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    Labeling Everything

    OK, I know for some of you this will be over the top. But, I have found it to be a big help to label my storage areas. My drawer cabinets and my garden equipment all have labels explaining their homes. I use the Dymo 350D Label Manager and it uses different label widths and fonts. I really like it.

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    Cant say I label "everything" but my fastener bins (Just like your yellow ones, except mine are Blue..Fastenal). are labeled...we have a RhinoPro 5000 here in the office

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    I'm a label freak also, I have a Brother P-Touch...even all the light switches in my house are labeled! And all the outlets in the shop as well with the panel and breaker numbers. Here is the sub-panel in the pole barn:
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    Whew! You guys make me feel like an amateur! I get kidded all the time for putting on labels and the fact that I arrange everything (bolts for example) by size. I hand print onto pre-made inserts that go into magnetic label holders. Kind of handy since I change my mind where I want stuff every so often. Many things I keep in clear containers so I can see what I have. Seems I tend to forget what I have and go out and buy more but I bet no one else has that problem.....
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    I need Randy to come and organize my garage and pigsty shop!

    I use a Brother P-touch 2700 for my labels.
    I have more ideas than ambition.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    I'm a label freak also, I have a Brother P-Touch...even all the light switches in my house are labeled! And all the outlets in the shop as well with the panel and breaker numbers. Here is the sub-panel in the pole barn:
    That is a great idea Kenny, I did mine a little different, a laminated excel spreadsheet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deputy11 View Post
    Whew! You guys make me feel like an amateur! I get kidded all the time for putting on labels and the fact that I arrange everything (bolts for example) by size. I hand print onto pre-made inserts that go into magnetic label holders. Kind of handy since I change my mind where I want stuff every so often. Many things I keep in clear containers so I can see what I have. Seems I tend to forget what I have and go out and buy more but I bet no one else has that problem.....
    Deputy, Looks like you have got nothing to be ashamed of. Nice work space.
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    I need to label my tool box. Also have some light switches labeled. This threads title is "labeling everything", is this going overboard ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by eepete View Post
    I need to label my tool box. Also have some light switches labeled. This threads title is "labeling everything", is this going overboard ??

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    Very good Pete, but that is getting very basic, would a name label be better, or is Cat its name. And it is not going overboard if you keep forgetting what it is.
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    Me thinks the correct label for the cat would be this one:


    "Hello, My Name is Fluffy"

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