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Corrugated Cardboard Sheets

Corrugated cardboard sheets that are available in the market today are often composed of two outer flat sheets (often puncture resistant papers) and a corrugated short fiber paper as a central filling (or the fluting medium). The central filling resists crushing and serves as a cushion to protect the contents of the box. It can reduce stress that can significantly damage the contents of the box particularly fruits and other products.

The outer liners and central filling made of corrugated medium and are bonded together, often with adhesives made of starch. Corn, wheat and potato are the primary ingredients used to glue the liners and corrugated medium together. Based on these facts, the corrugated cardboards are made of natural and sustainable materials that does not harm Earth. Corrugated board sheets are fully recyclable down to the pulp and they can be reused to produce more paper or board once it has been processed. If you are environmentally concious we have good news for you: you will do your job in protecting Earth if you are using corrugated sheets.

These sheets are used in a variety of applications particularly in shipping and packing. Corrugated cardboard sheets are considered to be more flexible than regular cardboard sheets especially if you are packing bulky and irregularly shaped items for either shipping or storage. You can roll corrugated cardboard sheets around items that have round or circular shapes like glassware especially if you plan on moving.

Corrugated cases were initially produced to package glass and other fragile items because they can easily break while they are in transit. Corrugated cases also allowed fruits and other products to be transported from one place to another without being bruised. In return, the retailers were able to improve their sales and this eventually opened up new opportunities for local producers to export their goods including fruits, vegetables and other products that require proper handling and care before and during its transport.

You can easily purchase corrugated cardboard sheets in varied sizes to fit your requirements. If you plan to use  cardboard sheets to stack things inside a box, you need to measure the size of the box as well as the contents that you want to put inside so that you can order the correct size to fit the box. Rolls of corrugated cardboard sheets can be purchased from your local stationary store or packing and shipping stores which can be more convenient because you can easily cut it to the size that fits your needs.

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Do Your Home Improvement Projects at the Same Time

It can be very disappointing to a homeowner when their hardwood floor has been ruined. Sometimes a floor can be completely ruined because of an accident that has happened, termites, flood damage or something else like this. If the floor is completely beyond repair the homeowner has to consider what their options are. It is obvious that the old wood floor has to be torn up. When a person begins to look at materials to replace the old flooring they may very seriously consider karndean flooring. They will find that this type of flooring can sometimes be almost indistinguishable from some natural hardwood flooring. Read the rest of this entry »

Married and Using Bunk Beds?

I never let many people see the master bedroom in my home. That is because it has bunk beds in it. The first time my mother visited, she saw bunk beds and thought it was the room for my son’s. Since she thought one of their room’s was then mine, she chided me on having dirty laundry all over the place.

It is strange I guess that my husband and I use bunk beds, but it works for us. Two central points of our relationship have always been being able to be kids around each other, as well as having some physical space between us. He tosses and turns a lot and when we use to share a bed, I got elbowed in the face so much that my coworkers started worrying he beat me up. He even sleeps on the sofa in hotel rooms when we travel.

Me? I for some reason sleep better when I am up high. On a floor level bed, there is always the possibility of having to get up and go get or do something. Up on a bunk, I am in my own space and do not have to be wife or mommy to anyone. If the boys need something during the night, my husband takes care of it. They get me all day, but not when I am sleeping. It is a pretty good arrangement.

It is also just practical. The master bedroom in our house is really small. Every house we could afford to move to right now only has two bedrooms, so the boys would have to share a room. Given their age differences, that is just not practical for us right now. Maybe after one goes off to college, but not right now. We make the best with what we have.