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All right, boyos. I have a problem and I want a profitable solution. I have a ton of transparent (non-dyed) lamination sheet scraps (plastic scraps) due to some printing and lamination operations. How do I turn a bunch of plastic sheet scraps into a profitable retail item? Obviously etsy-shit is the easy answer. I'm considering anything, really.

shred it all and use as fine confetti for art projects?
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>>58478281
Dump it in the ocean, not your problem.
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>>5847828
Live stream yourself eating it and shitting it out.



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