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200! 2 pack of 100
VeroVero
· November 7, 2015
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Yeah! I do it all the time. I'm a teacher, I put a million little things in and cut when I'm done! I was just doing it last night with like 10/12 little pieces of paper per sleeve.
The more border the better obviously, but I trim mine pretty close sometimes. If you cut too close they'll wear or peel with repeated use o… see more
Yeah! I do it all the time. I'm a teacher, I put a million little things in and cut when I'm done! I was just doing it last night with like 10/12 little pieces of paper per sleeve.
The more border the better obviously, but I trim mine pretty close sometimes. If you cut too close they'll wear or peel with repeated use or handling of the item. Good luck! see less
Yeah! I do it all the time. I'm a teacher, I put a million little things in and cut when I'm done! I was just doing it last night with like 10/12 little pieces of paper per sleeve.
The more border the better obviously, but I trim mine pretty close sometimes. If you cut too close they'll wear or peel with repeated use or handling of the item. Good luck!

Kate
· July 23, 2013
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Is a paper pouch included to hold the item to be laminated as it moves through the machine?
Tam G
· July 30, 2020
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No. These sheets are designed for heat to bond them together. Without the heat, bonding will not take place.
Patty Ahland
· August 10, 2015
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Not as far as I know no. The one that had issues was an off brand and it wasn’t ventilated properly and overheated. It’s like all technology it can get hot if it’s not used properly or is over used.
If you think your going to have an issue like that make sure it’s sitting on a non flammable surface so it can’t trap t… see more
Not as far as I know no. The one that had issues was an off brand and it wasn’t ventilated properly and overheated. It’s like all technology it can get hot if it’s not used properly or is over used.
If you think your going to have an issue like that make sure it’s sitting on a non flammable surface so it can’t trap the heat. I’ve had my Scotch Laminator for the past two years and not a problem one, except trying to use cheap laminator sheets in it, then I started having problems. As long as I stayed in brand I had no problems at all. Sometimes the cheap sheets are just that made with a cheaper plastic acetate that can cause issues. see less
Not as far as I know no. The one that had issues was an off brand and it wasn’t ventilated properly and overheated. It’s like all technology it can get hot if it’s not used properly or is over used.
If you think your going to have an issue like that make sure it’s sitting on a non flammable surface so it can’t trap the heat. I’ve had my Scotch Laminator for the past two years and not a problem one, except trying to use cheap laminator sheets in it, then I started having problems. As long as I stayed in brand I had no problems at all. Sometimes the cheap sheets are just that made with a cheaper plastic acetate that can cause issues.

Lawson J
· January 27, 2022
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I'm really not sure. I have a purple cow laminator.
Mary L.
· June 5, 2014
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I don't see why not, I can use different brands with my machine.
Glenda
· October 15, 2014
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3ml
Dr. E
· February 15, 2017