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Post by TOM AND BARB » Thu 23 Oct 2008 12:35

Hello,

Does anyone have a work e-mail address for Tracey Biggins at Leroy Marlin.

I have lost her phone number but would prefer to use e-mail anyway if possible.

Last time I spoke to Tracey she told me that LM were in the process of setting up an e-mail address for at the store.

I find Tracey really helpful, particularly when needing to order non stock items.

Thanks

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Post by joffan » Thu 23 Oct 2008 12:56

I have one of Tracey's business cards - it is over 12 months old though. The email address is tfabregas@leroymerlin.fr

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Post by Kate » Thu 23 Oct 2008 13:14

You can reach Tracey on 04 68 85 77 13 Thursday is her day off though!

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Post by Steve&Julie » Sun 15 Feb 2009 00:16

I agree that Tracey is brilliant, she helped us buy our foyer, would have been lost without her, nothing was too much trouble.

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Post by joffan » Sun 15 Feb 2009 10:42

I was at Leroy Merlin yesterday, I had bought a tin of paint (Dulux super monocouche) when I opened it it was like water, the lid had obviously been taken off by someone else, paint used and replaced by water! I was furious and although I can speak good French I am not very good at being angry (must learn some new words). I asked for Tracey - she was brilliant and got the paint changed for me.

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Post by polremy » Sun 15 Feb 2009 14:19

what will they think of next.
i know paint is cher in france but that is pushing things a bit far - using it, filling it with water and taking it back for a refund!!
i could never do that - i make too much mess all over the tin.

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Post by Nigel and Karen » Sun 15 Feb 2009 15:10

I bought a tin at Weldom in St Cyp village and when i went to use it it was a compleatly different colour (even though the colours name was the same) to the last tin (a different brand but the same name of colour) I took it back and they changed it with no problems.

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Post by edann42 » Sun 15 Feb 2009 18:03

Try buying the colour Basque Rouge!! There are four different shades I've come across already! Ridiculous!!

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Post by blackduff » Sun 15 Feb 2009 18:20

Laser colouring is the same. You have to buy the same brand with your paint colour.

Same for the paint in the photo. One is Delux and the other paint cannot determine from the photo.

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Post by PaddyFrog » Sun 15 Feb 2009 18:41

Mr Bricolage on the left:
Brun Normand 5450 Special Bois


on the right
3V3
Peinture Bois
Aqa - Stop
Satin

Brun Normand 960


:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

I magnified the pic
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Post by blackduff » Sun 15 Feb 2009 18:54

PF
You're cheating. I tried to figure out how to bring up the photos but they seem to have me sign up something.

I thought the can on the right was a Delux logo with the panther. I'm going to get a magnifier soon~maybe for my 70th birthday.

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Post by Nigel and Karen » Sun 15 Feb 2009 20:21

Photo is in Imageshack, if you click on it it loads a larger one up, but with an advert or two, but quite safe to use.

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Post by blackduff » Mon 16 Feb 2009 00:09

Nigel
I was still unable to get the photo while in the Imageshack. When I click the photo, I arrive in Photoshack and there's a box with some various URL numbers, etc.. There's several tabs but non of them gave me a larger size. It does tell me how to join up with Imageshack.

I tried and tried but it didn't work for me. It might work differently, since you must be a member.

Oh well, I'm going to borrow the magnifier from the Frog.

More specific about the variations of the colour, visit the Laser department at Leroy and they have a large selection of the tints. Depending on which brand, the colour changes~of course the type of wood changes too. Now I have a large selection of tints of lasures.

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Post by Nigel and Karen » Mon 16 Feb 2009 02:38

Thanks for the feed back.

I was told that this would work??

more work needed?

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