A quick and easy way to make a rain proof pouch for your mp3 player. This is especially useful if you don't own an iPod.
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Step 1: Go to Your Local Print Shop
The things that you need are a peace of transparency and a laminator. Cut your transperency about a half an inch wider than your mp3 player and twice as long. Then repeat making two separate pieces. Stack them and laminate them twice.
Step 2: Get Out Your Sizers
When you cut out your pouch for your mp3 player, make one cut right at the end of the transparensies. Always staying about a quarter of an inch from the pouch, cut off the excess plastic. Leave tabs centered where your mp3 player will rest so it can easily be attached to your clothing. I prefer snaps for attachment, they are quick and easy. Make sure to cut using rounded edges so as to not give an easy place for tears to start.
Step 3: How to Put on Snaps
When you put your snaps on the pouch, back them with a nylon strap so you don't tear out the snaps from the plastic. There are several tools to make the holes for the snaps. I used my soldering iron, because my hole punch wasn't cutting through the nylon strap. Now do the same for your coat where you want to mount your mp3 player. Now you are on your way in the rain for a few dollars. I have been using mine on my motorcycle in the rain, and the mp3 player is still working and dry.