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I rarely rave about new products but I have to pass this one on. I found this company thru a google search looking for a way to label multigang switches. I have heard the same thing from just about every customer over the past 20 years, even after years of living in their homes. " I don't know which switch turn's on what light". I installed these for the first time Monday and the Lady was absolutly ga-ga over it. I used the "Elegant" font in the bronze color fill on white decora style plates. One more tip; sign up If you are a contractor for discounted pricing. No more crooked, dirty p-touch labels! http://www.rightplate.com
 

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I checked out their products as well during my net surfin' but I was looking for a subtle,classy solution. WAF (wife approval factor) is the key. Their products seemed a bit too loud, maybe good for a kids room.
 

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I checked out their products as well during my net surfin' but I was looking for a subtle,classy solution. WAF (wife approval factor) is the key. Their products seemed a bit too loud, maybe good for a kids room.

There's always color coordinated Sharpie.
 

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Does anyone purchase panel tags from online sites? Like 1x3's labels specifying panel name, voltage, phase, and fed from location, etc. I needed some awhile back. Dealing with a local trophy shop was tiresome. What's the best method for the future? I contacted RP to see what they do since they display them in their showcase. I'll see what they have to say.
 
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