- Published: Wednesday, 05 October 2016 12:16
Louisiana is having a problem, due to torrential downpours coffins are floating away. It is definitely an odd problem, in fact it's a little bit sad. I started thinking about how the coffins and the remains inside we're being identified and returned to their peaceful resting place? I know that many coffins have plaques attached identifying who's inside, but what about those that DON'T? Even those that do, may be so corroded from time and the elements that they are no longer a viable means of identification. Coffins from many years ago or coffins where there was little money to add identification plaques create a serious problem! How do you return people's loved ones if you can't identify who they are?
A simple and affordable solution... affix durable, long lasting, WATERPROOF labels that won't corrode over time or float away if your loved ones do!