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Laminator Recommendations!

Posted by Country_Bumpkin_AL (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 18, 03 at 19:08

I already have a hot/cold one, but it takes the pouches and it doesn't laminate ONTO whatever I'm laminating. If I cut the card/pic/bookmark to close, it opens the the edge. I'd like to find a laminator that will adhere TO the item. What kind of laminator am I looking for?

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RE: Laminator Recommendations!

THe one that I use And like was from Wal-Mart. It's the E Z Laminator made by XYRON. Very easy to use and it does stick to both sides of your project.

RE: Laminator Recommendations!

Thanks Steve! Which model do you have? I checked our Walmart a few days ago, and they'd clearance them out..meaning they won't get anymore, so I'm gonna have to head to Ebay! lol Is it hot/cold or does that matter? Is it electric? I have no idea what I'm looking for. Thought I was getting the right thing when I bought the first one! lol

RE: Laminator Recommendations!

The model that I bought is cold only, non-electric. I know that I saw it in a few other stores but right now I can't remember where. It comes with a 15' roll and replacements are 15', 30' and I believe 60'. I think theres only one model but let me go and check the box.
I'm back. No model number on the box. The box color is Green fadeing to blue. Says "Acid-Free Lamination". And a picture of the 'Duct tape' duck on the box also.I got a web address for you! It's "
Hope this helps.

RE: Laminator Recommendations!

Thanks Steve!!!

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