Good deal in Brest: come and repair your household appliances for free

Good deal in Brest: come and repair your household appliances for free
Good deal in Brest: come and repair your household appliances for free


Editorial Côté Brest

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Jul 9, 2024 at 12:17 PM

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The Repair tour de Francewhich stops at Place de la Liberté in Brest This Wednesday, July 10, 2024, allows you to learn for free how to maintain your household appliances (household appliances, garden, swimming pool, etc.) and fix those that are defective or broken rather than throwing them away. And thus save money.

Since September 2023, the Repair heroes crisscross France from town to town, to bring these solidarity repair workshops of household appliances.

“The French, and therefore this July 10th the people of Brest, can bring their devices to be repaired to get advice and assistance from professionals or simply to talk with these players who are working for a better future and a more ecological way of life”, explain the managers of Spareka (leader in repair support) and WD-40 (supplier of sprays essential for the maintenance and repair of devices on a daily basis), who are organizing the Repair tour.

Repair hero kits to win

Which remind us: “All actions count, including small everyday gestures, to profoundly transform our societies. Since 2017, we have been mobilized to teach the French to diagnose breakdowns, maintain and repair their own appliances to reduce household waste.

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Over the years, thousands of people have benefited from the knowledge of Repair heroes.

And adopt the right reflexes for functional devices.

Participants who complete the four challenges proposed by the organizers will leave with the kit du Repair hero including everything needed to maintain and repair these devices: white vinegar, penetrating oil, contact cleaner, lubricant, protective gloves and free video assistance.

Wednesday, July 10, 2024 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Place de la Liberté in Brest. It’s free.

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