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How to Shrink Wrap Your Outdoor Furniture

As you gear up for the cold months ahead, you might encounter the problem of how to get your yard and outdoor furniture ready for winter. The colder months bring rain, snow, and harsh temperatures, all of which can lead to major damage to your outdoor goods. We recommend preparing your outdoor furniture...

How to Shrink Wrap Your Boat: Installing a Perimeter Strap

Today we’re taking a look at a video we created for our How to Shrink Wrap Your Boat series, focused on installing a perimeter strap. An important part of protecting a boat, the perimeter strap goes around the entirety of the boat and allows the shrink film to come down to the...

Mr. Shrinkwrap Protects Machinery for Long Term Storage

Running a warehouse, factory, or production facility is expensive. One area in which costs can add up quickly for a warehouse is with inefficient use of space. If you’re housing items that are not currently in use for production, you may be encountering unnecessary expenses. Mr. Shrinkwrap has the...

Mr. Shrinkwrap Protects Machines for Transport

Protecting equipment from dirt, debris and the elements is crucial when storing or transporting large, expensive machinery. It’s something that can be overlooked and can result in costly damage. Shrink technicians from Mr. Shrinkwrap recently used a skilled, strategic process to wrap and protect this...

MR. SHRINKWRAP PRESERVES GLEN ECHO HOUSE

West Chester, PA – July 21st, 2014 – Shrink Wrap technicians from Mr. Shrinkwrap successfully covered the roof and chimneys of the Glen Echo House on June 20th, 2014. Located on 844 S. New Street, the West Chester University owned historic structure caught fire last November. West Chester University...

MR. SHRINKWRAP PRESERVES HISTORIC LOCOMOTIVE

Harrisburg, PA – June 19, 2014 – Shrink Technicians from Mr. ShrinkWrap successfully covered the GG1 4859 Electric Locomotive on May 13, 2014.  The locomotive was originally housed inside the Harrisburg Transportation Center by the National Railway Historical Society, but renovation work on the station...

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