Showing home mailbox numbers correctly is important to receive deliveries, making it easier for friends and relatives to find your home if you have not been there before and for a quick response in emergency situations. Adhesive numbers make showing your postbox of a simple job. A clearly labeled mailbox will ensure you receive quick postal service and get emergency assistance in a timely manner.
Select reflective mailbox number plaque to make your box easy to see in daylight or at night. If you approach a post box or retouch an old one, adhesive numbers will have your box ready to work in a few minutes. You only need to use labels in your mailbox if your box is separated from your home or porch. Wipe down the outside of the mailbox with a damp cloth. This will eliminate any outdoor debris or dirt. Scrape any old letters using a spatula or knife. Peel the adhesive lining the last number of the address.
Center the number between the top and bottom of the mailbox. Smooth the number, the sticky side down on the mailbox surface, from top to bottom. Remove the adhesive protector from the number in front of the last one. The number of the position and smooth it. Do not overlap the numbers. Continue adding the mailbox number stickers, let them out at night to go. Repeat the process on the opposite side of the mailbox.