if I need to replace the paper inside can I replace it?

asked on September 11, 2019

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If you mean that if you needed to replace the actual paper/document that you initially laminated - once you've laminated it, the answer is NO. They call them "pouches" but they're not actually a pouch per say. They're more of a plastic film, two sheets that are connected at a seem that one would place their document or whatever they want to laminate in between the two film sheets and run it through laminater, firming the heated, PERMANENT, seal.
R. Peña
· September 11, 2019
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Hmm. Not sure about this one. You’d need to be more specific. Generally once something is laminated that’s it. Are you trying to reuse the lamination pouch?? If so, that’s not an option. My suggestion would to be just take whatever new paper you need and laminate that with a new pouch.
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· September 11, 2019
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No, once you laminate the paper it can't be removed.
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Manufacturer · September 11, 2019
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I am not certain I understand your question. Once you place a sheet of paper into the pouch and send it through the machine, it is permanently sealed. Prior to laminating, you can put a piece in between the pages. These are for permanently laminating a piece of paper. They are not sheet protectors.
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· September 12, 2019
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No. Once the the paper inside is laminated to the plastic sheet it is permanently bonded and can't be removed.
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· September 11, 2019
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