Posted by Frankye | Posted in School Supplies | Posted on 25-07-2014-05-2008
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1/5 cut tabs are great for deep, extensive indexing systems. But finding labels to fit the tabs can be a pain. Major filing product manufacturers such as Smead, Pendaflex and Avery don’t even make 1/5 cut labels. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by Frankye | Posted in Giveaways | Posted on 09-07-2014-05-2008
The OnTimeSupplies.com Back to School Giveaway is back! This year, we’re giving away our biggest prize ever: $1,000 in FREE school supplies! This amazing prize package includes all the supplies you need to have a great school year!
Posted by Frankye | Posted in Helpful Hints | Posted on 16-06-2014-05-2008
A dirty golf club grip is more than just a gross sponge of dirt and sweat. It can also be an impediment to your swing. The trick to cleaning all the gunk from your golf club grips? A Mr. Clean Magic Eraser, says Stephen Boccieri, president of Boccieri Golf
Boccieri says a Magic Eraser and a little water does more than clean your grips, it rejuvenates them so they feel like they did when you bought them. Magic Erasers look like sponges, but they are actually super-fine scrubbers. The mild abrasion loosens and cleans dirt to restore the finish of your grips.
I’ve seen cleaning tutorials recommending everything from sandpaper and rubbing alcohol to buying a new grips. Boccieri’s Magic Eraser tip seems way easier and cheaper.
It was a great week here at the Office Ink Blog. We announced the winner of our HUGE Bigelow Tea Giveaway. Congratulations again, Wendi! Plus we shared Bigelow’s tips for making great iced tea, which was great because now I know why my iced tea never tasted right. Too much water.
Here’s a look at some of the other interesting articles we read this week:
The key to making great iced tea is to steep the tea bags in less water, and for a longer length of time than hot tea. That’s because the ice in iced tea melts and dilutes the brew. This video for Bigelow Tea shows you how to make great iced tea. Read the rest of this entry »