know where I’m going for ask things shoe repair now.

      Bridgette

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      Emily Alt
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      I can’t decide what you’ve disrespected more Bridgette – the heels or the drill bit!

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        Bridgette VonSmirff
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        Yeah, that definitely didn’t go the way I’d wanted it to go. I was ready to scrap the pursuit of boots until my wife said we needed to go to the cobbler and see if they could fix it. He said to give him a few days, so we’ll see.

        What i needed was a cobalt bit, a drill press, and some clamps to hold the heel. What I had was none of that…

        Meh…

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