* WCSAMTTM = "We can send a man to the moon," a common preface to "why can't we..." when I was growing up in America. Had I grown up in Russia, it probably would have gone something like "Íû ìîæåì ïîñûëàòü ÷åëîâåêó ëóíå, òîâàðèùàì, ïî÷åìó íå ìîæåò ìû..."**, but that's another story.
** I apologize
for the faulty font transmogrification that has inadvertently reduced this to gibberish. The people responsible have been sacked.
Where was I? Stroll the aisles of any modern office supply store, and you'll find two things - products to make speciality forms, such as business cards and brochures, with a laser printer - and vinyl notebooks, binders, and other apparatus to hold papers, many of which are printed with the aforementioned laser printer technology.
Now, what happens when you put the two together (and try to take them apart later)? Laser toner shadows all over your vinyl products, sometimes even bits of paper stuck on because the vinyl/toner/paper sandwich is fused together so tightly after being tossed into the trunk of a car or whatnot.
The intended surface (paper) and the problem substrate (vinyl) is so unlike that I can't imagine it would be that difficult for a good chemist to make a laser printer toner that would work in existing systems and not stick to vinyls. I for one would cheerfully pay a premium for this kind of toner cartridge.