Welcome to the New Year.


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Welcome to the New Year we hope that our customers are well and rested looking forward to what 2017 has to offer. As we look back at 2016 – it was busy for us but not in way we had expected.

On a few occasions we failed to keep up with the demand and thank those that were caught up in it for their patience. For the first time we had to close the workshop to all work, due to the unprecedented heat during the summer. Not that many of us remember it now with all the grey, rain and cold.

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We have noticed that we are seeing more older bike plastic for repair. These have proved to be more challenging to repair technically speaking because of their age. Brought back some fond memories though!. One of the jobs in particular comes to mind which, came in the form of a rare battery cover from a classic Suzuki. As always we work with our customers to get the best possible out come.

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We are happy to talk to anybody that has a problem with broken plastic. It is part of our service to inform not just sell our ability to repair. It is our way of giving something back. Maybe you will remember us in the future when it comes to that job that does need our expertise.

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We have published a guide on how to repair plastic properly using plastic welding which is available from blurb and from time to time we run plastic welding courses. (At the time of writing we have no planed dates for these courses.)

With the festive period over it is back to work as usual. I should say it is good to be back, but to be honest we have not stopped, as there is now a new web site and a twitter feed for Plasweld.

Best wishes for the New year.

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First post of the new year.


 Welcome to 2016! Did you have a good time over the holiday period? All rested anchopperd ready to go!? I’m not really ready having trouble getting into the swing of things. I don’t think the constant rain and grey skies are helping.

Anyway! we have reset our opening times back to normal, moving back to our half day Saturday. We have also made some changes to the blog as you can see. Giving it a bit of a spruce up for the new year and changing the header to a drawing of the newer looking GSXR. I have also littered this post with a number of other sketches of bikes.

I did promise to post more often last year but did not keepharleyd it up. I’m not doing that again this time. The real world tends, in our case, to push our digital presence into the background. It is possible this would be different if our business was more digitally based. A lot of what we do does not require a computer.

That just leaves me to say that we wish you all the best for the coming year.

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Broken plastic get a discount.


Three wheeled special

Three wheeled special

Get the year off to a good start by getting yourself a discount on those repairs that you put off last year. At the same time Check out the new web site and see what is new for this year.

10% All repairs until the end of February 28/2/14

To receive this offer just use the contact form put discount in the comment section and we will send you a special code that can be redeemed against any repair this includes the VFR seat lug service before the end of February 2014.

All work needs to be completed by the 28/2/14

Merry Christmas


Wow! the year is nearly over. I can not believe how quickly it has disappeared. We have a long list of things that we did not get to, which is a shame but then life has a habit of throwing a curved ball. One of the things neglected is this blog but I think this may always be the case. I would like to say thank you to all those who followed and comment on the blog and apologise for not supporting you fully in return.

This is a picture of the big tree at St Pauls cathedral in London

This is a picture of the big tree at St Pauls cathedral in London

So to all of you

I would like to wish

The very best the season can bring

and a New Year that proves better than the last.

Happy New Year.

Oh watch this space I hope to have some more tales to tell.