Quality Park 100% Recycled 10" x 13" Catalog Envelopes

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This product was manufactured in the United States.

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This product contains at least 30 percent postconsumer material.

Quality Park 100% Recycled 10" x 13" Catalog Envelopes - Eco-friendly catalog envelopes are made from 100 percent recycled post-consumer material. Design features chlorine-free stock and a Redi-Strip closure. Redi-Strip self-sealing envelopes require no moisture to seal. Simply peel off the backing along the pre-applied adhesive on the flap and seal.

  • Commercial grade for packets, catalogs and booklets.
  • To seal the Redi-StripĀ® closure, simply pull back the strip and fold down the self-sealing flap.
  • Kraft paper, most notably known for its tear-resistant durability, is a safe choice for professional mailing.
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Paper too thin, tears easily

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Pros

  • Conceals contents
  • Easy To Seal
  • Secure Seal

Cons

  • Fragile
  • Tears Easily

Best Uses

  • Everyday Mailing
  • Mass Mailers
  • Thin flat lightweight

Comments about Quality Park 100% Recycled 10"" x 13"" Catalog Envelopes:

The paper is very thin and tears easily. Not good for anything bulky or heavy, but probably OK for thin flat lightweight stuff like brochures. Adhesive seal seems secure, but the paper will probably tear before the seal gives way.

  • Primary use:
  • Personal

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