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    Hey, i'm wondering if anyone could advise on what u's use for packaging bathbombs?? I sent my first products last week, and customer emailed to say that is had arrived broken I used a jiffy bag (one of those enveloped lined in bubble wrap)



    Any help would be grand,

    Lxx
    Lindsay Duffy
    www.lynsirue.co.uk

  • #2
    Hi I have been trying to solve same problem, was going to try putting bath bomb into clear bag and then packing into a box with shredded paper, will send one to myself to see if it works.
    www.GroovyCart.co.uk/splash

    http://splash.misi.co.uk
    www.splash.folksy.com

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    • #3
      Will taht not workout really expensive though? My packaging is lovely bags tied withn ribbon.....

      Lxxx
      Lindsay Duffy
      www.lynsirue.co.uk

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      • #4
        Don't think it would be too expensive and mine are packaged with ribbon on as well, check out the post office website for postage costs, think two of my bombs I weighed in box were about 400 grams and it was only just over £2 postage.
        www.GroovyCart.co.uk/splash

        http://splash.misi.co.uk
        www.splash.folksy.com

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        • #5
          If I am sending just 1 bathbomb on its own I will either wrap it all around in bubble wrap a few times then pop it into a jiffy bag, or bubble wrap it and pop it into a box, depends what I have to hand really..

          The weight of both ways is the same so the postage cost is the same, there is no difference in posting costs between a box and a jiffy bag

          so far I have been luck and thay ave all arrived in 1 piece

          jan x
          www.simplyisis.co.uk

          www.purplesnailevents.co.uk

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          • #6
            sorry.... i meant the boes, are they not too expensive to buy??

            Lxxx
            Lindsay Duffy
            www.lynsirue.co.uk

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            • #7
              Search on ebay, you can get some good deals and most I have seen are free postage and packing
              http://www.facebook.com/pages/Soaps-...0932395?ref=ts

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              • #8
                In all honesty some boxes can work out only a touch pricier than the correct sized jiffy bags. There are lots of places to get them from for really reasonable prices

                http://www.bagnboxman.co.uk/catalogu...rown-boxes.php

                or tubes can be good if you are sending a few bath bombs (you have to make certain sure the tube is wider than your bomb though (I learnt that the hard way hee hee)

                http://www.bagnboxman.co.uk/cardboard-tubes.php

                Better to pay a little extra for the box (which you could always add onto your p&p charge if you wanted) than have to keep replacing broken items

                jan x
                www.simplyisis.co.uk

                www.purplesnailevents.co.uk

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                • #9
                  Try postal tubes cut down to size. this was advised to me by a packaging company. it does cost a bit. i found my local 'Mailbox etc' very helpful.
                  Jane

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