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Quiet Packing Tape by Shoplet

Okay, I must confess I'm super noise sensitive. Usually crackly, or crunching noises bother me the most and if I am ever packing up a box I absolutely HATE that scratching tape noise - it's horrid!!

So when I had the chance to try out this amazing new packing tape that you can purchase at So you have to know that I couldn't wait to tell you about this amazing new packing tape that...DOESN'T MAKE A SOUND. It's so quiet. I used it and it really doesn't make a noise at all. The tape is as good as any other packing tape so you aren't losing the good tape quality of noisy tape. This quiet tape does the trick.

I also had the chance to try out Gecko Tech reusable hooks, one that can hold up to three pounds and another that can hold up to five pounds. Also, I had the chance to check out some door hangers. I stuck these to the back of a bedroom door and I've been casually using them ever since. These last nicely. You can't hang too much on these, maybe a regularly used coat or two or a backpack or purse. But it's super convenient. They've remained stuck to the wall, but I've also pulled them away occasionally and it doesn't take off paint or anything. Good stuff! Plus they are practically invisible. They aren't gaudy colors or anything like that.

If you want to some of these supplies for yourself, visit and purchase your own quiet packing tape and a three pound or five pound reusable hook.

I received these items in exchange for my honest review.


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