The ANOA Shipping Tag is built to last but you have to keep the window clean to ensure the courier’s electronic scanner can read the barcoded shipping label. Carriers sometimes put sticky labels or use markers on the window.
Use soap & water or general adhesive removers like ‘Goo Gone’, etc.
WD-40, rubbing alcohol and baking soda are all efficient cleaning agents.
Many cases have really thin handles which will mean you are cinching a lot of fabric to secure the tag with the strap and buckle. Consider using a small piece of foam rubber that insulates a pipe and taping that to the handle before wrapping the neck of the tag around the handle.
If you are reshipping the same baggage, make a conscious effort to just change the shipping label through the zippered window vs. removing the tag, then changing the shipping label.
The beauty of the ANOA Shipping Tag is that it affords shippers flexibility and security. All carriers allow you to create your own labels and schedule pickups anywhere, online or calling customer service, using your own account. Many companies will allow employees to align their personal account with the Corporate discount. Either way: get an account!
Make sure you have some sort of identification in the address label on side two of the tag with complete contact details.
Let’s face it: a lot of luggage looks the same. The ANOA Shipping Tag sticks out when attached to suitcases on the airport carousel! It doubles as a standard luggage tag, too.
This video shows the cleaning process for the plastic window on the ANOA Shipping Tag with an alcohol wipe.