REVLAR Premium Blank Menu: White 11"x17" 10.7 Mil Matte

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REVLAR Premium Blank Menu: White 11"x17" 10.7 Mil Matte

Rigid polyester material

Can be used safely around food; it has been FDA approved as a food contact substance (FCS)

Compatible with dry toner laser printers

Affordable, more aesthetically appealing and faster to produce than laminated materials

SKU(s): 511-250-1117US-wpm

Please call us at 1-800-777-7359 before ordering to ensure you have the proper printing capabilities


REVLAR Menu: White 11"x17" 10.7 Mil Matte (250 Sheets)

$351.00
  • Buy 2 for $316.00 each and save 10%
  • Buy 10 for $310.00 each and save 12%
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REVLAR Waterproof Menus are durable, weatherproof, chemical-resistant, washable and tear-proof. They are made from the same synthetic material as our standard REVLAR waterproof paper. These menus are easily cleanable, which makes it possible to sanitize them. They are ideal for any environment where frequent/rough handling and wet conditions are common, such as restaurants, bars and hospitality establishments. Waterproof menus are designed to replace the tedious and costly process of laminating paper.

Click here to view our online waterproof menu guide.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Applications No
Style Sheet
Pre-Fold No
Size 11 x 17
Thickness 10.7 mil
GSM No
Finish Matte
Free Ground Shipping No
Order Upload ? No

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