Need Help on Cookie Jar Lid

Allen, Helen M helen.m.allen@lmco.com
Fri, 19 May 2000 07:02:20 -0500


yep......lots of large bubble wrap and double box it !

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	From: 	revaughn@webtv.net[SMTP:revaughn@webtv.net]
	Reply To: 	McCoyPottery Online Talk
	Sent: 	Friday, May 19, 2000 6:52 AM
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	Subject: 	Re: Need Help on Cookie Jar Lid

	Jeanette,
	That is truly a shame.  I bought a piece of RRP for my husband and
	didn't even open the priority mail box.  It rattled so I knew it was
	broken.  The woman offered at once to refund the money when I told
her I
	was returning it.  If she does send the money, I plan to leave her
	positive feedback for doing so.
	We have mailed one piece that got broken, refunded the money, filed
for
	the insurance, and were reimbursed by the post office.  In this case
our
	packing was good, but the box wasn't strong enough.
	Pottery should have lots of bubble wrap.  I usually also wrap in
	newspaper and use lots of the packing peanuts.  A heavy box is best
and
	the priority mail boxes from the post office are free in the U.S.
Many
	suggest double-boxing, which I have done for something extremely
	fragile.
	Elizabeth


	
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