The universal rod has many uses: to pick up objects (many of the user’s important objects have key rings attached), to reach and grasp objects that are in the back of a cabinet or on a table, to turn spareribs, to get magazines and paper, to wipe the floor with a towel or paper towel, to get something from the refrigerator, etc.; see also associated tips.
Sometimes when the user picks up a heavy object he first places it on a chair and then picks it up with his hand.
Uses it for many purposes, every day, such as picking things up from the floor, a newspaper, a piece of fruit from a fruit bowl, a paper or a DVD.
How to make
Made from a piece of a fly fishing rod; must be tested individually for the user to get it to work.
User’s home services staff
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This tip is from 2006