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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 Moore is at the recycling centre in Witley on the lookout for three items she can salvage, spruce up and sell on for a profit. Can Sarah and her crafty creatives pull off a range of tricky transformations? Audio engineer Horse has his work cut out trying to make an old sewing box sing, while master carpenter Norman Wilkinson attempts to modernise a collection of metal drawers. Sarah takes on a bicycle in need of some TLC, but will she succeed in turning trash into cash?
EJ Osborne is 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 To help him turn trash into cash, EJ enlists the help of upcycler Sarah Peterson to give an outdated telephone cabinet a radical revamp, while woodworkers Josh and Oli are tasked with turning a tired tool box into something special. EJ has a collection of gear box parts to get creative with, but will his upcycling escapades result in a profit for the items' unsuspecting owners?
In Witley, Sarah Moore is searching for three tip-bound items that she can turn into top money-makers. Upholsterer Simion Hawtin-Smith is on hand to tackle a pair of old car seats, while lighting guru Guy Trench is tasked with transforming a collection of glass laboratory tubes. For Sarah's own project, she has a box of knitting wool to work with, but can all her repurposing rustle up a profit to return to the items' original owners?
Jay Blades is at Altrincham Recycling Centre on a mission to save three unwanted items from the skip. To help convert his trash into cash, Jay turns to metal maestro Kev Paxton to revive a set of glass lampshades. Meanwhile, wallpapering wonder Emma Walker has a big job on her hands with an oak sideboard in need of an update. A pair of printers' trays give Jay some testing times, but will he succeed in turning all the items from old to sold?
Sarah Moore is on a mission to rescue unloved and unwanted items from Witley Recycling Centre. With three tip-finds to transform, Sarah turns to Neil Wragg to come up with a creative new use for an old kite surfing sail, while the Bristol Upholstery Collective is tasked with turning a forlorn futon into something fabulous. Sarah takes on the ambitious project of transforming a wine bottle into lighting, but will all her hard work be enough to turn these cast-offs into cash?
Restoration expert Jay Blades is at Altrincham Recycling Centre in Greater Manchester on the lookout for three tip-bound pieces to rescue and restore. Woodworker Norman Wilkinson is tasked with creating functional furniture from some wooden shelving, while upholsterer Simion Hawtin-Smith gets to work reimagining a tired leather sofa. Jay has an interesting challenge on his hands with an old filing cabinet, but will he succeed in finding new homes for his upcycled items?
Upcycling entrepreneur Sarah Moore salvages three skip-bound items from the recycling centre in Witley. She tasks the Bristol Upholstery Collective to transform a box of patchwork pieces, while furniture restyler Emma Walker is challenged with putting her stamp on a dull dressing table, and Sarah gives new life to a doll's house. But will she be able to find new homes for all her items?
Restoration expert EJ Osborne scours the skips at Woking Recycling Centre for three items that he can rework to reveal their true potential. He enlists artist blacksmith Kev Paxton to transform four metal chairs, and carpenter Bruce Faulseit to rejuvenate a tired towel rail. EJ works on updating two unwanted mirrors, but will all their work result in a profit?
Upcycler Sarah Moore searches for three tip-bound items to save at Dunbar Recycling Centre in Scotland. She tasks woodworking duo Josh and Oli to take on a set of discarded drawers, while metalworker Paul Firbank attempts to repurpose an unwanted computer desk. Sarah sees profit-making potential in an old accordion case, but will she succeed in finding new homes for all three items?
Jay Blades sifts through the unwanted items at Altrincham Recycling Centre in search of three pieces to rescue, restore and turn a profit on. Upcycler Sarah Peterson's creativity is tested with a tired set of cane chairs, while robot maker Mark Haig is challenged to come up with a new use for an old video projector. Jay gets crafty with a collection of discarded windows for his own project, but will all three have profit-making potential?
Upcycling entrepreneur Sarah Moore is at Witley Recycling Centre in Surrey to salvage and transform three tip-bound items. She tasks textile designer Daniel Heath to make an old floor lamp shine once more, while upholsterer Simion Hawtin-Smith struggles with a bold redesign of a chaise longue. Sarah gets creative with a collection of bay leaves, but will her eclectic items make a profit?
At the recycling centre in Woking, upcycling aficionado EJ Osborne unearths three items with the potential to turn a profit. He calls on Neil Wragg to stamp his style on an unwanted windbreaker, while lighting expert Guy Trench reimagines some old workshop cast-offs. EJ gives the upcycling treatment to a child's chair, but will the transformations ensure he can return a profit to the items' original owners?
At Altrincham Recycling Centre, Jay Blades rescues three hidden gems to revamp. He enlists the help of metal maestros Bex and Dave to transform mattress springs into something special, while woodworker Norman Wilkinson is tasked with bringing an old writing bureau up to date. Jay finds a creative new use for a broken granite worktop, but will all three transformations be successful?
Upcycling expert EJ Osborne searches for three salvageable items at Woking Recycling Centre. He enlists robot maker Mark Haig to transform an old gas meter box, while carpenter Bruce Faulseit rejuvenates a tired table and chairs. EJ tackles some racing tyres, but will all their work result in a profit?
Upcycler Sarah Moore salvages three tip-bound items at Dunbar Recycling Centre in Scotland. She tasks creative duo Josh and Oli to give a redundant refectory table a new lease of life, while Bristol Upholstery Collective take on the challenge of an armchair in need of a complete makeover. Sarah herself tackles a collection of frames.
At Witley Recycling Centre, upcycler extraordinaire Sarah Moore is on the lookout for three unloved items she can save from the skip and sell on for a profit. To help transform her trio of tip finds, Sarah turns to upholsterer Simion Hawtin-Smith to give three chairs a style overhaul, while designer maker Daniel Heath has a granite fireplace to contend with. For her own project, Sarah takes on an old wooden trolley, but will she succeed in turning trash into cash?
Upcycling expert EJ Osborne is at Woking Recycling Centre searching for three items that he can rescue and revamp. An old bedroom cabinet in need of an update is reworked by furniture restyler Emma Walker, while audio engineer Horse is given the task of adding some 'boom' to an old metal box. For his own project, EJ has a box of wooden blocks to keep him busy, but will he be able to turn tired items into a pocket full of profit?
Sarah Moore scours the recycling centre in Witley for unwanted items that she can breathe new life into. With three hidden gems gathered, Sarah turns to bag buff Neil Wragg and top-class carpenter Norman Wilkinson to help make them shine again. An old aluminium trough gives Sarah an exciting new challenge, but will the transformations produce a profit to return to their unsuspecting owners?
Reclamation master Jay Blades is at Altrincham Recycling Centre in search of three pieces of tip-bound trash that he can rework and repurpose. Jay enlists two magnificent makers in his quest to spruce up his salvage. Blacksmith Bex Simon is on hand to reinvent an old swing while all-round upcycler Sarah Peterson has the tall order of transforming wooden joists into lighting. Jay takes on the task of revamping a tallboy cabinet, but will all three makeovers be a success?
Junk rejuvenator Sarah Moore rummages through the rubbish at Dunbar Recycling Centre in Scotland, where she is on the lookout for three unwanted items that she can save from the skip. Sarah calls on carpenter Bruce Faulseit to add a modern twist to a collection of bathroom bits, while blacksmith Kev Paxton tries to find a creative new use for a galvanised metal sheet. For Sarah's own project, she has three dining chairs to update, but will she succeed in finding new homes for her revamped items?
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