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Proper Storage

Following the suggestions below will reduce potential problems when using your single sheet products:

  • Do not store single sheet products in humid conditions.
  • Single sheet products should be plastic wrapped for protection when:
    - humidity is a problem.
    - sheets are stored on a shelf out of the carton.
  • Allow the products to adjust to room temperature before using them.
  • Do not stack cartons more than four high. Stacking less than four high will prevent the cartons from being crushed and causing damage to the product.

 
Supplier Warehousing

Some vendors offer the option to store single sheet products in their warehouse if requested. Some vendors will store and release products at no additional expense. Other suppliers charge a storage fee and some may also charge a release fee each time the stored items are pulled from the warehouse and shipped.

 


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