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GBC Swingline SelfSeal NoMistakes Wallet Size Cold Pouches - 5pk
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GBC Swingline SelfSeal NoMistakes Wallet Size Cold Pouches - 5pk

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GBC Swingline SelfSeal NoMistakes Wallet Size Cold Pouches - 5pk

Part #: 3747222
Brand: GBC
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ProductDescription

GBC SelfSeal Repositionable Laminating Pouches are perfect if you either don't have a laminator or need to laminate items away from the office. Selfseal Repositionable Laminating Supplies allow you to seal and reseal your documents until you get them right (no more air bubbles). Use these pouches & rolls to preserve and protect your important documents, printed materials, certificates, and precious mementos. They are easy to use, no machine is required and they are acid free (archival quality).

Product Details

  • Size: Wallet Size
  • Dimensions: 2-3/8" x 3-7/8"
  • Thickness (Gauge): 8mil
  • Quantity: 5 Per Pack
  • List Price: $6.99
  • GBC Part Number: 3747222
  • Primary UPC: 033816069404

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DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. This video looks at GBC’s SelfSeal Permanent and Repositional Laminating Gloss Pouches. We know that many projects are very small – ID badges, name badges, wallet card size and business card size. Here at MyBinding.com, you can get any size you need. These SelfSealing laminating pouches need to machine or heat whatsoever. Simply peel it back like a sticker and press it flat. Voila. We also have repositional ones that within 24 hour period you can peel off your back and start again. As demonstrated here on an 8 ½ by 11 sheet, you simply peel it back. There’s n... Read More

Welcome to MyBinding video. This video looks at GBC’s SelfSeal Permanent and Repositional Laminating Gloss Pouches. We know that many projects are very small – ID badges, name badges, wallet card size and business card size. Here at MyBinding.com, you can get any size you need. These SelfSealing laminating pouches need to machine or heat whatsoever. Simply peel it back like a sticker and press it flat. Voila. We also have repositional ones that within 24 hour period you can peel off your back and start again. As demonstrated here on an 8 ½ by 11 sheet, you simply peel it back. There’s no residue left on your product and press it flat again. To be sure the repositional isnt quite as strong, sturdy, waterproof as the regular but you have added flexibility. There it is, on the small, wallet, and ID badge size – the permanent and repositional SelfSeal Laminating Pouches by GBC. For more demos, reviews and how to’s, check out MyBinding.com.

Questions & Answers
Q:
Should the adhesive side be against the front or the back of the item being laminated?
Asked by Teddy 7 months ago
A:
The adhesive side should be placed on top or against the front of the item.

Answered by MyBinding.com 7 months ago
Q:
Can these be used in a laminating machine?
Asked by MarketingCoordinator 7 months ago
A:
SelfSeal™ NoMistakes™ Cold Laminating Pouches can be sealed by hand. If you wish to use them with a machine the laminator needs to have a cold setting.

Answered by MyBinding.com 7 months ago
Q:
I am looking for a durable plastic coating for a button overlay. Your self-laminating "sheet" products all appear to be 3 mil thickness, while the pouches are 8 mil. Does the pouch measurement indicate 2 sides, each 4 mils thick?
Asked by MrsEva 7 months ago
A:
8 mil laminating pouches are very durable and provide a semi-rigid finish. The thermal pouch laminating machines heat up to an internal temperature of ~250 degrees so your materials should be safe.

Answered by MyBinding.com 7 months ago
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