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Old 04-02-2013, 10:31 AM   #1
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I just got my new caps in the mail and I love them. Let me know what you think and show me yours!



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Old 04-02-2013, 10:45 AM   #2
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20-year old oxygen-absorbing caps

don't use them, but have them in case of emergency. you never know when a bottling day will spring on you all sudden like

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Any chance of listing a good supplier for caps? Thanks
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http://www.bottlemark.com/

They can print pretty much anything.
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Do you guys label also?

I just find it easier to write on my caps, so having printed ones like that would force me to label = too much effort to stick them on + remove them
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http://www.bottlemark.com is a great website. Give them a few weeks to get them done but they are cheap and great quality. As far as labels I can not contest to finding any great label websites but I did just order some weather proof gloss labels to print at home from online labels .Com
I will let you know how well they work and post pictures.
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Do you guys label also?

I just find it easier to write on my caps, so having printed ones like that would force me to label = too much effort to stick them on + remove them
For me, the best way to label is to design something online on a free picture editor, then print laser-jet and affix with gelatin-glycerin glue. They look pretty good, and they come off with oxyclean (but not ice water).


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