I did my first large order of rowmark tags yesterday. (About 400 1"x3" tags) The problem or issue I ran into is quite a few of them needed to be scrubbed to remove the smoke. Normally I just scrub all the rowmark I work with with a Mr. clean magic eraser then wipe them dry but I have never done this many at one time before. It took several hours to clean and dry all the tags and I expect this same job to come up at least 4 more times in the near future. Has anyone come up with an easier way to wash and dry that many tags? I am charging enough that it doesn't really matter that I need to spend the extra time but I just don't enjoy doing it.
On a side note I found that even though the rowmark laid nice and flat when I was cutting it into tags the heat would cause it to expand and bubble causing the beam to be out of focus and some of the edges not to be acceptable. The next batch that I did I put on my new vacuum table and added a relief cut down the center before I started cutting the strips for the tags and everything stayed nice and flat.