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Rite In The Rain DuraCopy Waterproof Laser Copier Paper

Rite In The Rain DuraCopy Waterproof Laser Copier Paper

Description

100 sheets of waterproof copier paper for extreme conditions sized for use in standard copiers and laser printers.

Features

  • For use in extreme conditions
  • Waterproof and can be used underwater
  • Letter sized pages (8 1/2" x 11") for use with any standard copier or laser printer
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$71.45
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$64.31
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DuraCopy is a synthetic, heat resistant paper created for use in extreme conditions. Completely waterproof, DuraCopy can be used in wet or humid weather. DuraCopy ensures that you can read and write in the most extreme conditions and can even be used under water.

Copy or laser print your own waterproof forms. Ideal for any extreme situation. Use in your photocopier or laser printer on both sides. Not for use in ink-jet printers. 4 mil.
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Rite In The Rain DuraCopy Waterproof Laser Copier Paper 6511 Waterproof laser copier paper, white, 8.5" x 11", 100 sheets
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