If Time magazine can publicise its 100 most influential people, Cleo its 50 eligible bachelors and Forbes its rich list, it's time for Repair Cafe Albury-Wodonga to publish its 10 "most popular".
On the eve of the cafe's fourth birthday, it's revealing everything from its most popular item and repairer to best cake.
Most popular item: Secateurs - sharpening of garden tools, particularly secateurs, is perennially popular.
Most popular repair station: Clothing/textiles - the cafe rosters three helpers to this station and is contemplating a fourth because it's so busy.
Most popular Facebook post: A post about the day's repairs on Saturday, March 2 reached a staggering 63,000 people after it was shared by beloved sustainability guru, Costa Georgiadis.
Most popular visitor postcode: 2640, closely followed by 3690.
Most popular demo: The cafe's creative stain removal demos attracted the highest number of attendees.
Most popular special feature: Costume jewellery is an enduring favourite, closely followed by leather and bra repairs.
Most popular cake: It's a tough one, but the Portuguese tarts with their delicious baked custard fillings, donated by Kooka Brotha's Patisserie, gets top ranking.
Highest visitor numbers: The cafe squeezed 82 visitors into the October 2018 session, when featuring sewing machine maintenance demonstrations.
Highest item numbers: A record-breaking total of 105 broken items were seen to at the August 2019 session - and the cafe fixed 80 per cent of them.
Most popular repairer: No such thing - the cafe gets lovely comments about all of its friendly and talented volunteers.
If you follow the cafe's Facebook page, you'll see it's always innovating and dreaming up new ideas.
A lawnmower session on Saturday, November 2 will be no exception.
It begins at 10.15am with a half-hour lawnmower maintenance demo, showing how to clean air filters, check spark plugs and broken leads, then from 10.45am Wolfgang and Bill will service mower blades.
Please remove and clean blades before arrival, noting blades don't usually require sharpening but might need nicks removed, straightening and balancing.
On November 2, the cafe will also featuring our device help desk to troubleshoot problems with mobile phones, tablets and laptops.
The Repair Cafe is a community-run initiative open the first Saturday of every month (except January) and proudly supported by Halve Waste.