|Author:||PhilS (registered user: 1425 posts )|
|Date:||Thu, Apr 19th, 2012 @ 08:17 ( . )|
IMO, you don't need to give much in the way of instructions. I'd go with very brief instructions or assembly hints, and a set of disclaimers that are just as or more important. This is an unfinished product. The buyer will need to assemble it and finish it to his satisfaction. It's just a plain finger jointed box. Anyone who buys a flat pack set of finger jointed boards is expected have basic tools and know how to assemble.
Say it in a positive way. Use of negatives (no, not, doesn't, etc.) is generally a bad idea in selling. For example, I said, "Anyone who buys a flat pack set of finger jointed boards is expected have basic tools and know how to assemble." which is far better than saying, "You don't have any business buying this if you don't know how to put it together." Same message, very different tone.
Good luck. You're going to do well with this.
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