Kittrich Rolled Adhesive Bookcover, 18 Inches x 9 Feet, 1 Roll (03-750-12)
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- Covers multiple books.
- Adheisve that does not destroy the surface. Peel, Stick, Remove.
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This material is excellent but not as stiff as I've seen in the past; I am referring to other vendors. It is suple but will harden after a year so it is best to line your books at one time, say six or seven at a time. Throw this material away after a year or so because it gets stiff and brittle.It will also be hard to remove the covering material.
The best way to use this product is described below:
Tools: sissors, exacto knife or small 1- 1-1/2" pen knife.
Take the book and open it to make a rough cut of the material. You will to leave about 1-1/2" below and above for the flaps. Leave material for tieing down
the flaps. For large books lay the book out length-wise with the roll itself rather than parallel to the roll. Mark the future cuts with a permanent pen.
Ideally, if there is time, cut these strips and put books over them to flatten them so they won't curl while lining the book. Flattening takes about a day.
Use the sissors to cut the book liner. Leave 1-1/2" above and below the book dimensions.
To start lining the book, cut a triangular edge out of one of the corners. Cut deep enough to part the cover from the lining.
Pull the cover free but slowly and smoothly. You want to roll slowly to allow the adhesive between the cover and the lining to separate.
Now, pull the cover and liner apart and place the front of the book in the way you lined it up when you made a rough cut. Leave 1-1/2" above and below the book edges.Read more ›
The product adhered great to the flat surfaces of the front/back covers, but when I tucked the extra 1.5" around the edge onto the inside of the cover, these "flaps" wouldn't stay put -- it wasn't adhesive enough. I've never had this problem with other brands of contact paper. I had to resort to tape to secure these inside flaps; the other option would have been to trim the flaps altogether, but I like to protect the bottom and side edges of the book, as that's where most damage occurs.
My bottom line opinion: This product works great when it stays flat (e.g. laminating stuff), but don't rely on it for any applications where you need to bend, fold, wrap, or tuck a small edge or flap: the contact paper since it isn't sticky enough to hold its own. I'll be getting a different brand for future textbook-covering endeavors.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This magic Cover is not CLEAR but fake wood dark brown color, not at all what I needed.Published 5 months ago by Michel
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The picture may say clear, but it is not, I received (an ugly) floral print instead. Read more
Great stuff. Have been using it for over 10 years to cover books as well as 'laminating' important documents.Published 18 months ago by Ananda Hantha
The product I received was most definitely >not< clear - it is a grey marble pattern, not suitable for my application.Published 20 months ago by Katrina P.
we received a clear adhesive but we ordered the design above. We are planning to return the product if possiblePublished 22 months ago by joan
I was pleasantly surprised. I ordered this bookcover material instead of the expense transfer material for crafting. Sticky enough but doesn't over do it.Published on February 5, 2014 by Gholstwriter
The product is easy to apply and keeps my manuals looking good. I find it is tricky to get the stuff started to peel off the backing but it can be pulled up and reset onto the... Read morePublished on January 17, 2014 by mark nielsen