Step 1: First, according to the reference grid on the back of the cold lamination film, cut the cold lamination film slightly larger than the photo for later use;
Step 2; try to remove the dirt and dust on the photo. (Especially glossy photo paper, there must be no impurities, otherwise air bubbles are unavoidable)
Step 3: peel off the backing paper of the cold lamination film, pay attention to the most convenient to peel off from the corner.
Step 4: Lift one side of the cold lamination film, let the other side hang down naturally, align the photo as much as possible, let the drooping side of the cold lamination film paste the photo, and use your fingers to push it flat from the middle to both sides, and gradually lower the other side of the cold lamination film , At the same time, use your fingers to flatten from the middle to both sides until the entire cold laminating film is pasted with photos. (This step is the most important, directly related to whether it is flat or whether there are bubbles)
Step 5: Wrap your finger with the peeled back paper of the cold lamination film (the glossy side is outward), and use a little force to flatten, press, and press out possible air bubbles from the center of the photo to the surroundings. (If there are air bubbles that cannot be pressed out, use a fine needle to pierce a small hole on the air bubbles to let the air bubbles go).
Step 6; Use a utility knife to cut off the excess cold lamination film.