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Cleaner's Supply Premium Safety Pins - 1,440/Box

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$5.59 - $14.69
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Our #1 selling safety pin is sharp, tough and durable. Made to withstand all cleaning processes.

Our #1 selling Safety Pins are nickel plated, rust-resistant and durable to withstand the cleaning process. Quality heads remain tightly secured so no tags are lost during all cleaning processes. Super sharp tips make our pins glide through any material which makes tagging a breeze. Available in a variety of lengths and in a closed or open position. 10 gross (1,440 pins) per box.

Features

  • Nickel plate and rust-resistant
  • Available in a variety of lengths
  • Super sharp making it easy to tag garments
  • Available in closed or open position

Product Specifications

Units: 1,440/Box
Material: Nickel Plated Steel
Are safety pins rust proof?
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The pins are nickel coated to help prevent rusting. However, after testing a lot of pins we have not found a nickel coated safety pin that is 100 percent rust proof. If they are subjected to water for any period of time, they can rust.
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What is the difference between the open and the closed safety pins?
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The difference is that the open safety pins already come open in the box. Some people feel that by getting the pins in this way, they are saving time by eliminating the step of having to open then in order to tag garments. The size and functionality remains the same on both. However, because opening them is an extra process for the manufacturer, the open pins are slightly more expensive.
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Do I need a separate computer for tagging or I can do it on the same one that I have for my POS usage? I am planning to use an Epson TMU200 receipt printer with my POS Software, is this printer suitable to print Tags from Cleaner’s Supply? Will the ink used by this printer withstand Dry/Wet Cleaning? What systems are usually employed by today/s cleaners? Is the tagging gun recommended for use with computer tag printing method?
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If you are using the Epson TMU200 printer, you can use the Wet-Strength Tag rolls to create your tags. In order to ensure your ink will not come out of the tags, it’s important to use the indelible ink ribbons we carry for this printer. There are a few dry cleaning software systems that are popular in the industry today, you may want to contact them to make sure their software is compatible to the hardware you already have in house. You can use staplers, Dennison fasteners or safety pins to secure the tags to the garments.
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How did the Safety Pin get invented?
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On April 10th, 1849 Walter Hunt patented the first safety pin, which he soon sold for a few hundred dollars. Needless to say the safety pins generated millions in sales over the years. Walter had quite a few inventions including the forerunner of the Winchester rifle, streetcar bell, stoves and ice ploughs. Hunt also built the first American sewing machine, but lost interest in patenting the sewing machine fearing the invention would cause unemployment.
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What is the main difference between the Cleaner’s Supply Pins and the Defender Pins?
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The main difference is the brand. The Defender Pins are well known throughout the industry so some of our customer’s really trust the name. We don’t buy them in mass quantities like we do the Cleaner’s Supply brand, so we cannot extend the savings on the Defender brand.
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What are advantages and disadvantages to using staples, safety pins, or Dennison fasteners?
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Safety pins are readily available for purchase at Cleaner’s Supply™. Their sharp points make it easy to tag garments as well as protects the fibers of the fibers of the material. The heads are strongly attached providing secure pinning. With their lasting spring tension, safety pins are reusable to the dry cleaners that choose to remove the tags for their customers. They are also nickel-plated which provides to extra protection to the garment. The disadvantage to using a safety pin is that these are more expensive than staples or fasteners. It is slower to tag and de-tag garments using this method. The people who tag clothes using this method have a greater chance of poking their fingers. And from time to time, safety pins may come open in the dry cleaning or laundering process. Staples provide an inexpensive, quick, and secure way of tagging clothes. With different styles to choose from, the person tagging will be able to find one that is comfortable for them to use on a daily basis. The disadvantage to using staples is that staple barbs can snag fabrics when in machines. Staple guns are easy to misplace, and because they are used so regularly they are often dropped and break. Staples are more difficult to remove and can damage garments when removing tags. The advantage to using a Dennison fastener is that it’s fast, relatively inexpensive, and because it uses a sharp needle to apply the tags, there is little to no damage of the garments being tagged. The fasteners provide a strong attachment, which ensures proper sorting of orders. The fasteners break apart easily when pressure is applied. They are typically made of nylon or polypropylene that means they will not rust on the garment. The main disadvantage is that the guns are delicate, and with frequent handling, they are often dropped and may become misalign. Or if dropped, the needle may break and will need to be replaced. There is also an increased risk of the user’s fingers being poked by the gun’s needle.
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Can your safety pins be picked up with a magnet?
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Our pins are made with steel and have a nickel coating. Yes, they can be picked up with a magnet.
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