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Thread: Burning Papers

  1. #46
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    Sorry, Lee...was in a hurry and missed the humor...
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    The most expensive tool is the one you buy "cheaply" and often...

  2. #47
    If I remember to take it, I sit at the camp fire and toss the big finance books in the camp fire.I have asked to not get them, but I was told I have to get them. They must be a half inch thick. What a waste of money and trees .

  3. #48
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    Same here ! Shred (cross cut) and recycle

  4. #49
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    I mainly just recycle it; I think an identity thief would regret wasting time on us. Credit reports are locked and nothing on our taxes is refundable.
    Sensitive stuff I shred, but there is very little of that.

    A few years back I wanted to get rid of a large pile of sensitive stuff. Put in a 10 gallon tub with water and drain cleaner. 6 months later it was all like new, except wet. That didn't work.

  5. #50
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Fitzgerald View Post
    We use a micro-cut shredder and recycle it.
    I do as Ken does. Micro shredder. Afraid of fires.
    John T.

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