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sign shipping #710722
Sat Jun 02 2018 04:19 PM
Sat Jun 02 2018 04:19 PM
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Hi, what is the best way to ship a 15" sign, the packing is what I'm asking about, just a box a little bigger that the sign filled with peanuts?

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Re: sign shipping [Re: Toccopola] #710723
Sat Jun 02 2018 04:28 PM
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Depends on how fragile the sign is. More fragile signs (tin) I sandwich in the starboard foam.

Re: sign shipping [Re: Toccopola] #710797
Mon Jun 04 2018 05:03 AM
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Originally Posted by Toccopola
Hi, what is the best way to ship a 15" sign, the packing is what I'm asking about, just a box a little bigger that the sign filled with peanuts?

NO peanuts, they are useless for protection, either foam board or I prefer multiple wraps with thick cardboard, sometimes boxed if needed.


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