Compared to the tableware and clothing that we use every day, we tend to organize documents that tend to be postponed. You can classify it properly at work, but for some reason it doesn't work at home ...?
This time, we will introduce King Jim's Waza-ari file that will save such people. The company has a strong image of office supplies, but the items that incorporate that know-how for home use are also outstandingly easy to use!
Files that stick to the refrigeratorRefrigerator doors that tend to get messed up with school letters, recipes, coupons, etc. You definitely forgot the recipe at the bottom, right?
"Refrigerator snap file (spread pocket type)" is a file that can be attached to the refrigerator with a magnet. It can be used in a spread or closed state, and the cover can also be used as a whiteboard.
When opened, it is about A3 in size, and has a large pocket for A4 documents vertically, a small pocket for holding coupons, and a pocket for viewing multiple super recipe cards.
Family medical care in one bookMedical items such as medical examination tickets and health insurance cards that are needed in urgent situations such as injuries and illnesses. By storing it in a "home medical file", you can shorten the search time.
In addition to the card pocket, the file also has a two-tiered pocket for a medicine notebook and a B7 size insurance card, and a convenient pocket for temporary storage of receipts, so you won't have to panic when calculating medical expense deductions.
In addition, a simple file that is convenient for taking out a medical examination ticket and medicine notebook is also included. It seems that you will not have to worry about losing it when you take it out.
Easy to find home appliance manualsSpring is often the time to buy new home appliances. Every product comes with an instruction manual and warranty card, but since the form is different, I also leave it stuck in the file box.
The "Instruction Manual File", which has sold a total of 7 million volumes since its release in 2005, is a file that can store manuals, warranty cards, attached CD-ROMs, etc. in one volume. The pocket has a gusset that makes it easy to put in thick instructions, and an index sticker is also included so that you can easily find it later.
This "Skitman instruction manual file 2632" (A4 vertical type, 1,260 yen) also supports pocket replacement. The appropriate number of books to store is about 12 books.
In each case, the place to put documents and cards is decided in advance, so it is recommended for people who are not good at cleaning up. Why don't you try to organize yourself before your new life?