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What do you do with your empty cardboard vinyl rolls?
Posted by: signtist2004 (63.247.195.---)
Date: September 08, 2009 06:25PM

Hi everyone, I was wondering if anybody had any crative ideas on what they do with their empty cardboard rolls after all of the vinyl is gone? I have tons of them. I have seen them used to put vinyl in for the production end of sign making, so other than using them to hold vinyl what other creative ideas doed anyone have? Thanks- Lorin

Re: What do you do with your empty cardboard vinyl rolls?
Posted by: ital31 (---.sub-97-198-4.myvzw.com)
Date: October 11, 2009 03:06PM

I use them as shipping tubes, as I have an on line sign business.

Re: What do you do with your empty cardboard vinyl rolls?
Posted by: Anonymous User (---.lsanca54.covad.net)
Date: October 12, 2009 11:25AM

You can use them for shipping tubes IF the prints or the item being sent is heavy. If not, the tube is heavy itself and cost money. If you do it all the time, it makes a difference. If you send out stuff infrequently, it is not a big deal. Bundle them up, place them in a SQUARE box on the ground. Use them to store architectural blueprints in them.

Secondly. I use them to store printed banners or non-printed banners of any sort.



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