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Protecting consumers with WeLove2Print

Printing agency WeLove2Print has opened up about its use of the new Boss Bloc anti-bacterial laminating film from Vivid Laminating Technologies, saying how the product has allowed it to create print that is safe to use during the ongoing novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.

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WeLove2Print has used Boss Bloc to create products such as menus, business cards and flyers

The Leicester-based company has used the film to produce items such as menus, business cards and flyers – all of which are seen as high-touch products that could potential spread Covid-19 from person to person.

Boss Bloc is produced to ISO 22196 standards, which Vivid says means that its customers can be assured that both them and their clients are protected.

Kunal Pabari, operations manager of Welove2print, explains that by using the film to produce printed materials, this has allowed more business to safely reopen their doors after the Covid-19 lockdown.

“It was vitally important for our customers to try and keep their experience as normal as possible,” Pabari says, adding: “Thorough cleaning after every use wasn’t and option and neither was single use items as it became too expensive. So, we set out to find an alternative and Vivid provided us with exactly that

“Our clients have been very happy. There has been no impact on quality, Boss Bloc looks great and works exactly like a standard laminating film but with the huge added value and benefit of it being anti-bacterial and eliminating 99% of bacteria.

“The film a great selling tool and a win-win solution for both us and customers.”

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