Investing in rubber stamps is a smart decision because it can make so many common tasks in your life automatic. Rubber stamps save a great deal of time and effort. Unfortunately, it can be tough to tell exactly what you need and when those initial purchases will need to be replaced. In some cases, depending on how much a stamp is used, you might not ever need to replace it. And in other cases, it will seem as if you just purchased a new rubber stamps and that it already needs to be replaced.
So, is it smart to buy backups of your generic and custom rubber stamps? The correct answer requires some analysis of your situation.
First and foremost, if it seems as if you are always buying a new stamp to replace one that is worn out, you should consider buying back ups. Having a backup on hand will save you time and might even save you money if you are forced to pay shipping or travel a long distance to buy the replacement stamps. Likewise, you might be eligible for a discount if you are able to buy the stamps in bulk.
If you have not yet grown weary of replacing your stamps, it might be a bit more difficult to determine if backups are needed. Think about the type of stamp that you would consider buying a backup for. Is it customized? If you are thinking about buying backup address stamps, you will want to be sure you intended to live or do business at a particular location for long enough to justify a backup. If you intend to go nowhere any time soon, a backup is probably a good idea.
Next, think about how the stamp is used. Are you utilizing it on a daily basis or it just a certain time of year stamp.Holidaystamps, tax time stamps, and custom rubber stamps that are only used a few times per year or during a certain season will last much longer than those used on a daily basis.
Finally, think about who is using the stamp. Is it used by a single person or does everyone in a home or office have access to the stamp? No matter the frequency of use, if more than one person is using the stamp it will wear out more quickly. Furthermore, you might consider buying backups and allowing each person that uses the stamp to have their own. This is more convenient and can extend the lives of some of the stamps.
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