GBC Swingline SelfSeal Letter Size Cold Laminating Sheets
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GBC Swingline SelfSeal Letter Size Cold Laminating Sheets

Brand: GBC
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  • Peel and stick operation
  • 2, 10, and 50 packs available
  • 3mil pouch thickness
  • No machine required
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These SelfSeal Self Adhesive Laminating Pouches are designed for use with heat sensitive materials, inks, and photos. No machine required! Just peel and seal. These pouches have a glossy finish. Get 2 of these SelfSeal pouches with every order.

Product Details

  • Type: Laminating Sheets
  • Thickness: 3mil
  • Quantity: 2pk, 10pk, or 50pk
  • Size: Letter size
  • Dimensions: 9" x 12"

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Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding How To videos. Today's question is how to use GBC Self-Seal Laminating Sheets. Laminating materials with self-laminating sheets is much easier than it initially seems. There are three basic steps printed right here on the cover. Let's walk you through them. Once you've selected the right size self-laminating pouch for your project, place your project face down on the clear side. Close the pouch and look through the transparent grid on the project below. Make sure that everything lines up just the way that you want it to be. Flip open the pouch again and locate the small 1/ ... Read More

Welcome to MyBinding How To videos. Today's question is how to use GBC Self-Seal Laminating Sheets. Laminating materials with self-laminating sheets is much easier than it initially seems. There are three basic steps printed right here on the cover. Let's walk you through them. Once you've selected the right size self-laminating pouch for your project, place your project face down on the clear side. Close the pouch and look through the transparent grid on the project below. Make sure that everything lines up just the way that you want it to be. Flip open the pouch again and locate the small 1/8 inch strip that's located right at the crease. Gently pull it out. This will be used to hold down your project in place when you go to do the rest of the laminating process. With your paper anchored, make sure once again everything is lined up the way you want, crease that down. Open the sheet back up again and pull from the corner on the inside all the way across the paper, releasing that back. Give yourself a little bit of a start as you pull down, close the lid, the cover, and pull. It's best to pull from the corner and work your way out. Pull it out slow and steady, assuring there are no bubbles as you pull it. Flatten from the crease edge out, assuring there are no bubbles in your finished product. And there it is. It's that simple, really. Some self-laminating sheets, such as these by GBC, can be edited after you finish your project. Turn your project faced down and pull back the sticky side that you just put down all the way up, or as far as you need. Make adjustments to your paper however you need and close it right back up. You can do this for 24 hours after your initial seal. Many different sizes of self-laminating sheets are made, good for photos, good for ID badges, business cards, or anything that you might need. There's no waste, size is perfect for your projects. And that's it, that is how to use GBC Self-Seal Laminating Sheets. For more articles, how to's, demos, and reviews, check out MyBinding.com.

Questions & Answers

Asked by Bonny Rozier
Thank you for your question! Yes, you could use a two sided page with this laminate as it is clear on both sides.

Answered by MyBinding.com
2 years and 6 months ago ago
Most standard pouch laminators have a cold setting where the machine runs but the rollers don't heat up. You can use that setting to laminate items with these SelfSeal pouches. The rollers will help to ensure that you don't end up with bubbles or imperfections in your finished product. However, you do not require a laminator to use these sheets and many of our customers use them without all the time.

Answered by MyBinding.com
4 years and 4 months ago ago

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