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iGage Weatherproof Paper 8.5"x11" - 50 Sheets
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- 50 sheets of 8.5-by-11-inch waterproof paper for outdoor, marine, and field use
- Coated, porous synthetic film base absorbs ink in almost any situation, including underwater
- Works with standard ink pens, highlighters, permanent markers, and some inkjet and laser printers
- Bonds well with printer ink and toner to produce highly defined, richly colored images
- Prints beautifully on both sides; can be folded, glued, embossed, and laminated
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Because of the waterproof surface, the paper excels as a base for maps, signs, banners, medical charts, ID tags, hunting permits, and more. In addition, the material won't peal over time, so you won't need to seal any edges or laminate any printed pieces. The paper even folds and glues easily while fitting inside most copiers--just like traditional paper--and withstands both the embossing and laminating process should the need arise. So do away with paper and ink that run at the first sight of a sprinkle and protect your vital information with iGage's waterproof paper.
Note: The paper doesn't bond with pencil lead or certain types of inks (depending on the type of printer ink you use), so be sure to order in small quantities at first. This particular bundle includes 50 sheets of 8.5-by-11-inch paper.
Not recommended for large high speed Laser Printers
Top Customer Reviews
Fine images also don't print with good resolution either, with the ink "pooling" and bleeding fine elements of graphics together.
I am going to try different ink jet printer to see if I can get better results. I am disappointed in the performance thus far. I will update if results change.
After printing my first test map, I placed it under the faucet and ran water over it then rubbed it dry using a dish towel. It still looked good so I went onto an abrasion test. I scrubbed it with a wet Scotch Brite green. No problem! At lunch time I started my counter cover test by smearing peanut butter and grape jelly over it when making a sandwich. After washing the map with my dishes in detergent, it was good as new.
Evening time it became my cutting board when I cut meat and vegetables for a stir fry. Washed with the dishes again and the map looks fine. This mornings test did it in. Although I was able start the fire in my wood stove with the 8 1/2 by 11 map, I can no longer read it.
So I took a sheet of the paper and cut it in half before printing on both sides using a color laser printer. The I set out for some tests ...
I took the page outside to see how legible it was in direct sun light. Silly me - I forgot that it was drizzle and freezing rain. I carelessly dropped the page and it blew across the lawn before landing in puddle. When I leaned over to pick it up, I lost my balance and crushed the page under water and into some debris. I brought the page back inside to let it dry off.
Somehow it made its way to the dirty laundry pile and was tossed in the washing machine where is tumbled and was washed with laundry detergent for 59 minutes. It stayed hidden in the pile of wet clothes and was loaded into the dryer where it was heated and rolled for another 20 minutes.
The results of my ever so cavalier handling were some wrinkles (like all of my work clothes) and a few small specks of missing color.
The puddle test, washing machine, and dryer are all true tests I performed. While the final page had some folds and wrinkles, the truth is the page was still completely readable and good for service. I was more than surprised.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This paper works very will for printing durable color maps on an inkjet printer. I write on the backs with ball point pen, and neither side smears.Published 6 months ago by Denis
Using an Epson Artisan 1430 and the ink smeared and faded no matter how long I waited for it to set. The black ink looked gray after it was wet.Published 7 months ago by C. Bobb
This is the second package that I've bought of this brand of waterproof paper. I use it to print decompression tables for diving... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Delkarius
Works Great, needed paper to put inside a Construction Notice Board to protect it from the elements, rain and snow!Published 13 months ago by Eric L.
We needed this paper to work with an inkjet printer (as advertised). I does not work on either side. The ink runs. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Emily C Williams
Worked perfectly for recording data at an Open Water Swim Competition. Sheets got wet but they remained legible and intactPublished 15 months ago by Amazon Customer
This item was just what i expected and fit my needs perfectly.Published 16 months ago by Charity LaTray
Meh... rather soft and somewhat flimsy. My laser printer hated these. I pretty much ruined the whole batch trying to print double sided.Published 17 months ago by Chuck K
Printed a color topo map & black text using my Canon MG6320 inkjet. Ink smears all over and the paper gets soaked with water. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Motorlegs