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Wear and tear is damage that naturally and inevitably occurs as a result of normal wear or aging. It is used in a legal context for such areas as warranty contracts from manufacturers, which usually stipulate that damage from wear and tear will not be covered.
Wear and tear is a form of depreciation which is assumed to occur even when an item is used competently and with care and proper maintenance. For example, repeated impacts may cause stress to a hammer’s head. This stress is impossible to prevent in the normal use of the tool for its designed task, and any attempt to avert it impedes its functionality. At the same time, it is expected that the normal use of a hammer will not break it beyond repair during a reasonable life cycle.
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The Glass Globe Of This Light Focused The Sunlight Enough To Burn The Suns Path In The Grass
The phenomenon of wear and tear reflects the second law of thermodynamics, in which objects stray from their original form and function over time unless energy from an external force is used to maintain them. If restoration is impossible an object is regarded as consumable. Parts that are designed to wear inside a machine, like bearings and O-rings are intended to be replaced with new ones; consumables like paper, cardboard, fabrics, and product packaging are designed with a service life commensurate with their intended use. For example, grocery stores may issue customers a paper or plastic sack to carry out groceries, but it is intended that the sack will have a short lifespan before wear and tear would cause it to fail.
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Moving Around Dumbells With My Foot Wore My Shoes Into Showing My Foots Skeletal Pattern
Durable goods (e.g. automobiles, heavy machinery, mainframe computers, musical instruments, handguns, water heaters) are designed with wear parts that are maintained generally by replacement of parts. One way to determine if a good is durable or not is whether a service technician or repairman would typically attempt repairs on it. A specialist may need to be consulted, such as an auto mechanic, a computer technician, a luthier, a gunsmith, or a plumber. An automobile’s engine may be repairable with a simple adjustment or replacement of a single and inexpensive broken part. Similarly, an electric water heater element that fails from years of wear and tear may be replaced rather than the entire water heater.
Whereas an automobile needs consumable fuel and lubricants to operate, components such as tires, seats, and paint are subject to wear and tear and typically are not covered under any warranty when subjected to normal use.
The Cover Of George Orwell’s, “1984,” Becomes Less Censored With Wear
14 Years Of Scratches
The Way The Sun Has Weathered This Sign So It Looks Like Its Heavy Metal Style
The Flooring In The Waiting Area At This Pizzeria Is So Worn You Can See The Old Floor
Pigment Stripped From Leaf Because It Spent So Much Time In A Pool
My Girlfriend’s Cat Paces Using The Same Steps Each Day
Cobb’s Mat From Eager Tapping When He Hears The Car Pull Up
My Sheaffer Reminder Ballpoint Pen. This Has Been In My Pocket Every Weekday For The Last 15 Years. It Used To Belong To My Grand-Father. I Know He Used It Because The Brass Was Already Starting To Wear Through When I Got It. They Still Make The Refills For It
The Wire Has Worn Into This Rock After Years Of Hikers Walking Over It
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My Dad Has Had The Same Wallet For So Long His Driver’s License Photo Is Imprinted On The Plastic
Our Local Barber Has Been In Business For As Long As I Can Remember. The Metal Floor Is Worn Down Where He Walks Round The Only Chair Each Day
This Wall Broke Exposing Years Of Layers Of Paint
These Knives At My Work Have Been Used So Much They’re Almost Gone
All The Letters On My Gf’s Lotion Bottle Started Falling Off
My Mom Bought The Same Stuffed Animal For My Sister In Case She Lost It. After 16 Years, We Found All Four Of Them
My Grandma’s Carpet After Moving Her Bed For The First Time In 60 Years
I’ve Worn Each Hole In This Belt
Staples From Posters After Four Decades
Fake Door At IKEA
This Key After 10 Years Of Entering Orders At My Grandmothers Shop
The Wear Indicators On My Tires Show A Percentage Representative Of The Amount Of Tread Left.
Stairs Built In 1829 vs. 2005
Fax Machine/Scanner Used So Heavily, The Paper Has Cut The Plastic Over Time