This listing is for a set of two simple sock blockers.
Durable and flexible, cut out of long lasting plastic.
US Women's shoe size 7-9
European shoe size 37 to 39
So, I know it's hard to picture "flexible plastic".
Standard (20 lb) copier paper is about 0.004" thick.
These sock blockers are measured on average at 0.028" thick.
So, if you took seven sheets of copier paper and held them together, that would be about the same thickness as the sock blockers listed. The sock blockers feel more rigid than the paper, so it's kinda like you took those seven sheets of paper and super glued them together.
These blockers are not brittle and will not shatter.
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I use USPS for all orders. Every order comes with tracking info. All orders take 3-5 business days to process and 2-5 business days to ship in the US.
If your package gets lost (no update on the tracking info for 5 or more days), I would prefer that you to talk to your local post office about it. It is much more likely to recover the package by asking your post office to look for it, than for me to send an email or sit on the phone and hope I get transferred to the right place.
Having a package get lost is very rare with the USPS, so please talk to me if this has happened so that we can work something out.
I cannot mark customs forms as "a gift". I sell merchandise and have to mark it as such. Falsifying customs forms is illegal and could get me in big trouble, please don't ask me to do this for you.
Please ask all questions before placing an order. If you have any needs or concerns, please feel free to contact me before placing an order. I try to reply to every message within 24 hours.
Returns & exchanges
The best way to recycle is to not use resources in the first place. So, I do not include an invoice in each order. They always get thrown away or recycled. If you would like an invoice mailed with your order, mention it in the order comments and I will gladly print one for you.
I get my fabrics from a lot of places, but primarily at my local fabric store, Cool Cottons (http://www.coolcottons.biz/).