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Re: Dymo labels


At 09:41 PM 6/28/98 -0500, you wrote:
 >> 
>> 
>Dymo 1000 works well  --  I'm in my second year of using it  --  almost
>all labels are holding up well, stuck to brushed aluminum labels (about
>$30 per 100)  --  some didn't work because apparently I didn't stick
>them to the aluminum firmly  --  ask me again in five more years!		Irwin
>Johnson
 

Irwin,
Could you give us a source for the brushed aluminum labels? I have several
that I received with a daylily order, and I just love them, but haven't
been able to find more. I, too, use the Dymo method and it appears to work
very well..

Gerry>

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