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Packaging Your Blades For Shipment
One of the questions we're most frequently asked is, "How do I ship my blades?"
Blades need enough packaging to ensure safe intact delivery. Packaging does not need to increase the cost for shipping. Here is what we've found to be the best packaging practices.
Frank Rowe and Son Inc. Presents:
Proper Packaging To Ship Blades
Wrap each blade/shear individually. We've found wrapping them in newspaper, paper towels or plastic shopping bags is a sturdy and light weight alternative to purchasing bubble wrap. Also, if there is empty space in the box, stuff it with paper, plastic shopping bags, etc.
Pick up a FREE mailing box at your Post Office!
Bubble-mailers are another great shipper. Be sure to seal off the weak spots with tape!
Add postage (and insurance if desired).
Complete Customer Shipping Form. (Click here to view the printable PDF)
*Printer not working so well? Include a document with following information:
- Name (Contact name and company name)
- Phone Number
- Billing and Shipping Address
- Payment Info (if using credit card, include number, expiration date and 3 digit security code)
- List what you're sending us; include make and model of your items
- Tell us what you'd like done and if there are any particular issues with your equipment.
Example: Andis # 7 blade is dragging and AGC Super 2 Speed is running hot!
1. Request an estimate of repair work before we proceed with repair.
Without a call request, we will simply complete your repair, as long as it is reasonable. Any repair that is not cost effective will be called before repair is performed.
2. Request insurance on your return package if desired. Please state the amount of insurance desired.
NOTE: USPS, Fed Ex, and UPS replace missing items only if they are insured.