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Great for wrapping up breakables
About Me Quality Oriented
Comments about CareMail� Greenwrap� Protective Packaging; 13x26:
I love that it is environmentally friendly and that it works great!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Issaquah, WA
About Me Value Oriented
Great idea, works well, but it gets pricey if you need to mail a lot of items.
My Cat Loves this Stuff!
from Long Beach, CA
I am sure it is great for wrapping things, but I really bought it because my cat loves this more than anything else. She loves to sleep under it and she loves to play with it!
Good Green Option
By Sweet Sapphire
from Bordentown, NJ
Good 'green' alternative for packing material. Good for light padding, but wouldn't trust it for glass or fragile items.
Handy Product complementing Bubble-wrap
By Marko LeHenry
from Springfield, OR
Used in packing glass and ceramics. Providedprotection in pieces where bubble-wrap or foam wrapwold not stay in place.
Staples goes green
By penny pincher
from Nazareth, PA
Used as a cupcake liner for a Halloween costume.
Great dishes wrapper.
By Lazy boy Mac
from New Jersey
This wrapper was used to wrap dishes for shipping and the shipping was smooth without a scratch or breakage.As with all wrappers you will have to tape the ends to keep it well secured. What is great about this item is that it is hard like a cardboard but in the form of a mesh which makes it easy to use,and can be used over and over again.This is not like a bubble wrap you may have to wrap an item twice to get that perfect wrap but it gets the work done.The greenwrap stands up to it`s name It is biodegradable and that is good for the environment.
Equal Protection, Less Bulk
from Cleveland, OH
Product provided equal protection as bubblewrap, However it doesn't bulk up the envelopes as much.
By " a printer"
would make a great stage prop!
Great way to ship "Green"er
from Atlanta, GA
While this is a great start to reducing the amount of plastic used in shipping, bubble wrap would still be my preference for fragile items whose surfaces might easily be scratched. While the tissue paper on one side should be used against the item, I feel it is still a little coarse for items prone to surface scratches.
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