This article originally appeared on Football Italian and is republished here with permission.
The last of the plastic barrels that held the cup from the cupboard, the wooden one is a relic of a long forgotten era.
The wooden one, which dates back to 1876, had a hinge and it can still be used to open a cupboard or other open space, but it has lost a lot of its power.
In order to keep the hinge intact, plastic barrels were fitted with steel plates.
The plates are secured to the barrel with screws, which are then removed and replaced with brass ones.
The metal plates are then welded back together, leaving the hinge exposed.
The hinges are attached to the bottom of the barrel using the metal plates, and they need to be replaced once a month.
That’s why the hinge can’t be used for a long time.
A new hinge can be fitted without taking away the functionality of the original hinge.
The Italian cupboard repair company Plastic Barrels have been working on a solution for the metal barrel.
The company has started a campaign on Change.org to raise funds for the production of the hinges, which they hope to sell on the market.
The hinges will replace the metal plate on the hinge that is worn out and will cost about €30,000, according to the campaign page.
The campaign has already received more than €30 000, which will be used in the production and marketing of the new hinges.
The price of the metal hinges is estimated at €40,000.