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  1. Default Chroma glasses returned 
    #1
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    For those those of you using the glasses do you count them as disposable to try to collect them at the end???

    i'm thinking their just disposable as they're paper right?
    Last edited by HauntedPaws; 10-03-2011 at 12:04 PM.
     

  2. Default recycle 
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    We recycle them if they are still in good to great shape. Many people do put them on and leave them while others are always grabbing them or holding them instead of wearing them. In that case they usually are junk. We have tried the $ 5 plastic pairs in the past but are too much trouble as people break too many of them.
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    We used the plastic framed glasses and purchased a plastic welder ($30.00) to repair the broken ear pieces. Worked great and reused them over and over and over.
    Tom
    Creator of the Dungeon
    WWW.BRICKTOWNAMUSEMENT.COM
     

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    We had a tub for guest to return the paper glasses. We probably got 2 good uses out of them on average. 80% of the people returned them, 10% missed the sign asking for them, 10% wanted to keep them, we didn't force them to return them.
     

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    at .35 cents a pair it isn't really worth the effort to reuse them.
     

  6. Default .35 ? 
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    WOW thats an awesome price!! where did you get such a deal?
    Al
     

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    just email the company.
     

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