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C-Line Self-Adhesive Reinforcing Strips - 200/BX
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C-Line Self-Adhesive Reinforcing Strips - 200/BX

C-Line Self-Adhesive Reinforcing Strips - 200/BX

Part #: CLI-64112
1 Questions, 2 Answers
Brand: C-Line

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Main Features:
  • Prevent materials from tearing out of ring binders by protecting and reinforcing the entire edge
  • Simply peel off backing paper and apply
  • Easy to punch
  • Quantity: 200 pk

ProductDescription

C-Line Self-Adhesive Reinforcing strips are heavy-duty strips that prevent materials from tearing out of your binder. Easy peel off and apply, strengthen or repair torn pages by applying the reinforcing sheet on the entire edge. The material is easy to punch, capable of protecting any and every edge. Shield your hard work and sensitive materials today with C-Line!

Product Details

  • Prevent materials from tearing out of ring binders by protecting and reinforcing the entire edge
  • Simply peel off backing paper and apply
  • Easy to punch

ItemSpecifications

  • Global Product Type: Reinforcing Strips
  • Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent: 0 %
  • Total Recycled Content Percent: 0 %
  • Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent: 0 %
  • Insert Size: 10 3/4 x 1"
  • Quantitiy: 200/BX
  • UPC: 038944641126
  • Part Number: CL-64112

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DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. Let's have a look at C-Line's Self-Adhesive Reinforcing Strips. Man, where were these guys when I was a kid? These strips are heavy duty strips that prevent materials tearing out of your binder. Easy peel off and apply, you can strengthen or repair torn pages by applying the reinforcing sheet on the entire edge. The material is easy to punch, capable of protecting any and every edge. It's like working with a sticker and none of the hassle of tape. They're perfectly straight and super easy to line up with their own built-in grid system. All you need to do is ... Read More
Welcome to MyBinding video. Let's have a look at C-Line's Self-Adhesive Reinforcing Strips. Man, where were these guys when I was a kid? These strips are heavy duty strips that prevent materials tearing out of your binder. Easy peel off and apply, you can strengthen or repair torn pages by applying the reinforcing sheet on the entire edge. The material is easy to punch, capable of protecting any and every edge. It's like working with a sticker and none of the hassle of tape. They're perfectly straight and super easy to line up with their own built-in grid system. All you need to do is get one end started and the other one simply lifts, peels, and slides right down. I'd say that by your third one, you're going to be a pro. And once again, they're super easy to punch through. Single hole punches or three whole punches. Those are C-Line's Self-Adhesive Reinforcing Strips. For more demos, reviews, and how-to's, check out MyBinding.com.
Questions & Answers
Q:
Will these gum up hole punchers such as the Arc and Circa disc system punchers?
Asked by Carla
A:
Thank you for your question. If you are punching multiple at a time there’s a chance of glue being left on the punch. It your only punching one or two of the C-Line Self-Adhesive Reinforcing Strips at a time it would be fine It is a water-based glue, so it should clean right off.


Answered by MyBinding.com 3 months ago
A:
Thank you for your question. Punching anything with a adhesive on it with any machine that punches will lead to some build up of adhesive on the dies. You will want to periodically punch some plain paper scratch paper to help keep the dies clean while you are punching anything with a adhesive on it.

Answered by MyBinding 3 months ago
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