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    Does anyone know where to get some white or blank bands to write on and stick on cigars?
    Yes I know I could nittygritty cut some myself and glue on, but that will bore me to death

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hookmaker View Post
    Does anyone know where to get some white or blank bands to write on and stick on cigars?
    Yes I know I could nittygritty cut some myself and glue on, but that will bore me to death
    I got mine on here:

    http://www.heartfeltindustries.com/p...nk+Cigar+Bands


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    Quote Originally Posted by gojira View Post
    I got mine on here:

    http://www.heartfeltindustries.com/p...nk+Cigar+Bands


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    Have you used them yet? I bought them too and the adhesive was rubbish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeeJay View Post
    Have you used them yet? I bought them too and the adhesive was rubbish.
    Yeah it's not the best. But I find that by cutting off a tiny bit of the glued side of the band makes it stick better. They are holding on pretty good since I do this.
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    I use a Brother PTouch 1080 which I had about the place, I think that model is discontinued now, but the labels are perfect width, and you can determine the length of label to print out. Cut back an edge of the adhesive backing and wrap it around your cigar...

    https://www.brother.co.uk/labelling/...abellers/pth75

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    I have a ptouch at work and the labels are really sticky.. doesn't it damage the wrapper when removed?

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    If you search the archives I think I added a link to a template you can print off and use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHAMZ84 View Post
    If you search the archives I think I added a link to a template you can print off and use.

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    You did! I remember printing it off then putting in the drawer and forgetting about it. The joys of growing old!
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    Quote Originally Posted by frrb View Post
    I have a ptouch at work and the labels are really sticky.. doesn't it damage the wrapper when removed?

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    Don’t remove the whole protective sheet, just cut one edge off the backing sheet from one of the ends. Most of the protective sticky sheet you leave in place

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeeJay View Post
    You did! I remember printing it off then putting in the drawer and forgetting about it. The joys of growing old!
    You're not old...just an experienced botl

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