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Sarah Moore saves three items from the tip in each episode and transforms them into a much more valuable piece, before returning the profits back to the original owners of the item.
Sarah unearths hidden gems at the recycling centre in Walsall, West Midlands. But can all three tip-bound objects be turned into fantastic and desirable items? Robot maker Mark Haig stamps his style on a collection of mini TVs, while artisan bag maker Neil Wragg turns printed bean sacks into stylish shopping bags. Sarah's own project sees her take on a pair of chairs and a plant stand. But will each make ensure Sarah can return a profit to each item's original owner?
Sarah's in Witley, Surrey, where she is on the lookout for three items that she can save from the clutches of the tip crusher. It's not easy transforming items destined for the skip, but with the help of artisan Norman Wilkinson and designer Daniel Heath, Sarah hopes to turn a profit on her objects. Her mission is to sell each revamped item and return to their original owners with the profit. Norman revamps a Z-bed from dump to designer, while Daniel has an interesting idea to turn an artist's easel into a man's vanity unit. Sarah tries her hand at upholstery, as she gets to work on a tired armchair. But will all of their hard work pay off?
Entrepreneur Sarah Moore is at the recycling centre in Walsall, near Birmingham. Here she grabs three items she hopes to transform from drab to fab, sell on and send off to new homes. Reclamation duo the Junk Gypsies are tasked with turning a pair of teak legs into something stunning, while furniture experts the Three Restorers take on a broken desk. The trio of eclectic tip finds is rounded off with the item Sarah will work on herself - a formica kitchen table and three chairs. Will the makeovers make these items saleable?
Sarah Moore is at the recycling centre in Woking, Surrey. Here, she is sifting through the junk in search of some real finds that she can save from the dump. With three items successfully squirreled away she turns to master carpenter Norman Wilkinson in search of assistance - can he transform a traditional dressing table from tip-bound to top-end?
Meanwhile, salvage expert Rupert Blanchard has been charged with reimagining some trestles and ladders into something saleable. Sarah herself will get to work on some floral fabric picked up at the tip. Will Sarah and her band of artisans' creativity secure some cash to return to each item's original owners?
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