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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.
The upcyclers tackle an old road light, a seventies-style sofa and a set of moth-eaten blankets. Will they manage to turn trash into cash?
Restoration expert Jay Blades saves a collection of old tiles and a conservatory sofa from the tip in Altrincham, Greater Manchester.
Sarah Moore salvages a set of beech chairs, a broken-up chest of drawers and a box of ceramic tiles from the recycling centre in Witley.
At Altrincham Recycling Centre, Jay Blades saves a firepit, two paraffin lamps and a tired wicker table and chair.
Sarah Moore is on a mission to rescue unloved and unwanted items from Dunbar Recycling Centre. With three finds to transform, Sarah enlists the help of Norman Wilkinson to take on some broken fencing while lighting expert Guy Trench is appointed to make a set of glass demijohns shine again. Sarah has an arduous task to revamp a fire-damaged table, but will all of their hard work be enough to turn these curious cast-offs into cash?
In Witley, upcycler extraordinaire Sarah Moore is on the lookout for three unloved items that she can save from the skip. To help transform her trio of tip finds, Sarah turns to scrap salvager Paul Firbank to give a redundant car bonnet a new use, while bag buff Neil Wragg has the challenge of transforming an old wax jacket.
For Sarah's own project, she attempts a daring makeover on a dated desk.
Sarah Moore is scouring the recycling centre in Witley for three unwanted items that she can breathe new life into. With a novel collection of trash finds under her arm, Sarah turns to designer maker Rupert Blanchard and woodworking duo Josh and Oli to help make her dump diamonds shine again.
A skip-bound vintage lace dress gives Sarah an exciting new challenge, but will the transformations produce a profit to return to their unsuspecting owners?
Jay Blades is at Altrincham Recycling Centre in search of three items of tip-bound trash that he can rework and repurpose to reveal their true potential. With three curious items saved, Jay enlists two magnificent makers to turn trash into cash.
Designer Daniel Heath gives a garden chiminea a radical redesign, and upcycler Sarah Peterson gives a shabby set of curtains a style overhaul. But will their transformations be able to make some money for nothing?
Sarah Moore is in Scotland, rummaging through the rubbish in Dunbar Recycling Centre, where she hopes to save three items from the skip.
The Bristol Upholstery Collective is on hand to help Sarah nurse an old chair back to health, while blacksmith Kev Paxton attempts to repurpose an unwanted washing machine. Sarah tries to create something alluring out of disposed egg trays, but will her transformation have what it takes to produce a profit?
Sarah Moore looks round Earlswood Recycling Centre, trying to find rubbish she can rescue and revamp. Sarah enlists the help of her trusty transformers to take on some tricky items. Mark Haig has an electrical meter to take on, while wood wizards Josh and Oli are faced with a dated table.
Sarah turns her hands to a vintage rocking horse, but can she help it find its way from dusty to dazzling?
At Earlswood Recycling Centre, Sarah Moore searches for three tip-bound items. She hopes that her rescuing, revamping and repurposing will rustle up a profit to return to the item's original owners. Neil Wragg is on hand to reinvent some worn-out windsurfing sails, while Norman Wilkinson gives an old desk a modern makeover. Meanwhile, Sarah turns up the heat on a vintage lamp, but will it turn a tidy profit?
Upcycling expert Sarah Moore is using her salvaging expertise at Earlswood Recycling Centre to search for three items that she can clean up and reinvent. A pink armchair needs a complete makeover and upholsterer Simion Hawtin-Smith is ready to take on the challenge, while lighting expert Guy Trench is challenged with finding a new use for a rusty old bucket. Sarah sees value in an unwanted painting, but will she be able to turn out a pocket full of profit?
Upcycler Jay Blades is at Altrincham Recycling Centre, on a mission to save three unwanted items from the skip. To help make his tips finds desirable again, Jay looks to creative duo Josh and Oli to lend a helping hand with some floorboard offcuts. Meanwhile, duo Katy and Richard attempt to give some garden vases a refreshing new look. A bamboo lounger gives Jay some testing times, but will he succeed in turning all the items from old to sold?
Upcycling authority Sarah Moore makes a trip to Earlswood Recycling Centre. While her rummage for rubbish results in three items saved from the skip, she needs to enlist the help of some crafty creatives to help her turn them into profit. Master craftsman Norman Wilkinson is faced with some rusty old railings, artisan Mark Haig has two old car-axle stands to transform, while Sarah gets to work on an old farmhouse table that's a little rough around the edges.
Restoration expert Jay Blades is at the recycling centre in Altrincham, to look for three unwanted items that he can save from the skip, transform and return a profit to their original owners. On hand to assist, woodworking duo Josh and Oli take on some discarded branches, while metal master Kev Paxton looks to find a functional use for an old trampoline. Jay has an interesting challenge on his hands with some forgotten fish tanks, but will he be able to find new homes for all his revamped items?
At Witley Recycling Centre, upcycler Sarah Moore is on the lookout for three unloved items she can save from the skip, salvage and sell on for a profit. To help transform her trio of tip finds, Sarah turns to furniture re-styler Emma Walker to help overhaul a pair of seats, while upholsterer Anthony Devine is challenged with bringing an Edwardian armchair into the 21st century. For her own project, Sarah takes on an old typewriter - but will she succeed in turning trash into cash?
Jay Blades is at a Walsall recycling centre on a mission to save three unwanted items from the skip. To help make his tip finds desirable again, Jay looks to upcycling duo Katy and Richard to lend a helping hand with a pair of tired dining chairs, while designer Daniel Heath gives a well-used table a fresh new look. Some discarded DJ equipment gets Jay's creativity flowing, but will he succeed in turning all three items from old to sold?
Upcycling expert Sarah Moore searches for three items that have the potential to produce a profit at the Witley Recycling Centre in Surrey. With her salvaged items under her arm, Sarah enlists woodworker Norman Wilkinson to tackle some chairs in need of a makeover, while creative duo Josh and Oli have the unusual task of reimagining a collection of fishing rods. A reproduction designer chair has Sarah scratching her head, but will she succeed in making money for nothing?
Restoration expert Jay Blades is at Walsall Recycling Centre in the West Midlands on the look out for three unwanted items that he can save, transform and sell on for a profit. Furniture re-styler Emma Walker helps to update a set of discarded bedroom cabinets, while carpenter Bruce Faulseit tries to find a creative new use for an old door. Jay has an interesting challenge on his hands with an old steamer trunk, but will he manage to find new homes for his upcycled items?
Upcycling expert EJ Osborne scours the skip at Woking Recycling Centre, on a mission to save three tip-bound items that he can restore, rejuvenate, and sell on for a profit. To help him turn trash into cash, EJ enlists the help of the Bristol Upholstery Collective to give an outdated armchair some creative flair, while blacksmiths Bex and Dave are tasked with turning old scaffolding props into something special. EJ has a collection of wooden floorboards to get creative with, but will his upcycling escapades result in a profit for the items' unsuspecting owners?
Upcycling entrepreneur Sarah Moore rummages through the rubbish at Witley Recycling Centre, on a mission to save three items from the skip. To help her turn her tip finds from dull to desirable, Sarah calls on blacksmith Kev Paxton to transform a cooker hood into fashionable furniture, while upholsterer Anthony Devine has an old sofa in need of some creative updating. Sarah has her hands full as she tries to give a collection of old jars a new lease of life, but will she succeed in pulling in the pounds?
At Walsall Recycling Centre in the West Midlands, Jay Blades looks for three items that he can take, transform and turn a profit on. Creative duo Josh and Oli have to show their mettle with some discarded brass, while upholsterer Ray Clarke tries to transform an unwanted pair of chairs. For his own project, Jay takes on a tired, old cabinet, but will he succeed in making money for nothing?
Restoration expert EJ Osborne is at Woking Recycling Centre to scour the skips for three items that he can rework and repurpose to reveal their true potential. To help him on his quest, EJ enlists two magnificent makers to help turn trash into cash. Designer Daniel Heath has a lot on his plate with a wardrobe that is past its best, while luggage legend Neil Wragg attempts to make beautiful bags from a tired leather sofa. But will they produce a profit to return to the items' unsuspecting owners?
Sarah Moore is at Witley Recycling Centre in search of tired and unwanted items that she can transform from tip-bound to tip-top. With three items saved, Sarah turns to carpenter Bruce Faulseit to come up with a creative idea for an old set of coat hooks, while the Bristol Upholstery Collective are tasked with giving an art deco chair a new lease of life. Sarah takes on an unusual table in need of some love and attention, but will she succeed in finding new homes for her revamped items?
EJ Osborne unearths three hidden gems at the recycling centre in Woking. EJ calls on master craftsman Norman Wilkinson to stamp his style on a collection of metal plates, while upcycler Sarah Peterson attempts to put a pile of broken chairs back together again. EJ has his work cut out revamping a chest of drawers, but will the transformations ensure he can return a profit to the items' original owners?
At Walsall Recycling Centre, Jay Blades looks for three items that have the potential to be transformed. To assist Jay, upholsterer Simion Hawtin-Smith gets to work on a retro chair, while metal master Kev Paxton looks to find a functional use for some rusty old gate rods. For Jay's own project he has four dining chairs to update, but will he succeed in finding new homes for his revamped items?
Upcycling entrepreneur EJ Osborne is at the Woking Recycling Centre, where he searches car boots for potential loot. To help EJ in his mission to rescue, revamp and rehome three pieces of tip-bound trash are top creatives Emma Walker and the Bristol Upholstery Collective. Furniture restyler Emma is tasked with transforming a tired table, while the group of upholstery geniuses have six dining chairs to contend with. EJ has some discarded metal to flex his creative muscles on, but will all three transformations pack a profit?
At the Walsall Recycling Centre, Jay Blades roots around for salvageable items that he can revamp. He enlists the help of his trusty transformers to take on some tricky items. Upholsterer Simion Hawtin-Smith goes out on a limb with a bold redesign of a sofa, and lighting expert Guy Trench's skills are tested by a set of lathe tools. Jay turns his hand to creating something saleable from a collection of plant pots, but can he help them find their way from dirty to dazzling?
Upcycling expert Sarah Moore searches for three items that have the potential to produce a profit at the Dunbar Recycling Centre in Scotland. She enlists the help of blacksmith Bex Simon, who is on hand to reinvent an old chimney pot, and furniture restyler Emma Walker, who attempts to add some pizazz to a wooden chest. A discarded bed gives Sarah an exciting new challenge, but will she succeed in finding new homes for each item?
Upcycling expert EJ Osborne searches for three items he can rescue and revamp at the recycling centre in Woking. An old plans chest needs some careful reworking at the hands of restorers Tom and Johnny, while woodworking wizard Norman Wilkinson is challenged with creating high-end furniture from a set of discarded garden chairs. EJ attempts to repurpose a pair of swivel stools, but will he be able to turn them into a pocket full of profit?
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