If you are like me, you want to keep your products safe without having to deal with a lot of unnecessary hassle. Checkpoint tags help to do this. Checkpoint tags are designed to be easy to use and are an effective way add clothing security without killing sales. The first step is picking the right clothing security tags for the right product.
Contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to tag everything. Find a sensible price point or set of brands to start with. You will find that most shoplifters doing worry with low dollar items or even store brand merchandise. Focus on the well known name brands and items that are about $30 and higher.
The second part is knowing where to use security tags on clothes. For most shirts and jeans you will want to put the hard clothing security tags in a seam. This will mean the pin goes through an existing hole which covers easily upon removal. It does no good to use the front of the shirt because your customer won’t want a hole in the middle of the shirt and your sales will suffer. For items like coats I suggest a clothing alarm. This alarm has a sensor cord that pinches the cuff of the jacket or item. If tampered with the clothing alarm will sound and alert the employees of a problem. Hard tags come in different sizes from the mini hard tag primarily for your intimate apparel and accessories the the larger plastic clothing security tags that will still provide security, but will make the products easier to try on for your customer.
The goal with security tags on clothes is still make sales. You don’t want to lock your products down so that customers are too aggravated to try your products out. Clothing security should be a benefit and not a hindrance to your business.
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For more information on Checkpoint tags, clothing alarm, clothing security, or clothing security tags contact us at security tags on clothes or call 1.866.914.2567