[bksvol-discuss] Re: Storing and Organizing Books

You can sometimes find inexpensive plastic coated labels which hold braille well. They are hard to find, but less expensive than dymo tape. Just another option.


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Are you braille labeling the book with dymotape?
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Hi all,

Great suggestion. My parents resorted to the cinder block book shelves too. You can find these at garden stores I think. You can also buy shelving at household stores, but they do require assembly, and of course, the instructions are in print and they have pictures, and the language is semi-English/chinese or English/Korean or English/Spanish. So, I don't recommend it, unless you're prepared to be an engineer and not read the manual. I think your cinder block shelving may be the best bet for convenience and time-saving. If you tell the lumber department at the household store what you want the boards for, they can saw them to fit. You will need to measure your space in the house, of course. Then you probably want them either six or eight feet long. Six would probably be easier to deal with both in transporting them and in ease of building. Good luck!

Ann P.

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