What Are Page Protectors?
Also known as 'sheet protectors', page protectors are the clear film sleeve in which you slide your delicate document for safe keeping. You can showcase your hard work or preserve favorite memories with page protectors of all sizes, slipping them into albums, binders, scrapbooks and duo-tangs alike. Most page protectors have three holes on the left margin/ are pre-hole punched so that they may be snapped into books, binders and duo-tangs. For ease of use, most are top loading and should be on the list of essential office supplies. T
How To Seal Page Protectors
To keep your precious papers in pristine condition for the greatest length of time, it can be smart to seal your page protectors; this will eliminate dust or moisture from getting in, and ensure your documents last longer. Tracking down a wood-burning pen or using any of the clear tape available at your local CVS can help you to seal your page protectors. Employ the use of a ruler and scissors for straight cuts to separate sections of the clear film, and seal them with either the heat from a wood-burning pen or quickly and easily with tape. Most page protectors look like plastic sleeves that encase the document you're putting into them, and it opting for a non glare plastic sleeve makes it easier to read or identify. Choosing what sweet memories to tuck into each section will be the only hard part.
Are Page Protectors Safe For Photos?
Perfect for preserving photos, page protectors come in different weights to best showcase your snapshots. Depending on how often you will be accessing the pages, choose a weight that will best extend the life of your photographs. Super heavyweight page protectors come into play for pages you frequently access, whereas economy weight is lightest for an extra thin covering on photos you may rarely view.