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October 9, 2004

How to use bubble wrap

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Nothing is too small to escape my notice.

FunFact: half of all people are misusing bubble wrap.

The correct way to use bubble wrap is to put the bubbles on the inside.

Otherwise, you're not gonna be happy with the 3-D puzzle you receive in lieu of your Marcel Wanders

Libp1970

Egg Vase.

If you feel the need to further explore the wonders of bubble wrap,

Sa_bubblewrap

by all means, go for it.

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Will verify this with the SECOND google result.

Just kidding. WOW :D

Thanks

Posted by: John | Feb 3, 2009 4:15:24 PM

It seems one can find the answer to anything (well, almost anything) on the internet. THANK YOU so much for posting this. I have used bubble wrap both ways, but found that it is much easier to tape with the bubbles on the inside. Go figure. :-)

Posted by: Cindy | Jun 6, 2008 4:38:17 PM

What and excellent find ..... i cannot believe i've been using bubble wrap incorrectly these past few years, i will no longer be an embarrasement to myself and my colleagues I shall spread the word .. 'Bubbles on the inside'

Posted by: Emma | Jan 16, 2008 8:52:00 AM

I don't know which is more amusing...the fact that this is actually here...meaning someone actually thought to pass on this most VALUABLE information on the internet...or the fact that I had to go look for it to make sure I'm using bubble wrap the correct way! Thanks for having the attitude that "Nothing is too small to escape my notice." and for the information!

Posted by: Henley | Nov 9, 2007 10:48:48 AM

Yeah, I love the internet - this was my burning question of the day!

Posted by: Sean | Aug 14, 2005 12:46:18 AM

Did you know the shape of those egg vases were created by stuffing a latex rubber condom with hard boiled eggs?

Posted by: Lisa | Nov 7, 2004 3:38:33 PM

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