Smead Recycled Pressboard Classification File Folders

Letter - 1 Divider - 4 Fasteners - 2" Capacity - 10/ Box - Red - View Complete Details

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Smead Recycled Pressboard Classification File Folders - Heavy-duty classification folders with one divider are made with a high percentage of recycled material for the environmentally conscious office and make ideal project files. Sturdy, 25 point Pressboard has Tyvek tape in a matching color. Heavy-duty classification folders make excellent project files. Ideal for personnel, real estate, accounting or banking files. Sturdy Tyvek gusset expands to hold 2 of material. 20 point, kraft stock divider is fully taped to gusset. Classification folders also offer 2/5-cut right of center tabs, 2" prong-style fasteners in positions 1 and 3 and 1" twin-prong fasteners on both sides of the divider."

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Smead Recycled Pressboard Classification File Folders
 
3.7

(based on 15 reviews)

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67%

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Not bad at all

Saw the other reviews, quite frankly I'd be surprised if it was as thick as some of the other more mainstream brands, but honestly it works great. I know it's more expensive, but...Read complete review

Saw the other reviews, quite frankly I'd be surprised if it was as thick as some of the other more mainstream brands, but honestly it works great. I know it's more expensive, but really I buy it for another reason, not because I'm concerned with what I wipe mybutt with. Although if it was bad, I would definitely not use it...

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Seventh Generation's worst product

This is the only Seventh Generation product I won't buy again. Have used Charmin Ultra (and formerly White Cloud) for my entire life, so I may be spoiled. This stuff is really...Read complete review

This is the only Seventh Generation product I won't buy again. Have used Charmin Ultra (and formerly White Cloud) for my entire life, so I may be spoiled. This stuff is really bad on the bum when you're having to use more than the usual amount. It requires using 3-4 times as much to avoid the thrill of your fingers or moisture going through. I'd really rather buy recycled. I'd really rather support a business with values more similar to mine. But this is where I excuse myself.

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4.0

Concern about tubes

By 

from Undisclosed

Comments about Smead Recycled Pressboard Classification File Folders:

I'm pleased with the product and am planning to switch to the non-bleached. My concern though is with the prominent competitor advertising of no-tube rolls: Extremely powerful, incremental improvement re: waste. I hope to receive here some word on what 7thGen is doing in this regard.

 
1.0

Irritating

By 

from Seattle, WA, United States

Comments about Smead Recycled Pressboard Classification File Folders:

I am sensitive to whatever is used in this toilet paper which is not listed. It shreds up in the skin and becomes irritated and itches. Formaldehyde? http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2860827/

 
2.0

Quality Drop

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from El Cerrito, CA, United States

Comments about Smead Recycled Pressboard Classification File Folders:

We buy in bulk and have been long-time purchasers, very happy with this product. Not anymore. This product has gone through a noticeable change, and is now too thin for its intended purpose. If things return to the customary thickness, we'll post again and return as customers. Otherwise, we'll have to find another solution.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Please bundle rolls in paper, not plastic

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from Lakewood, CO, United States

Comments about Smead Recycled Pressboard Classification File Folders:

I like the product, especially that it's 50% post consumer waste. However, the plastic packaging is not environmentally friendly.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Please bundle rolls in paper, not plastic

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from Lakewood, CO, United States

Verified Buyer

Comments about Smead Recycled Pressboard Classification File Folders:

I like the product, especially that it's 50% post consumer waste. However, the plastic packaging is not environmentally friendly.

 
3.0

Ok, so it's not cottony soft

By 

from Undisclosed

Comments about Smead Recycled Pressboard Classification File Folders:

It's effective, and it's good for the planet. My gripe is this: how much smaller are you going to make the sheets? They are 4x4 now? There also seems to be more air between the layers so it "appears" as though the role is the same size. I definitely have to check square footage, etc., more carefully now. But the narrowing of the roll? THAT has to stop! (I indicated "yes" I'd buy again, but I'm not sure actually.)

 
2.0

Too thin

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from Kansas City, MO, United States

Comments about Smead Recycled Pressboard Classification File Folders:

I hope they change this product, as it is really inferior to the other quality products they offer. The toilet paper rarely tore at the perforations and would rip so unevenly, to the point it would take more paper each bathroom visit. Although the sq.ft. ratio to price was comparable, after normal bathroom use requiring more paper, the cost equation changed to more expensive. I hope this feedback helps them make a better toilet paper to carry their quality name.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Chlorine-free for sensitive skin

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from Tulsa, OK, United States

Comments about Smead Recycled Pressboard Classification File Folders:

I had to find toilet paper that doesn't use chlorine because I have extremely sensitive skin. This one works great without causing irritation. It's not as soft as the "mega roll' brands, but it's totally worth the trade off. It's just a bonus that it's recycled!

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Cheaper than you might think (sqft)

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from Texas, United States

Comments about Smead Recycled Pressboard Classification File Folders:

You have to look at square footage, which I had never done until 7th gen purchase. 7th gen is 800sqft in 24 double roll pack (or 33sqft/roll), name brand is 425sqft in 24 double roll pack (17sqft/roll). I'm reading the reviews and people are saying they use TWENTY sheets per wipe? I was hesitant too on my first roll, but as I progressed through the pack, I got more adventurous and the paper didn't fail me. Use the same amount as I did with P&G brand.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Saved the day!

By 

from Indiana

Comments about Smead Recycled Pressboard Classification File Folders:

I have allergies to inks, perfumes and chemicals. This TP has saved the day for me. I was having some rather serious and unpleasant problems with the name brands. All of these issues began to be relieved immediately. I am so happy I found this brand.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great chemical-free alternative for sensitive area

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from Tulsa, OK, United States

Comments about Smead Recycled Pressboard Classification File Folders:

I have Interstitial Cystitis and switched to 7th Generation toilet paper (and Ultra Thin pads) so I can avoid the fragrance/chlorine/chemicals/etc. that are in most toilet paper. This product does the job efficiently and doesn't cause urinary tract irritation/itching.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

The T.P is sturdy!

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from Salinas, CA, United States

Comments about Smead Recycled Pressboard Classification File Folders:

7th Gen T.P. is sturdier than all of the rest. It is quite important to me to have strong toilet paper! And you know the reason why. Thank you 7th Gen.

(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Not bad at all

By 

from Huntington Beach, CA, United States

Comments about Smead Recycled Pressboard Classification File Folders:

Saw the other reviews, quite frankly I'd be surprised if it was as thick as some of the other more mainstream brands, but honestly it works great. I know it's more expensive, but really I buy it for another reason, not because I'm concerned with what I wipe mybutt with. Although if it was bad, I would definitely not use it...

(8 of 12 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Seventh Generation's worst product

By 

from Detroit

Comments about Smead Recycled Pressboard Classification File Folders:

This is the only Seventh Generation product I won't buy again. Have used Charmin Ultra (and formerly White Cloud) for my entire life, so I may be spoiled. This stuff is really bad on the bum when you're having to use more than the usual amount. It requires using 3-4 times as much to avoid the thrill of your fingers or moisture going through. I'd really rather buy recycled. I'd really rather support a business with values more similar to mine. But this is where I excuse myself.

(5 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Last a long time, but way to thin.

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from Dallas, TX, United States

Comments about Smead Recycled Pressboard Classification File Folders:

I love the fact that this product lasted much longer than my normal toilet paper brand but, it was terribly thin. You have to use a lot every time (probably 20 sheets) but it's not that uncomfortable. Generally speaking it is the same thinness you will see at places such as convention centers, work, gas stations or most places that buys in bulk. I hope they come out with more than 2 ply toilet paper.

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