Shelving. Thursday , October 19th , 2017 - 09:07:05 AM
"Closed" or coded dates are packing numbers or dates, so that manufactures know when and where the product was produced. This is helpful in the event of a recall. The product may be stamped with a date preceded by the letters "MFG." This tells you the date it was packed. You may have bought the product a month ago, but this date could tell you that it has been sitting in a warehouse or on a store shelf for several months.
When looking for a shelf bra or any other lingerie for that matter it is always wise to compare like for like on both price and availability too. It's all very well finding your perfect bra or silky lingerie gift only to find that delivery could take weeks or the supplier is out of stock so be sure to check before you buy. Remember too that most reputable online bra and lingerie suppliers will offer an excellent returns service to their online customers. This is great news for lingerie buyers who wish to "try before they buy" and most retailers will be happy to make exchanges or refunds if the goods are returned in perfect condition.
All you need for this project is wood, a tape measure, sandpaper, a leveler, a jig saw, L brackets, varnish, and wood stain or paint and paint brushes. When you are ready to go, simply follow these instructions:
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