The Importance of Using Bin Liners

When packing and shipping items, is it enough to just put the goods in a box and send them on their way? Sometimes. Sometimes, however, you will need additional items to add protection to those goods.
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ST. ANTHONY, N.D. - Sept. 18, 2015 - PRLog -- When packing and shipping items, is it enough to just put the goods in a box and send them on their way?  Sometimes.  Sometimes, however, you will need additional items to add protection to those goods.  Using protection is almost always a wise choice.  Am I right or am I right?  (I am talking about when mailing items, you dirty dog you.)  Sometimes the protection comes in the form of bubble wrap, sometimes packing peanuts, sometimes packing paper, and sometimes even bin liners.

Bin liners are thick plastic bags designed to fit perfectly inside of cardboard boxes.  You put the bag in first, followed by the goods you are mailing.  You probably figured out the order on your own, but I just wanted to make sure we were all on the same page here.  If you are anything like me, your brain does not function at full capacity without a minimum of 2 cups of coffee.  Back to the point.  Bin liners are an excellent way to protect the items being shopped from things like vermin.  I personally hate the word vermin.  It sounds so gross.  But we all know what it means; small animals (i.e. mice, squirrels, moles), birds, and insects.  Although the likelihood of a bird flying into your closed box is slim to none, there is a better chance of a mouse or cockroach finding his way into the box full of goods.  Especially if the goods are tasty treats.  Bin liners also protect against the gift that keeps on giving: dust.  Lastly they protect against moisture.  This is wonderful especially if you are shipping items such as beverages, or if the boxes are exposed to rain on their long journey.

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In order to purchase bin liners, you can visit a site called PackagingSupplies.com.  In addition to over 75 different sizes of bin liners, they also carry all of the other forms of protection used when mailing goods; such as: bubble wrap, packing peanuts, packing paper, etc.  They have over 5,000 unique and hard to find packing and shipping supplies, so the odds are in your favor if you have other items on your list.  They keep 98% of their items in stock and ready to ship, so place your order before 1PM EST to have them shipped out the same day.  Do not make a rookie mistake when mailing goods that need extra protection, and consider the use of bin liners (http://www.packagingsupplies.com/bin_liners.html) to keep your boxes dry, dust free, and vermin free.

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