|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||12.4 x 9.02 x 0.2 inches|
|Item model number||8541748882|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||HT-LS24Psl|
Pack of 24, Self-Adhesive Laminating Sheets, Clear Letter Size (9 x 12 Inches), 4 mil Thickness
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- No Machine Needed
- Value Pack (24 Pack / Self Laminating Sheets)
- 24- Single-Sided Laminates
- Very Easy to Remove Backing
- Easy To Use
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Very Easy To Remove Backing Very Easy To Use Single Sided Laminates No Machine NeededValue Pack
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It failed completely.
Remember the old photo albums, when cameras used actual film and photos were printed out? Photo albums had mildly sticky materiel, with a clear sheet of protective plastic over it. It would hold the photos in place, but you could remove and reposition the pictures over and over.
This is slightly less sticky than that.
In other words, basically useless.
I tried it on paper folders-peeled right off. Stuck slightly more to photos, just enough to barely damage them when it fell off.
Scrapbook paper, cardstock- still useless. Last theory, maybe it needs time to form a good bond. Pressed under some good heavy books, left it alone, eventually lifted the books... peeled right up.
So odd thing I noticed looking back at the reviews. It seems the 50 pack gets consistently good reviews, but the 24 pack gets lots of negative. Odd, because it should be the same stuff?
Anyway, counting on Amazon's fantastic customer service, going to return. Deeply disappointed.
I made a project for my Cricut for custom Nintendo Switch vinyl decals and after printing the image I laid this over the top before cutting. Everything cut fine but when I went to apply one of the decals to a curved surface the underlying vinyl stuck find but the "laminate" almost immediately came off. I figured I'd try something else so I went to take it off assuming it would take the entire image with it. Nope. It came off and left most of the adhesive on the printed surface.
I even tried this with sticker paper thinking the texture of the vinyl had something to do with it not sticking well but it pulls away just as easy and didn't take any of the ink with it.
Unless you plan on sandwiching something between two sheets of this or just want to use this for maybe scrapbooking something you may or may not want to remove I'd look at something else.
It wasn't that much so I'll hang on to what I have and maybe I'll find a use for it but if you want it for a protective surface on a print and don't want it coming off you may want to use a hot laminator or something like mod podge and give it a nice coat of that.