Monday, January 14, 2013

Did I say Popcorn?

No love for the "dreaded Styrofoam" when opening or trying to repack art work, try loose bubble wrap. However, I don't recommend going green as indicated below from the website "ehow".  

Don't get me wrong, I love popcorn! But, fresh, buttered and a light sprinkling of fresh grated parmi. Please don't use it for packing art!

How to Use Popcorn As Packing Material

The world is going green, and environmentally-conscious consumers have discovered a way to ship products without using the dreaded Styrofoam packing peanuts: popcorn! While it isn't a perfect solution--natural oils can damage or discolor paper products, and it's heavier than Styrofoam--popcorn is cheap, easy to use, and won't clutter up landfills like some other materials will. Perhaps the biggest benefit is that after you've finally put that package in the mail, you can reward yourself with a movie and your leftover packing materials.

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