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Magazine Storage & Display by Binding101.com

Magazine Storage & Display by Binding101.com

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Published by Tim the Tutor
If you are looking for a way to protect, store and display your magazines, then Binding101.com has just what you need.
If you are looking for a way to protect, store and display your magazines, then Binding101.com has just what you need.

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Published by: Tim the Tutor on Feb 16, 2012
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Magazine Storage & Display
By Binding101.com
Magazines can be expensive! And if you are a physician’s office where the magazines arehandled roughly and often on a daily basis, then it can be a costly thing to replace.Instead, cover your magazines with magazine binders, plastic magazine covers ormagazine boxes. If you are looking for a way to protect, store and display yourmagazines, then Binding101.com has just what you need.
Magazine Binders:
Magazine Binders are designed to accomplish all three: protect, store and display! They arecompatible with individual copies of magazines and clip-together easily withoutpunching holes or damaging the magazine integrity. These Magazine Binders are themost widely used form of catalog storage and presentation. These pamphlet bindersare excellent for waiting rooms, lobbies, libraries and anywhere else magazines arehandles on a regular basis or treated roughly. They are made with a heavy-dutyflexible clear vinyl front cover so you can see the front cover of the magazine, and astiff colored backing available in either black, red, blue or green backs. The spring-loaded steel binding mechanisms let you quickly replace old issues. They will holdstandard magazines with a sheet size of 8-1/2” x 11” and the overall bindermeasuring 9-3/8” x 12-3/8” with a 1-1/8” spine.
Plastic Magazine Covers:
Plastic Magazine Covers will accomplish the same thing as the magazine binders, protecting,storing and displaying magazines. These, however, use a slip-in design where thefront and back magazine covers are slipped into a plastic cover. These pockets,along with the spine strip, will hold your magazines firmly in place. They are alsoavailable in a wide variety of sizes, offering more versatility. Plastic Magazine Coversare made of a durable 7.5 mil polyester, are clear on the front and back, and featurea colored trim with metal corners. Choose from standard capacity or high-capacityfor thicker magazines.
Magazine Storage Boxes:
Magazine Storage Boxes are a great way to organize a waiting room and keep magazines off chairs and tables. They are available in a variety of styles that offer severalopportunities for display (front and side) or non-display (with an outer box or flip-top).Most catalog boxes feature reinforced edges making them perfect for stacking instorage rooms when not in use. They are acid and lignin free and, therefore,archival safe.
Custom Magazine Binders:

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