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Lovin’ Lodi

Mel and I visited Lodi last weekend and found some cool antique shops. We were finding a lot of little things but all of a sudden we came across this…

We already have a barber chair so it just seemed natural to get a 1950’s salon hairdryer. This one was way too cool to pass up. It is in great shape and just needed some cleaning.

The chair is in great shape. The only issue was a small cigarette burn near the ashtray.

The drying unit was made by Bonat

Here is an Ad on the drying unit. It turns on by flipping the visor down and shuts off by flipping it up.

The crazy thing is we purchased this not knowing if it worked or not. After I cleaned it up Mel and I plugged it in and it fired right up.

We love the colors. It is black, grey and pink.

This will be a great place to chill and listen to some tunes or read a book. I love that it even has pointy legs!

The best part about getting this was that all it needed was cleaning, so I didn’t really have to do anything.

8 responses »

  1. Hey Shane,

    I am starting to think that perhaps we were seperated at birth. Which, by coincidence, would be very good for me since your step-father is a great woodworker! Anyway, I just picked up a dryer chair at a garage sale this weekend! Though I like the color on yours better, mine was such a good deal and a nice size that I couldn’t pass it up.

    Cue Twilight Zone music…



    • Hepcat Restorations

      You never know….LOL!I know, ours was really cheap and I knew I didn’t NEED it but we couldn’t help ourselves. Thanks Jess!


  2. That is awesome- love the colors!


  3. Very nice! I’m thinking the adorable Mz. Kitty needs a bag of sponge curlers now ;- )



  4. That’s so funny! I just bought mine and the hood is totally chrome- I didn’t think it worked until I read your ad and put the shield down and it works great!! I paid $29.99 for mine! It has root tbeer (dark orange) naugahyde with sparkle fabric!! Sweet



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