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I work for a raingear company and due to the nature of the job, we end up having samples that are cut in places or slightly damaged, not destroyed but unsellable, that are otherwise destined for the trash. Wondering if anyone knows of a company that takes unsellable gear and upcycles it into sellable products? I've looked at recycledwaders.com and they seem to be an interesting option but I'd LOVE to know if anyone else has any recommendations. We just don't have the bandwidth to do it in house at this moment. Thanks!

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I have a bunch of broken terracota garden pots, wondering if there is anything interesting I could do with them - besides a mosaic. Any thougts?

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