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Many of you may know of this already but just in case I thought I would share.

There are a lot of treat pouches available today at all price ranges.

For many years I have used a very low cost 2-pocket carpenters nail apron that ties behind. Made of heavy duty cloth and can be purchased at any Home Depot, Lowe’s, and other builders supply stores. Those will have the store logo printed on them.

I found plain nail aprons with NO logo at Wal-Mart’s hardware section. ONLY 98 cents each. There Great!

I like this short apron style as I can tie it around me even wearing a long shirt or coat that would usually cover my belt line. Easy access for my large hands with the large pockets

They are so affordable I give them away to all my training students to use and everyone loves them. Easy to wash but don't dry them in the dryer. Just hang to dry so they don't shrink.

I put 10 of my business cards in the right pocket of each apron for my clients to hand out if asked about who their trainer is while walking & training. The referrals really work for me.

Just thought I would share.
 

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Everytime I see one I wonder if they make good treat bags. Now you encouraged m to buy one of those.
 

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I use these aprons all the time. They are great
I too give them out to students. Cheap and easy!
 

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Most nail aprons can be tossed in the wash too. When their shot they`re cheap or free so stock up.
 
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