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Menu Covers

Menu Covers

The main task of menu covers for restaurants and cafes is to protect the inner part from damage and to provide fastening of sheets with their convenient replacement. There are a variety of materials for making covers. McDonald Paper Restaurant Supplies offers options from heavy paper with lamination to folders of leather, wood, plastic, or fabric.

Options for Menu Covers 

The simplest and the most economic variant of a cover will be the dense laminated or design paper. We suggest using lamination with a peel-off guarantee, glossy or matte to choose from wholesale, this is the best way to protect the cover. 

The most popular types of stitching the menu block to the cover, in this case, would be:

  • staple, 
  • metal spring,
  • expanding rings. 

The design of the cover from heavy paper could be anything to your taste from full-color printing to foil stamping and silk screening. The format of such a cover usually has the size of an A3 sheet - 420x297mm.

A more durable and convenient menu cover option is of course a folder made of heavy laminated cardboard, faux eco-leather, genuine leather, fabric, wood, or plastic. 

Popular sheet fasteners in such restaurant menu covers would be:

  • metal ring clip, 
  • bolts on the outside or inside of the folder, 
  • a variety of ropes and rubber bands with color options, unzipping rings
  • file folders. 

To make a wooden menu book cover, a strip of leather is glued in the spine connecting both parts of the folder, on which the block fastener is placed.

Design and Materials for the Menu Cover

With the huge selection of cafe menu covers at McDonald Paper Restaurant Supplies, you are sure to find the perfect product to meet your needs. 

Designs on such menu covers as folders:

  • Laminated folders - full-color printing, foil stamping, and silkscreening.
  • Natural and imitation leather - foil stamping or blind (blind).
  • Fabric covers - full-color printing, foil stamping, and serigraphy.
  • The wooden menu covers - are usually for applying images engraving and silkscreen.

For plastic, it is almost always full-color digital printing.

In the restaurant business, every detail counts! DIY menu covers are another way to demonstrate your commitment to improving every aspect of customer service. 

Menu covers also provide a proper presentation, keeping paper menus crisp and clean even after repeated use.

When deciding which DIY menu cover to order for your menu, feel free to contact our company. Quality products and experience allow us to offer a huge number of different material options and ready-made solutions for any budget.