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No Glue CD Sleeve Natural 100Pk-Eco Natural

£9.60 £8.00

No Glue CD Sleeve Natural 100Pk-Eco Natural

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£9.60 £8.00
SKU
CD5N100-EcoNatural

DIMENSIONS:  125mm x 125mm folded. 

TO FIT: CD/DVD

THICKNESS: 27 0-300g 

RECYCLED CONTENT: 100% (except Ivory, 75%)

ORIGIN: UK / EU

PACK QUANTITY: 100 per pack

Product Overview

No adhesive required, self locking CD Sleeves made from recycled card in natural shades.

Holds one CD or DVD. Plain sleeves, un-printed. 

The board has a 'smooth' surface (suitable for screen printing, rubber stamping, letter press etc.) except the Ribbed Brown which has a ribbed texture.

Supplied flat, cut to shape and creased ready to fold, unglued ready to fold, self locking - no glue required - quick easy assembly, saving labour costs and time.

For matching bags & envelopes see 'Related Products'.

COLOURS AVAILABLE: 
Hairy Manilla, Eco-natural, Ribbed Brown , White.

COLOUR VARIATIONS:
Please note: Most of the recycled fibre used in our card stock is made from 100% post consumer waste, and a few of the colours can vary slightly from batch to batch. This is most likely to effect Eco-Natural and Hairy Manilla which are made from 'low grade' (the greenest) post consumer waste. These are not dyed or bleached using any chlorine, the colour is achieved by matching raw waste materials and so can vary in shade. We therefore cannot always guarantee a perfect colour match from order to order.

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Pack Quantity100
To FitCD/DVD
ColourEco Natural (Grey)
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Customer Questions
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Samples products are free but there is a small charge for delivery unless included with an order.

This is £1+VAT for UK customers.

You can have a maximum of 5 Samples per order.

Unfortunately we are currently unable to provide samples outside the UK. 

Recycled paper will vary between batches, we can't guarantee samples will match the next batch. Batches normally last 1 to 2 weeks.