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ClearBags 5-7/16x7-1/4" Crystal Clear, Protective Polypropylene Storage Bags, No Flap, 100 Bags

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About ClearBags

Made from Biaxially Oriented Polypropylene (BOPP), a superior material that does not easily rip, tear, wrinkle, or fog like other plastics. Bag sizes indicate the opening side as the first dimension. +- 1/16 size tolerance. 1.6 Mil wall thickness. Archive safe.

ClearBags Features

  • Crystal Clear Bag with NO FLAP or adhesive.
  • Acid and lignin free.
  • USPS approved.
  • Contains 10% recycled polypropylene.
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Reviewed by 3 customers


These Bags Are An Excellent Product


I use these for retail sales. They're perfect for the customer to easily inspect the prints without having to open and reclose sealable envelopes.




Have used clear bags with a flap but these are easier to work with and obviously easier to put cards in without the flap. Nice way to preserve your cards and keep them free of handling.

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Makes my notecards look professional


These bags are perfect for protecting photo notecards that I make and sell. I use Strathmore blank cards and envelopes and the bags are a perfect size. It is easy to put the card and envelope in the bag, but they are tight enough so the card won't slide out. Before I saw them, I was concerned that the card could slide out, as there is no flap. But now, I wouldn't use anything else. They are crystal clear, so my cards look professional in them.

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