Organize Dubbing Packets with Split Rings

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Organize Dubbing Packets with Split Rings

Postby letumgo » Sun May 13, 2018 7:02 pm

I recently bought a bunch of dubbing packs and wanted a way to keep them organized by type and arranged by color (instead of pawing my way thru umteen packets hoping to find the one I want). The answer was split metal rings, which I picked up from the office supply section of Walmart.

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I organized the packets by color, then poked the point of the metal ring thru the bottom corner of the bag. This keeps all the dubbing packs organized and easy to use. The top of the bag can still be opened to grab the amount of dubbing you need, then press and resealed as needed.
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Re: Organize Dubbing Packets with Split Rings

Postby hankaye » Sun May 13, 2018 9:58 pm

Ray, Howdy;

Even if pix #1 & 3 are a dash in-a circle, #2 did it's job :D !

Ya might want to think about using some of these
https://www.google.com/search?q=hole+re ... 17&bih=718
They'll help the ring from pulling through the plastic and allowing your
hard fought for dubbing to escape.
We used to call them paper A--holes in the Navy :lol: , :oops: .

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Re: Organize Dubbing Packets with Split Rings

Postby DOUGSDEN » Sat May 19, 2018 4:58 am

Excellent idea Ray! There are always good things coming from your mind and your den! I love seeing this kind of stuff!
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