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No-fuss Contact paper glue

No more fiddling with sticky contact paper!
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Children and adults alike have struggled throughout the ages with that frustrating clear or coloured contact paper, and it is one problem after the other: getting stuck, cutting it too short, not cutting enough, getting stuck again, finishing off with what looks like a piece of bubble-wrap...

But here comes a new product to save the day (and your schoolbooks)! Contact-glue - just apply it to the surfaces, leave the book to dry and voila - a covered book without the traumatic ritual of Contact Paper. Your books will thank you for it!

vixsyaoen, Aug 22 2004

Book-A-Roo Covers http://www.bookaroocovers.com/
Stretch book covers, as described by DrCurry. [jurist, Oct 04 2004]

Book Sox http://www.booksox.com/
Probably the actual product DrC referenced. [jurist, Oct 04 2004]


       what are you saying? you paint it on? I suppose you are talking about clear varnish which is baked.   

       I sympathise with the problem though.
po, Aug 22 2004

       Onion soup sticks.
skinflaps, Aug 22 2004

       Carrot sticks and celery sticks I've heard of, but onion soup sticks?
FarmerJohn, Aug 22 2004

       Your idea is glue?
harderthanjesus, Aug 22 2004

       What you actually need is a book sock - a stretch cover that fits any size book, no glue needed, but which appears to be either too new or too mundane to have made it ono the Internet yet.
DrCurry, Aug 22 2004


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