Thanks Yuri, got it.
I did add a FAQ section to the site with a lot of answers.
then on the top of the page.
I canít justify the cost of the vendor membership at this stage with only one product and a pretty low profit per sale at that. I have not ruled it out though. Just need to get an idea of the number of sales I might expect as a result. Or find vendors to sell my product themselves.
My first revision was 4" tubing actually good call.
I ended up switching to these bags for a few reasons.
1. Tubing didn't allow for the dip in hot water method. It was just a mess. Using a hair dryer to answer Lactardjosh does work if it is a higher quality one, otherwise I used a torch. It does take allot
longer to apply that way, (Seriously it sucked to do that many of them.) and a lower quality finished product. But it does work. I couldnít see people doing a whole batch using that method, and ever being a repeat customer. Hot water dip is the way to go by far.
2. Stock tubing comes in standard sizes. Sizes that donít lend themselves ideal for some of the larger diameter beer and wine bottles. So I had to have custom diameter stock manufactured anyway, might as well make all sizes exactly ideal and then might as well pay the extra to have them seal one end.
Thanks Bigcorona for the pics. Iím betting the first couple slid down the bottle because you werenít holding the top of the bag. But now that you got it, you would notice how quickly you can get through a whole batch. And really, the entire point of the product is realized when you are taking the label off. Thatís when you are really going to like it.