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When I receive catalogs in the post, I save all the envelopes. The ones I can't recycle (if they have advertisements, etc. on them) I lay aside in my "guarantee folder".
Then, when I purchase an item that is guaranteed, I place the receipt in the envelope and, on the front, I jot down the name of the item. date of purchase and length of guarantee.
No hunting around when something breaks down. ;-)
Source: Something I've done for many years.
By marion davidson from Scotland
Take your product warranty, directions and store receipt and slide them into a clear sleeve. Place in a three ring binder. Put a label on the outside of the binder; Kitchen appliance, electronics, Lawn care, computer, etc. You can place these binders in the room that goes with the label or in a book case. Now you can easily find the paper work you may need for repairs and so on.