You have better things to do than feed paper into your home or small business paper shredder. My trusty old paper shredder died last week. It lasted 10 years using these tips on how to take care of a paper shredder. Since I’ve wanted this Swingline Stack-and-Shred for at least two years now, I ordered it the next day from OfficeDepot.
It does all the usual stuff, like allow you to fed a few sheets in from the top. It will shred credit cards. It does cross-cut shredding, which is better for identity security. But here’s one thing that sets it apart: you can lay up to 60 sheets in the tray, close the lid, and it auto-feeds through the shredder for you, saving time and frustration. It’s a no-brainer for a small office or a home office. And for larger offices, similar models of the Stack and Shred can stack up to 750 sheets.
Why didn’t we think of this sooner?
Here’s my 2-minute show and tell.
Not in the market for your own home shredder? Remember you can always check our updated list of community shredding events in and around Philadelphia.
Would you consider this Swingline Stack-and-Shred for your next shredder purchase?
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Awesome! Thank you for sharing Darla!
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