Other than that, your local micro-center may do for you some custom prints on that matter.
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What a shame. At least you got to yours soon after the leak.
I hope you saved the wet covers! A new cover isn’t going to help you if they are on a shelf.
I was given about 50 lps that were below a water leak, sat wet for a long time.
Covers wet, some mold, some paper so thin it fell to pieces, mold on the LPs.
BUT, the edges of the covers were in decent shape, could read them if packed on a shelf.
I dried everything out, sprayed and brushed the mold off as best as I could, washed the mold off the lps in the sink with dish detergent, dried in dish washer rack.
This is how I learned about Jazz before spending money on some music I knew nothing about.
So, the most important identifier, the cover edge was maintained, then, when individually played, a proper cleaning of the LP and new inner sleeve.
I went to my LRS’s sidewalk sale yesterday looking for used $1 or $2 records, not for the record but for the jacket to replace some I have that are old and fraying.