|Global Product Type||Sheet Protectors-Punched Ring Binder Sleeve|
|Sheet Protector Type||Ring Binder|
|Insert Size||8 1/2 x 11|
|Number of Holes Punched||3|
|Stitching||Reinforced binding edge.|
|Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Total Recycled Content Percent||0%|
These Universal Sheet Protectors are archival quality. They are entirely blank; the sides are plain white with no additional imprinting.
Though we do carry unpunched protectors, you may need clear file jackets, as opposed to sheet protectors. File jackets are landscape-oriented, like file folders. So you can add and remove documents without taking the whole jacket out of the file folder. Polypropylene (or poly) jackets are lighter than the vinyl options. These clear poly jackets may fit your needs best:
You can shop all our clear poly file jackets here.
Dry erase markers will work on almost any smooth surface. The problem is erasing the marks off. There's no 100% guarantee that any marker will erase cleanly when used on surfaces other than dry erase boards. However, bit of rubbing alcohol usually works to get rids of stubborn stains.
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