These are pretty simple instructions to follow, once you know what color your clothes are. If you don't know that, though, you're in big trouble ... even something as straightforward as separating the light clothes from the dark is going to be tricky. With this pack of aluminum clothing tags, however, things are considerably less dicey.
Here is an assorted package of 100 clothing markers, labeled in print and Braille with all conceivable colors. Each tag is only half an inch wide, and can be safely machine washed and dried on your clothes. The markers have holes on their corners so you can easily sew them on, or secure them with a safety pin. If you're overwhelmed by colors, grab a pack of these clothing markers. They'll truly take the guess-work out of your wardrobe.
Directions for the Braille Clothing Tags, Colors From Future Aids, The Braille Superstore.
You may find the below chart helpful when figuring out what the Braille letters on your tags stand for.
Remember to look for the raised dot on the tag when orienting it to read. The raised dot always appears directly above and to the left of the Braille letters, at the very top-left of the tag.
Dark Blue: BLD
Light Blue: BLL
Dark Green: GRD
Light Green: GRL
Dark Pink: PKD
Light Pink: PKL
Dark Purple: PPD
Light Purple: PPL
(From the Marking and Labeling shelf.)
Future Aids: The Braille Superstore
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