Avery Reinforcement Label
0.25" Diameter - 200 / Pack - White - View Complete Details
Product Number: AVE05729
Estimated Delivery - 1 business day(s) - Tue 7/29 2 business days - Wed 7/30
Note: Note: Must buy in quantities of 24 starting at 384.
Estimated Delivery 8 business day(s) - Thu 8/7 - The products will be shipped directly from the Manufacturer and will require additional time for delivery. 8 business days - Thu 8/7 - The products will be shipped directly from the Manufacturer and will require additional time for delivery.
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Avery Reinforcement Label - Super-thin, reinforcement label rings are ideal for reinforcing or repairing punched holes in binder paper. Self-adhesive white rings reinforce without covering up information and are permanent. Handy dispenser peels each self-adhesive reinforcement off the roll, one by one. Apply the reinforcements to your standard-size, punched holes to provide a durable border that resists tearing. Reinforcement labels offer 1/4" diameter holes.
- Repairs and strengthens punched holes.
- Will not rip or tear.
- Comes in handy dispenser pack.
- Self-adhesive; peel and stick for permanent paper repair.
- Handy dispenser pack.
- Fits standard hole diameter.
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This item was one of my most highly requested when I was an Administrative Assistant. My staff loved them! There were mostly used in specification binders from the highway departments that were frequently used and were constantly having the pages ripped out. These were a lifesaver!!!
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Q:Does the one-quarter inch size refer to the interior or exterior diameter? What is the interior diameter if it is not one-quarter of an inch? Thank you.Asked on 7/9/2012 by Bryce from United States
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