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Tips for addressing letters and parcels

When you are mailing packages, you often wonder if your package will make it to where it is going. It is often a worry that your package may become wet and the ink on the address may run, making it unreadable. To prevent your ink from running on the address that you write, rub paraffin wax over the address to seal the wax so water, rain, or snow can't prevent it from being unreadable!

Another tip you can use to seal up your ink on addresses it to put a large piece of clear tape across the address area. This keep anything from preventing your address from being read and your package will get delivered!

If you make an error when writing or addressing envelopes, erase the error by rubbing it gently with a cotton swab dipped into a small amount of liquid bleach.

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