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Old 03-18-2013, 03:35 PM   #1  
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Question For those that unmounted or store clingmounts in SU cases

I have a couple of sets from another company and am thinking of combining them into a SU case.. BUT.. I would have to store some on both flaps in the inside. I am concerned with doing so and long time storage will it ruin the images from indentations?

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If you use the thin ezmount( black) you would be able to get stamps on both sides or if it was bare rubber.
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In this case, no, its the regular ezmount.. I mean it works, I am just afraid of long time being pressed together it will cause damage
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I use the thin ez mount and will from now on. the stamps still have allot of clearance. I like that the stamps are thinner too. I also use regular dvd cases with no dvd holder. love them!!

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