Small Laminating Pouches (100 count)




Pouches are made from the best polyester/adhesive composition to assure high quality clear lamination. Protects your materials from dirt, moisture, stains, and abrasions. Pre-cut in a variety of sizes.

Corners of all pouches are rounded for safety and durability.

Don’t forget to check out our full line of Laminating Accessories; including Lanyards, Badge Clips, Luggage Straps, Neck Chains, Id Retractors, Slot punches and more.

Laminating pouches are most commonly sold in thicknesses of 3, 5, 7, and 10 mils. The 3 mil pouches are the thinnest, and can be folded easily. 5 mil pouches are slightly thicker, but are still easy to score or fold. Pouches that are 7 mils thick are quite rigid but are still slightly pliable. 10 mil laminating pouches are the most rigid and have a similar feel to a credit card or driver’s license.

What mil weight should I use?
A mil is one one-thousandth of an inch (0.001″ or 1/1000″). When referring to laminating film, this measurement indicates the total thickness of a single layer of the film (which includes both the adhesive and the film itself). Because most lamination applications are double-sided, the actual thickness of the film used will usually be doubled. For example, a document laminated with a 3 mil laminating pouch (or comparable roll laminating film) will have 3 mils of laminating film on each side of the paper, which is a total of 6 mils.; 5 mil would be a total of 10 mils.; 7 mil would be a total of 14 mils.; 10 mil would be a total of 20 mils.


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IBM: 2-5/16" × 3-1/4", Data Card: 2-21/34" × 3-1/4", Credit Card: 2-1/8" × 3-3/8", Business Card: 2-1/4" × 3-3/4", Drivers License: 2-3/8" × 3-5/8", Key Card: 2-1/2" × 3-7/8", Military Card: 2-5/8" × 3-7/8", Luggage Tag with slot: 2-1/2" × 4-1/4", Fish & Hunt: 2-15/16" × 4-1/8"

Mil Weight

5, 7, 10


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