Letter Size - 1" Round Ring - 175 Sheet Capacity - White - View Complete Details
Product Number: AVE05760
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Note: Must buy in quantities of 12 starting at 60.
Estimated Delivery 5 business day(s) - Mon 5/8 - The products will be shipped directly from the Manufacturer and will require additional time for delivery. 5 business days - Mon 5/8 - The products will be shipped directly from the Manufacturer and will require additional time for delivery.
This product contains at least 30 percent postconsumer material.
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Avery Economy 1" 3-Ring View Binder - Discover sturdy simplicity in a convenient and lightweight package. This Economy View Binder offers a handy solution to your organization needs. Open and close the rings with ease to add or remove papers as needed. Metal round rings mounted on the spine hold pages securely. 1 ring capacity accommodates approximately 175 sheets. Tuck important handouts, pamphlets and other loose or unpunched paperwork into the two interior pockets for quick access. Each pocket holds up to 20 sheets. Put your personal stamp on the binder by designing a customized cover and slipping it into the overlays on the front, spine and back. You can find inspiration in the free, easy-to-use templates available online. Binder also features vinyl construction, a sturdy chipboard core and exposed rivets.
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Comments about Avery Economy 1"" 3-Ring View Binder:
These are well-made, I've had one for several years with no signs of wear or stress.
I don't need to purchase this size of binder often, but when I do I always get the Avery brand.
I just wish they came in more colors...
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Q:How can you clean the clear vinyl covers? People slap stickers on them and now we are wanting to re-use them and slide printed material in the cover and spine but the sticky stuff is hard to get off. Please advise.
A:We use WD-40 or equivalent to remove sticky stuff. Use that little straw to aim and don't overdo it because you need to clean off the WD-40 residue/odor afterward if you get it all over. There is a product that costs more per ounce, called GOO GONE, but WD-40 is easier access.
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