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(05-30-2012 02:16 PM)bostonsports1 Wrote: In the end all I give a sh** about is if my card is protected. To grip over some goo on a top loader is dumb if the card is delivered in good shape. I do love it when I get a nice a pretty mailday with a clean toploader that I can store away, but it's not going to sway my thoughts on a good/bad seller/trader, I recycle my crap toploaders all the time and I expect the next guy to do the same.
(05-30-2012 06:08 AM)ceocards Wrote: That's helpful, but certain tapes still leave behind the gooey residue.
There's simply no reason to use scotch tape on toploaders when there are multiple equally cost efficient alternatives...but I still get scotch tape on over 50% of the trades I get.
(05-30-2012 08:15 PM)jacobystealshome Wrote: im honestly flabbergasted that folks are that invested in the freakin toploader. if they are THAT important to you....then provide your own
you buy or trade for the card. if you want supplies, then trade for those
(05-30-2012 10:30 PM)ceocards Wrote: The worst is those that pile 4-5 top loaders and then wrap the whole thing in packing tape - it's IMPOSSIBLE to remove that tape without using a knife and then again I'm risking slipping and damaging the cards.
(05-30-2012 11:14 PM)slotman11 Wrote: as long as it doesn't damage my card, I am good, I put ALL my cards in a magnetic anyway and a bag to protect that... the toploaders that are good are filed later for mail outs, the taped ones go in the garbage where they belong...