You may not know this, but closing your binder can be a stressful
experience. Your pages might never be the same.
When you start to close a binder, the pages are on the outsides
of the rings, as shown above.
In order for the binder to close,
the pages have to be moved into the center of the rings.
there’s no way for that to happen except by tugging on
the pages, which can rip out the holes.
When you use Sheet Lifters, this problem is eliminated. When
the binder is closing, the Sheet Lifters act as levers, moving
the pages gently into the center of the rings. There is no
need for pulling, and no stress on the pages.
When you put
Sheet Lifters in your binder, the lifters use a lever action
to force the papers into the middle of the binder as you close
it. This makes closing the binder easier, and preserves the important
information in the binder.
If the papers
were important enough to put into a binder, doesn't
it make sense to spend a penny or two more and make them last
How to put Sheet Lifters in your Binder
Round or Oval Ring Binders require two Sheet
Lifters, placed as shown, one on each side, convex side up.
D Ring Binders require one Sheet Lifter, placed on top of
What do Sheet Lifters Do? Video
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