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--- DO IT YOURSELF --- PURPOSE: To produce a long-handled shoe horn designed for use by individuals who have disabilities which prevent bending or stretching to put on shoes. Cut a piece of 4-inch-diameter PVC pipe in half lengthwise with a bandsaw to provide a lightweight curve for any length of a shoehorn. After heating the pipe, attach a hook on one end for reaching or dragging. MATERIALS: Length of 4-inch diameter PVC pipe. TOOLS: Bandsaw. TITLE: Doing It Yourself. AUTHOR: Wechsler, K. JOURNAL: Quest. WEB SITE: http://www.mdausa.org/publications/Quest/q111diy.cfm REF: Vol. 11, No. 1, January/February 2004.

Notes: This product was designed by Paul McKee of Jefferson City, Missouri.

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This product record was updated on September 20, 2005.

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