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Fellowes Laminating Pouches featuring ImageLast, have built in UV protection, which prevents fading and provides superior lamination. Ensuring your documents are preserved and protected.
Pouches have directional arrow guidance for correct pouch insertion into laminator. Easy to use, just place a document in the pouch and insert into laminating machine. Compatible with all thermal laminator brands.
Fellowes Laminating Pouches are perfect for laminating letter-sized documents such as certificates, menus, and children's artwork. Made to be used with a pouch laminator, these pouches create a clear, smooth, bubble-free seal around your important documents.
ImageLast pouches with built in UV protection prevents fading and provides superior laminate. Pouches have directional arrow guidance for correct pouch insertion into laminator. These premium laminating pouches provide excellent clarity and durability.
Fellowes laminating pouches can be used many ways in the classroom and home. Make cards for recipes, laminate take-out menus, maps, letters and printed digital photos. You can also prepare activity sheets and more for the kids. Create flash cards and other laminated materials to write on them with a dry erase marker and then wipe clean for reuse.
Designed to be used with a thermal pouch laminating machine, Fellowes Laminating pouches enable you to preserve and protect your important documents. Just place document into pouch and feed the pouch into the laminator. Once the document is laminated, remove it and let cool. The resulting document will have an airtight seal, excellent clarity and a smooth, bubble-free finish.
With these pouches, you can laminate your business cards or create laminated badges for you staff. Other uses include laminating phone lists, signs, charts, and reference materials.
Excellent quality... identical to sample sheets that came with the laminator.Published 2 months ago by Joe Van Riper