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Two Reasons Why Your Small Business Needs Customized Bags

As a small business owner, you likely spend a great of time looking for ways to cut costs so that you can maximize profits.  While it is certainly advisable to take a minimalist approach until you can obtain business expansion, there's one area where you might not want to cut corners: customized bags.  When your customers purchase products from you, it may be more affordable to have generic bags that simply read, " Read More 

Are Your Products “Oddly Shaped Ducks”? Three Ways You Can Safely Ship Them

There are so many products on the market that have odd shapes. One wonders how things were ever packaged before plastic created the blister pack. If you also have to ship several odd-shaped items daily, you might be scrambling for packaging ideas. The following three ways to ship your oddly-shaped products should help you immensely. Blister Packs In order to make objects easier to ship in traditional shipping boxes, you may have to first package the items in blister packs. Read More 

Why All Pond Liners Aren’t Created Equally When It Comes To Raising Fish

Whether you love the elegance of Japanese koi or dream of raising edible tilapia in your own backyard, a simple lined pond lets you experiment with the world of aquaculture. However, using the wrong type of rubber sheeting for lining your pond could ruin your plans and cost you hundreds or even thousands of dollars in lost fish. Find out how to pick the perfect liner for your fish rearing pond and why liner composition matters to these delicate underwater creatures. Read More 

How To Get A Beet Stain Out Of Your Carpet

Beets are notorious for staining your hands red when you have to peel and cut them. Beet juice has been known to stain countertops as well as dishes. Luckily, beet juice is not as hard to remove from carpet as it is from other substances. Here is what you need to do if your carpet gets stained with beet juice or just a beet.   Blot The Stain The first thing you need to do is blot up the stain. Read More 

Tips For Keeping Upholstered Furniture Safe In A Storage Shed

If you recently rented a storage unit to use for storing some of your upholstered furniture, you may need to take a few steps before you place your things in the unit, especially if your unit is not temperature controlled. Taking the right steps will help protect your furniture while it is being stored in a self-storage unit. Clean The Items Thoroughly The first thing you will need to do is clean your furniture, and you must do this thoroughly. Read More