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Use Flat Boxes for Puzzles and Posters

During my hiatus from having my own place, I had to store my puzzles that were put together. I didn't want them drawing moisture, so I stored them under a friend's guest bed.

Certain boxes are perfect for just going flat, each having equal sizes on all four sides. I simply undid the flaps, flattened it, and put the puzzles and posters inside, sealing well with tape. Being protected, they are easy to carry and store.

Keep this in mind when you need to ship something flat, as some shipping boxes are too expensive, and if you already have them, you can trim off any excess.

I hope this helps someone moving or shipping flat things.

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By Sandi from Salem, OR

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May 27, 20110 found this helpful

Great idea, thanks for sharing it!

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March 18, 20130 found this helpful

Pizza boxes are good for certain things. I have some games stored in one. Easy to find when my Grandkids come to visit.

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