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February Newsletter

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Leather, Suede and Silk Warning: Beware Adhesive Backed Name Tags

Name tags are a wonderful thing when attending a conference or meeting.  The most popular, least expensive and easiest to distribute type of tag is the adhesive backed one.

The down side to these tags is that they leave a residue of ‘gummy’ adhesive behind when you remove it.

This residue is a particular hazard to leather and suede garments, and to a slightly lesser extent silk.

We cannot urge you strongly enough to never stick one of these badges to your clothes.  Always bring a clip or neck string and use them to wear your name with pride.  NEVER use a pin on leather, suede or lightweight silk.

BTW – if you use a pin or clip, networkers say you should wear your badge on your upper right shoulder.  It makes it easier to read when you reach out to shake someone’s hand.

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2016 is a leap year, which means it has 366 days, and the ‘make up’ day happens this month

Why do we have a leap year?  Well according to it is because 365 days is six hours shorter than a solar year, so we add a day once every four years to adjust for it.

Is Leap Day also known as Sadie Hawkins Day?  Well, if you Google Time , the answer is yes.  If you go to Wikipedia, the answer is no.  Check out both articles and decide for yourself!

Either way, enjoy.

Hope all is well in your world.

Take care,

Patricia, Bake and Your Shaffer Cleaning Team

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Thought for the Week

Our lives begin to end the day we become silent
about things that matter.

Martin Luther King