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Copy or laser print your own all-weather forms, charts, maps, and worksheets on patented "Rite in the Rain" All Weather Copier Paper. Now you can have the convenience of using your existing data sheets on a paper that can survive in any weather condition. For just pennies a sheet, "Rite in the Rain" enables you to work effi ciently, regardless of the environment. Paper is 20# bond weight. Completely recyclable wood-based paper! Not for ink-jet printers. Copy or laser print both sides!
Rite in the Rain anything is guaranteed to please. I purchased this for creating field datasheets and printing my fishing license. Read morePublished 1 month ago by electricquad
Ok, to start this is high quality water proof paper. I purchased it to use in my laser jet printer to print survival tip sheets, navigation aids etc. Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. L. Tasco
This stuff is indispensable when you work in the field, but make sure you use a waterproof pen with it or it won't work well.Published 2 months ago by T-Bird
nice experiment - going to use for my geocaching logs from now on!Published 2 months ago by Heather B
We use it with a laser printer and put up sheets in plastic outside for long periods of time. They stay great. No runny ink or ripped paper.Published 3 months ago by steve d
Used this for small boat ocean field work. This paper literally saved my PhD thesis. Regular paper would not have held up. Read morePublished 5 months ago by alanna
does not hold any rigidity when wet. Might be good for mist. But not for wet conditions.Published 7 months ago by Matthew P Huber