Bubble wrap made from polythene plastic may be recycled only if it is accepted by local recycling facilities. Since some of these facilities do not have the equipment necessary to recycle polythene, it is best to contact facilities before discarding bubble wrap into a recycling bin.
Bubble wrap can be reused for shipping or moving delicate items or for storage purposes when recycling is not possible. Bubble wrap may also be used to line planters or small gardens to provide additional insulation during the winter. If the bubble wrap is in good condition, donate it to local businesses that accept used materials for shipping or storage.Learn More
Paper measuring 11 inches wide and 17 inches long is called either tabloid or U.S. B, ANSI B or short grain. Paper that measures 17 inches wide and 11 inches long is referred to as ledger or long grain but is still considered U.S. B and ANSI B.Full Answer >
The purpose of posting "no loitering" signs is to distract or deter antisocial gatherings and behaviors. The signs are normally placed in areas where traffic is heavy and highly populated. These areas include community properties and private properties.Full Answer >
Booklet staplers are staplers with a long reach that allows the placing of staples in the spine of a booklet. Some booklet staplers rotate 90 degrees to allow for both horizontal and vertical stapling.Full Answer >
Removing any kind of adhesive is a challenge. Double-sided tape can be particularly difficult, since the stickiness on the "outside" makes it harder to work with.Full Answer >