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Can't peel off label backing-have short weak nails

How to peel off label backing. I have very short weak nails.

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Most brother labels peel by gently folding the label in half the long way. No need to separate with your nails.

Posted on Apr 17, 2009

  • Gordon Gibson Jul 29, 2011

    You gotta be kidding! It's like pulling nails out with your fingernails! If your somewhat handicapped in your hands like shaky or short fingernails or older and can't see. You should wake up, you'll be there yourself someday.



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