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Lynne • 2 years ago

Don't let papers stacks get out of control. Shredders are great for organizing, but also for helping to prevent identity theft. The shredder shown is the Black and Decker Studio Shredder. Want more great tips like this? Follow GHRI on Twitter @GHGadgetGirl.

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