Material to wrap a project with?

I am building a project that has dimensions of roughly 2 inches by 2 inches by 1 inch. There are plenty of LEDs, exposed wires, etc. that I want to cover up. Does anyone know of a material that I could wrap this in, perhaps a sort of heat shrink for it all? It does not need to be protect it from being submerged underwater or form a protective barrier for being dropped. Hopefully something a little more professional looking than bubble wrap. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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chip1235 years ago
How about cling film?
Hammock Boy (author)  chip1235 years ago
Does it shrink? That is the one appeal of heat shrink.
The stuff I have does, but there are different types that are made of different plastics which may not. If you have some already, just give it a blast with a hair dryer/ some other heating implement and see what happens. Worst case, it doesn't work and you need to find something else.
Hammock Boy (author)  chip1235 years ago
Does it shrink? That is the one appeal of heat shrink.
blkhawk5 years ago
You can try an Altoids can or a small plastic enclosure for your project.
onrust5 years ago
Find a plastic bag to fit your project.
RavensCraft5 years ago
Plastic soda pop bottles will shrink if you apply heat
with a hair dryer or heat gun.
Maybe you could cut two plastic rings from the plastic bottles
Shrink one ring around four sides (assuming its square-ish).
Then shrink the other plastic ring around the other exposed sides.
Burf5 years ago
Use shrinkwrap or shrinkwrap bags, there are pages of them listed for sale on eBay.