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Astolante
« Reply #20 on: September 24, 2009 12:56:02 PM »

What a great idea! I live in the UK, so freezer paper is hard to come by.
A quick language question - I've looked on the net and seen pictures of contact paper (like freezer paper, it doesn't seem to be a UK thing, or not by that name Sad), and it looks like that plastic film with a paper backing that you can stick on books as a protective cover (sorry, probably a very bad description of that!). Does anyone know if this is the case? That's really cheap over here, and if it works...!

Thanks for the tutorial! It's very detailed and easy to follow, even without pictures! Wink

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« Reply #21 on: April 08, 2012 06:33:57 AM »

What a great idea! I live in the UK, so freezer paper is hard to come by.
A quick language question - I've looked on the net and seen pictures of contact paper (like freezer paper, it doesn't seem to be a UK thing, or not by that name Sad), and it looks like that plastic film with a paper backing that you can stick on books as a protective cover (sorry, probably a very bad description of that!). Does anyone know if this is the case? That's really cheap over here, and if it works...!

Thanks for the tutorial! It's very detailed and easy to follow, even without pictures! Wink



Contact paper is often clear.  It comes on a roll, and has a sticky back.  It has paper on it that peels off.  It is "supposed" to be used for lining cupboards or drawers, but in my house it gets used to keep all sorts of things somewhat water-tight.

I have seen it called "drawer liner paper" or "laminating paper". 

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