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    i have to package package a smoke alarm, smoke detector and a plasctic torch in a box and it will be mailed to different people arounds the U.K. I cant decide what to mek the box out of (durability + mass production) and how to seal it (locking mechanisms). cna anyone help come to a dicision.???????please
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    from my emense knowlegde of packaging for mass production purposes i'd say use something that can be recycled like cardboard and seal it with glue!
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    (Original post by VoodooDoll)
    from my emense knowlegde of packaging for mass production purposes i'd say use something that can be recycled like cardboard and seal it with glue!
    thnx. i cant think of what net to use either, i am looking on the net but i am clueless at the moment. and what would i seal it with??/ considering that its going to be posted
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    Package: Brown box-see all the postal boxes. Seal with glue/tape. And bubble wrap inside.

    These are the most common and CHEAPEST things. Anf bang on a registered post on it.
 
 
 
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