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I love the quality of this ible and the results. Can you please go into more detail about the mistake that ruined the initial plan? I don't understand how you made a mistake with a hand saw that a table saw would have avoided.
Make $4.75 USPS Flat Rate shipping box
Most post office have automated mailing stations in front by the mail boxes.
If you really need to stop fermentation in the plastic bottles, you can kill the yeast just like they do when canning vegetables. Sink the bottles in a big pot and boil.
First class mail weighing over 13 oz. not bearing a metered label, MUST be taken to the post office!
As long as you didn't modify the box AND it shuts properly without additional tape it SHOULD work however many Post Office workers are on the lookout for these things and they may not accept it. Also the cutoff on 1st class mail is 16 oz, not 13 so it still may be cheaper to use 1st class mail depending on your item. My best tip is to use a site like http://www.ShippingSidekick.com which offers discounted postage rates which are cheaper than the Post Office directly.
Priority Mail padded flat rate envelopes are also free and a cost effective shipping packaging. The current USPS rates also make the Priority Mail legal flat rate envelope the same price as the standard envelope.
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