Oh, man, did I have a fun time at the UPS shipping center today. What am I going to do with all these unwanted mowers? Can you say "parts machine" x100+?
Terminal Location. The guy ripped the package open and told me it wasn't good enough. I told him to ship it as is and he flat out refused. He then started repacking it without telling me I'd be incurring extra fees. It wasn't an excellent job of packing but it was WAY better than my 22261 was packed by the UPS store that it was sent from. The package also magically weighed twenty pounds more than what it did at my house. Anyhow, It was a major PITA (pain in the A$$).I shipped two mowers this spring with no problems at all. Did you ship from a store or from a terminal location? What were the problems?
that stinks about the steel bar...usps for heavy stuff, no
i got a used pressure washer sent to be ups.... they left oil in the engine.
needless to say it made a mess and the box had oil stains seeping through to the outside ... lol
i recently sent a 60" 1"x2" steel bar
not solid weights about 6 pounds.
anyway it was inside a fitted box sleeve. and sealed well with packaging tape... ive sent 50 of these things before...no problem
UPS called to say that the package was lost and or damaged, the box did not have a certification on it so they threw it out and are not paying for it.
"oh, thanks !"
That spray foam is what some companies use and it looks like it would really protect the items. How much is that stuff and where can you get it?Spray the top foam into another garbage bag?