Scotch Self-Sealing Laminating Pouches for Business Cards LS851G
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- Business Card Size
- No machine needed
- Photo Safe
- Acid Free
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Product detailsSize Name:25 Pouches
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 9.65 x 6.1 x 1.19 cm; 36.85 Grams
- Date First Available : 20 March 2018
- Manufacturer : 3M
- ASIN : B00004TS5X
- Item Model Number : LS851G
- Department : Office
- Best Sellers Rank: 4,109 in Stationery & Office Products (See Top 100 in Stationery & Office Products)
- Customer Reviews:
Quick and easy laminating sheets for business cards, photos or other small items. No machine needed. Provides sturdy, permanent protection in a glossy finish. Acid-free and photo-safe. Ultra-clear to let important information show through.
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Scotch Self-Seal Laminating Pouches
Self-seal laminating pouches are simple and easy to use, and require no machine. Simply place your item, press and seal to preserve important items. Permanent clear film lets information show through.
- Protects items from damage
- Clear professional finish
- Saves time and money, can be used anywhere, anytime
- Photo safe
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The most obvious thing, more obvious once you handle them is that they will increase the thickness of your cards. If you only have a few cards to protect, this may not be important.
What is less obvious is that the size of the pouch is longer and wider than the typical business card, or Social Security card. This means that they may not fit in many card carry wallets.
This brings us to the potential failure point.
Part of what makes these pouches easy to handle is that only one side of the pouch is sealed. You press one edge of the card into the seam where the top and bottom are pre-sealed together. Make sure your card is in straight. So far so good. The peal the backing off the more flexible part and let the two parts stick together. So far so good and so easy.
The problem is that only one side of the pouch is sticky. That part will protect one side of your card. If the new total larger size of your card is not a problem you are good.
If you have to trim the laminate to make sure you can carry the card -a problem. Over trim your cards and the bottom part is no longer sticking to anything. One face of your card remains protected, but potentially you have an unprotected other side. The card is still thicker but the bottom part can flop about.
What is more likely is that you will have trimmed so much of the protective plastic that the edges of your card are partially exposed. Your ‘protected’ card can become water soaked or other-wise damaged.