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Storage for sale brochures, manuals, ads, literature, magazi

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Ryan Nagele

09-14-2009 11:49:13

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Just asking for some tips on sale brochures, manuals, ads, literature, magazines, and books. Now my collection is in boxes. I was wondering how people store this kind of stuff. I was thinking of putting it in binders, but nothing is the same size or thickness. I would like to have it so I can browse through my collection without having to dig. Any Ideas?

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11-18-2009 11:18:07

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 Re: Storage for sale brochures, manuals, ads, literature,... in reply to Ryan Nagele, 09-14-2009 11:49:13  
My wife got me holders made specifically for the purpose. they are black plastic about 4-5 inches wide. they hold 'em up and you can put as many as your shelf will hold.

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11-15-2009 13:00:59

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 Re: Storage for sale brochures, manuals, ads, literature,... in reply to Ryan Nagele, 09-14-2009 11:49:13  
not a good idea to store paper in a card board box. bugs love to get in there and eat the paper. i too have the same problem. while i was reading your post i got to wondering if those file folders that fold ujp like an accorening would work. probably hold a years supply of magazines like green magazine or two cylinder. be ease to label and handle. i need to go to trown and i think i'll get one and see how it works tomorrow.

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09-14-2009 15:19:05

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 Re: Storage for sale brochures, manuals, ads, literature,... in reply to Ryan Nagele, 09-14-2009 11:49:13  
Ryan, If you have thrift stores close to you,they
usually have 12 X 15 or various size albums with
the full pg (self stick cellophane)can't think of
the correct name. Seems no one ended up keeping
them for photos but they work good for what you
are referring to. And they are cheap. Chuck

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