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Credit Card 2-1/8" x 3-3/8" Laminating Pouches - 100pk
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Credit Card 2-1/8" x 3-3/8" Laminating Pouches - 100pk

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Credit Card 2-1/8" x 3-3/8" Laminating Pouches - 100pk

Brand: MyBinding
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ProductDescription

Our high quality Credit Card 2-1/8" x 3-3/8" Laminating Pouches help to improve the value of all printed materials. They enhance colors by turning dull prints into bright lustrous colors, help to prolong the life of printed materials and preserves them and protect them from outside elements. All of our pouches include one carrier per box. These pouches have superb clarity and offer exceptional value for reasonable prices.

Product Details


  • Size: Credit Card (2-1/8" x 3-3/8")
  • Thickness:5mil, 7mil or 10mil
  • Quantity: 100 Pieces
  • Corners: Round (1/8" radius)

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DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. These are credit card size laminating pouches and please note, do not laminate your credit cards. They come in a thickness of 5 mil, 7 mil and 10 mil. Each box comes with a stack of pouches and a carrier. To laminate, place your project into the pouch. Make sure you get your margin even on all sides. This pouch is the exact size of a credit card, so anything smaller than that, you can laminate. Next, place the pouch into the carrier. The carrier is there to make sure that no extra adhesive seeps on to your laminator. Then you’re ready to laminate. Place it in and ... Read More

Welcome to MyBinding video. These are credit card size laminating pouches and please note, do not laminate your credit cards. They come in a thickness of 5 mil, 7 mil and 10 mil. Each box comes with a stack of pouches and a carrier. To laminate, place your project into the pouch. Make sure you get your margin even on all sides. This pouch is the exact size of a credit card, so anything smaller than that, you can laminate. Next, place the pouch into the carrier. The carrier is there to make sure that no extra adhesive seeps on to your laminator. Then you’re ready to laminate. Place it in and the roller should take it through. It might be good for it to cool down for a few seconds but then you can remove it and unveil your credit card size laminated project. For more demos, reviews and how-to’s, go to MyBinding.com.

Specification

ThicknessPart NumberSizeCornersQuantity
5milTLP5CREDIT2-1/8" x 3-3/8"Round (1/8" radius)100pk
7milTLP7CREDIT2-1/8" x 3-3/8"Round (1/8" radius)100pk
10milTLP10CREDIT2-1/8" x 3-3/8"Round (1/8" radius)100pk
Questions & Answers
Q:
what is the difference between 5m, 7m, and 10 m? Is 10 the thickess and 5 thinner?
Asked by vanessa 7 months ago
A:
Thank you for your question. You are correct the only difference is the thickness of the laminate. The higher the number the thicker the laminate. Be sure to double check the specs of your machine, because different laminators have different limitations as far as the maximum thickness they are able to use,

Answered by MyBinding 7 months ago
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