Can You Laminate Your Medicare Card?

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Yes, you can laminate your Medicare Card. Medicare Cards are made of heavy paper and tend to get frayed or ragged around the edges. By laminating your card, you will make it last longer.
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1. Choose the card material. The best card material for a laminated card is a sturdy card stock. While laminating the card will protect it from some damage, laminated cards can still
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