Part of the problem is that Polyethylene plastics ( the PE part of LDPE ) are what you use when you do not want things to " stick " . That is why they can be hard to print to ( numbers wear of quickly etc. ) That limits you to what you can use as a sealer . Also you need a coating that is " soft " enough for the rotary cutter to bite .
In NO way do I recommend doing this ( do not think the results would be worth it , even if you could make it work ) , but you could try flowing on a coating of Envirotex . »eti-usa.com/envirotex-lite/ Once again , do not think the results would be worth it at all !
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Try calling a decal making shop for some clear plastic they use in decals. Ask them for x feet, and x inches wide. It'll probably cost you $5-10 bucks. It's tough stuff as well. -- "I fear the day that technology will surpass our human interaction. The world will have a generation of idiots." ~ Albert Einstein