How to Make Waterproof Menus Using Synthetic Paper?

posted this on Mar 21, 2016

If you are a restaurant manager, you will love this video. Here we show you how to make your own waterproof menus using synthetic paper. It may sound like an expensive endeavor but will actually save you both time and money in the long run. This video demonstrates how you can easily print indestructible menus that can be cleaned with a cloth.

Here is the audio transcript for this video:

Welcome to MyBinding's easy idea videos. Today we look at how to make waterproof menus. Oftentimes it is too expensive and inconvenient to reprint menus completely. However, on waterproof paper or durable poly paper, a menu can be made that is indestructible as well as cleanable. Xerox makes a poly paper that is a durable solution. Simply place it into your printer, load your artwork, and give it a print. If you're printing your own menus now, you'll print a lot less with durable paper. This could be a very economical way for you to change your menu rapidly as well as not have to pay for outside coverings or professional printing. Paper like this is very difficult to be destroyed and cannot be torn by hand. When spills happen, as they inevitably do, a simple wipe up with a cloth, wet and dry, you're all clean and ready to go. Papers like this can be thoroughly soaked, wiped clean, and they're all set to go. There it is, a waterproof menu made easily and quickly. For more easy ideas, check out MyBinding.com.

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