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Re: Dymo labels

At 03:04 PM 6/27/98 +0200, you wrote:
>    Dear friends,   Has any of you got any experience using DYMO 
>electronic labelling machines for garden use?. 

Hi; I have used those, stuck to wooden stakes, metal plates, and plastic.
The wood (of course) deteriorated quickly, by metal and plastic do fine.
The black tape is the easiest to read (for me, anyway).  The labels don't
seem to be bothered by the effects of weather for several years, as long as
they are stuck tightly to a clean surface to begin with.

Sheila Smith
Niles, MI  USA, Z 5/6

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