How to use a laminating film folder

Have you ever used one of my most favorite (yes, I know that isn’t proper grammar) products, the Quick Cover? Do you know what it is? No? Well, let me know explain.

The Quick Cover is a laminating folder or holder or pocket or whatever you would like to call it. It allows you to easily laminate a letter size piece of paper and create professional-looking documents in a snap. The front is super heavyweight clear plastic, while the back is Cleer Adheer laminating film. On one of the long sides, the plastics are already adhered together when you receive the product. All you have to do it insert the paper, pull off the liner and press the two plastic together.

Confused? So was I when rereading that explanation. I guess this product is easier to show how to use it, rather than explain it. So check out the video demonstration below.

In addition to using it in an office, it would make a great certificate holder for students.  Think about each child not only receiving a certificate announcing their passing of the spelling test, but to have it laminated in its own holder, too?  That student would feel so special.  Just a little thing that would go a long way.

Have more questions about the laminating film? Did you like the addition of the video to this week’s blog entry? Please comment below.

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