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Aug 12, 2021
2021/8/12 23:21:05 (GMT) Greenwich Mean Time, London, Dublin, Lisbon, Casablanca, Monrovia
I've tended to find it isn't the height that causes the issues with slipcases (I'm a pretty accurate folder and never use the dotted lines!), it is the width when the books are pretty right to begin with. e.g. the 1st edition Companion and Guide fitted protectors fine, but the 2nd edition looked too tight (so I didn't try).
Aug 13, 2021
2021/8/13 0:17:43 (GMT) Greenwich Mean Time, London, Dublin, Lisbon, Casablanca, Monrovia
All dust jackets that aren’t in a slipcase get covered. I have done some slipcased ones but most are too tight, as Stu says.
Aug 13, 2021
2021/8/13 20:45:42 (GMT) Greenwich Mean Time, London, Dublin, Lisbon, Casablanca, Monrovia

Trotter wrote:

Brodart tends to be the suggested solution, they have a PDF on how to use their product on the website http://www.shopbrodart.com/_resources ... es/PDF/2017_BJC_Guide.pdf

This thread has links for getting them in Europe and the UK https://www.tolkienguide.com/modules/n ... t_id=32930#forumpost32930

Any thoughts on Demco book covers? I watched this video and it seems pretty straightforward. Since I yet have to start protecting all my books, straightforwardness is something I value.
Aug 13, 2021 (edited)
2021/8/13 21:11:44 (GMT) Greenwich Mean Time, London, Dublin, Lisbon, Casablanca, Monrovia
I had some Demco covers a few years ago. They were just the same as Brodart, basically. I also had some Australian ones called Unifold, I think. Basically all variations of the same thing, and none of them hard to use. I always buy the rolls of whatever product I am using, but the process of fitting any of these is basically identical.
Aug 13, 2021
2021/8/13 23:12:52 (GMT) Greenwich Mean Time, London, Dublin, Lisbon, Casablanca, Monrovia

Stu wrote:

I had some Demco covers a few years ago. They were just the same as Brodart, basically. I also had some Australian ones called Unifold, I think. Basically all variations of the same thing, and none of them hard to use. I always buy the rolls of whatever product I am using, but the process of fitting any of these is basically identical.

Thanks. I'll try them out next month , I'm looking forward to it!
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