How to cover a book with contact paper
How to Cover a Book with Contact Paper: 15 Steps (with Pictures)Skip to main content. Book Covering. In Stock. I used this to cover a number of paperback books that I knew I would read and reread. You need to figure out how to measure, cut and apply them. I found a process that worked for me. I like that I could pull the plastic off and reapply if I didn't get it right the first time.
Penny Flanagan January 11, There's a science to covering books in contact without a getting them stuck to the cat b creating more bubbles than are downed on New Year's Eve and c without losing the will to live. Fortunately, boffins have worked out that the key to book-covering success involves a simple, unsung tool: the humble ruler. Here's how Peel and fold back 4cm of the contact protective sheet, then lay the back of the book onto the contact leaving 2cm of the sticky bit overhanging.
How to Contact Paper a Book
Ever wonder how to neatly and beautifully cover your paperbacks with clear contact paper? It's simple and has proven to be an excellent method for preserving our paperbacks. Step One: Cut out a piece of Contact paper that will adequately cover your book. I put the book, spine down, in the middle of the sheet and flop it from one side to the other to make sure the paper is large enough to cover both the front and the back of the book. Cut about an inch above the book's top and make sure you have about an inch at the bottom, as you can see in the photo. Step Two: Peel all of the protective backing off the sticky Contact paper. Step 3: Center your book on the Contact paper and press down so the spine is covered well with the paper.