Rite In The Rain DuraRite Waterproof Loose Leaf Paper

Waterproof loose leaf paper, 4 5/8" x 7", 100 sheets, journal pattern (For use with 200 & 210 binders)

Features

  • Journal pattern for easily arranging notes
  • 100 waterproof sheets in a convenient size
  • Arrange and rearrange your data sheets in a binder
List Price $20.25
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Rite In The Rain DuraRite Waterproof Loose Leaf Paper is available to buy in increments of 5
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Rite In The Rain DuraRite Waterproof Loose Leaf Paper692 Waterproof loose leaf paper, 4 5/8" x 7", 100 sheets, journal pattern (For use with 200 & 210 binders)
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DuraRite is a synthetic paper created for use in extreme conditions. It is actually waterproof and can even be used under water.

This is the only loose leaf that you'll want to take under water. Add, remove, or file your DuraRite loose leaf sheets. These sheets are sold in packs of 100 sheets. For use with binder No. 200 or 210.
  • Size - 4 5/8" x 7"
  • Pages - 100 sheets
  • Weight - 0.5 lb. PK
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