Where to Find Push Pins
Despite the growth of the Internet of Things as well as extensive usage of digital platforms for notetaking, administrative work, and business, physical paperwork appears to be an inherent part of modern businesses today.
In the workplace, it is easy to get overwhelmed by the alarming amount of paperwork. There are documents that need to be hand-signed as well as invoices that need to have a company stamp.
If you are someone who constantly struggles with endless piles of paperwork, why not consider using push pins to stick important reminders to a porous surface?
All you need to do is find a porous surface (eg. paper, cardboard, sponge, styrofoam) and push the pin to attach your document to the surface.
You could also use thumbtacks if you find that push pins are not as effective.
What is the Difference between a Push Pin and Thumbtack?
Like fashion, there are numerous pieces of stationery available on our website. But some might find more value in certain pieces than others.
Before you get your credit card ready to purchase a push pin, you might want to learn more about its alternative - the thumbtack.
Also known as a drawing pin in the American context, a thumbtack is often made of iron, tin or brass. They have a flat head and short nail as opposed to pushpins which have a round head and long nail.
If you have thick stacks of papers that you would like to attach to a surface, a pushpin does just the trick.
On the other hand, if you want to attach loose pieces of paper, a thumbtack will provide more security.
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