Topics Covered In This Video:
- Does the handle on your polymer clay pasta machine, constantly fall out and onto the floor? Oddly, it is a common problem with inexpensive pasta machines commonly sold in the marketplace.
- Wrap a small piece of rubber glove around the end of the handle that slips into the crank hole on your pasta machine, and then re-insert the handle into the hole. It may take a few whacks with a nylon hammer to get it in. ;)
- Now your pasta machine handle won’t keeping falling onto your toe or your cat or you dog. Your sanity will be saved!
Question of the Day:
Does your pasta machine handle fall out all the time? Do you think you will you use this simple tip to fix it?
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