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COMBRDM Features: -Fits magazine size boards. -White, coated on both sides. -100 % archival safe. -100 per pack. -Ultra Pro Board and Bag collection. Product Type: -Whiteboard. Mount Type: -Wall Mounted. Size: -Mini - Up to 2'. Application: -Commercial. Color: -White. Country of Manufacture: -United States. Frame Type: -Unframed. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -11". Overall Length - Side to Side: -8.5". Overall Product Weight: -5 lbs.
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My only complaint is that these boards don't come in a box. You get a giant stack of them, but they're shrink-wrapped, which means once you tear the plastic off, you have a hundred loose boards, with nothing to keep them contained. If you aren't planning to use all of them right away, it could be a problem. Also, because of the lack of a protective box, the top board had a damaged edge.
In general, I'm happy with this purchase. Not sure if I'd buy again---I guess it depends on whether I can master the art of fabric-wrapping. But my husband collects comics, so if I can't use all of them, I'm sure he'd be happy to take them off my hands!
I have been using pins (to keep the fabric from coming undone) on fabric I know I will use very soon, but I'm afraid to keep them on long (will they rust?). If I don't know when I will use the fabric, I have been using painter's tape to secure the fabric. I would love to know what other quilters or fabric lovers use to keep the fabric attached to itself!