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Carol Phillips

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I too carry a little 'tool kit'. which I use at least once on every trip, McGyver. While my colleagues are probably right about a magnet glomming on to other metal elevator parts, I'm going to add one to my tool kit - I can see that it may be really useful in many ways. Thanks for posting this.

And bring a magnet or two on your next cruise. Most cabin walls are metal, and you can post papers up there easily :)
 
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jsn55

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And bring a magnet or two on your next cruise. Most cabin walls are metal, and you can post papers up there easily :)
Dan is still teasing me about buying four cute little magnet hooks before our last cruise ... but the walls of our cabin were not metal! I have the last laugh, tho, I got 'em at the Dollar Store.
 
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