REVLAR Soft 12x18" 12 Mil Matte White

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REVLAR Soft 12x18" 12 Mil Matte White
$238.00
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REVLAR is perfect for wet, harsh and outdoor environments.
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•  Soft polyester material
•  Compatible with dry toner laser 
production, offset and flexo printers
•  Extremely easy to fold
•  The most cost-effective full synthetic solution
•  More affordable and faster to produce than laminated materials

SKU: 712-200-1218

*200 sheets per package

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Whenever printed materials will be subject to frequent handling, wet surroundings or extreme environmental conditions, waterproof paper is the best option. It holds up better than standard paper because it's a synthetic material that is made of plastic, yet it has the appearance, smoothness and printability of paper.

REVLAR paper is waterproof, tear-proof, durable, impervious to grease and chemicals, weatherproof and specifically designed to withstand high/low temperature fluctuations. It can be scored, punched or die-cut, which makes it extremely versatile.

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Applications No
Style Sheet
Pre-Fold No
Size 12 x 18
Thickness 12 mil
GSM 300
Finish Matte
Free Ground Shipping No
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