How Surveying Our Customers Led to New Opportunities During COVID-19

Like many companies, COVID-19 changed our business. In order to adapt and quickly respond to the needs of our customers, we did a survey. We’re sharing our findings and the actions we took.

Like many companies, COVID-19 changed our business. Beyond the obvious and immediate changes – shifting the majority of our staff to a work-from-home model and implementing new health and safety practices for the staff that needed to remain on-site – we also shifted our 2020 plans and priorities. The ability to adapt and quickly pivot became critical.

Wildly reliable through good times and bad

One of the ways that we achieve our “wildly reliable” mission is through open communication and the relationships we build with our customers and vendors. We leaned on that foundation as the reality of the pandemic set in; our instinct was to reach out to customers to check-in and see how they were doing. During these conversations, we swapped stories about homeschooling our kids, we listened to fears about vulnerable family members and we empathized with the lack of certainty about the future.

Oftentimes, the conversations would turn to their business’s challenges and needs. In some cases, the needs described were easily solved by a product we already offered and we could share that solution.


EXAMPLE: 
Customer need: safety signage that can be easily sanitized
Existing solution: REVLAR synthetic paper


Occasionally, customers would mention a challenge that we didn’t have an immediate solution for, like face shields or OSHA compliant floor graphics.

Learning from our customers

In order to get a more clear picture of the demand for these products within our own customer base, we decided to conduct a survey. (Disclaimer: This survey was a small sample size and wasn’t designed to answer questions about any industry. We conducted it to learn more about our own customers.) We began collecting data in mid-May, when many states had stay-at-home orders in place. Much has changed since then, but many things have not. The results are interesting and worth sharing.

Industries Surveyed


The majority of responses came from businesses like print shops, distributors and manufacturers, which were deemed essential and remained open during shutdowns.

As a result, these responses primarily came from companies that remained open and on-site. “Have not closed” was the most common phrase in response to the open-ended question: “What steps are you taking to reopen (or reconfigure) your business to ensure safety?” In the word cloud below, you’ll notice other top mentioned tactics included social distancing measures, face masks and more frequent cleaning.

Our open-ended questions yielded responses that showed varying perspectives on this pandemic, which was no surprise. It suffices to say that attempting to strike a balance between economic impact and employee/customer safety was top of mind for most businesses.

In demand products

As we mentioned earlier, one of the main purposes of this survey was to gain some insight into the demand for products that we were most often hearing about in our anecdotal conversations with customers. Below are the responses to the question: “Does your company need any of the following to reopen?”

Survey Responses Products

From survey to action

These responses confirmed that we should do some research and approach our partners about face shields and floor graphics. (Our expertise with plastic paper and labels aligns us more with those products than you might initially think!) We were able to get them manufactured and now offer face shields and non-slip floor decals on our store. 

We also took the insight gained from this survey and created a COVID Response Catalog, which contains all of our safety solutions (and ideas for how to use them). Do you have any other suggestions for products or services we should offer? Let us know and flip through our COVID Response Catalog.

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Laser Check Printing: MICR Toner vs. Standard Toner

When printing checks, it’s always best to use MICR toner in a MICR printer. We don’t recommend ever using standard toner or a standard printer. Why? Because meeting ANSI standards is important. It shows that you have done your due diligence to prevent fraud, which could protect you from liability later.

MICR toner is similar to standard laser printer toner, but it includes an iron oxide additive. This allows for electronic processing and ensures compliance with American National Standards Institute (ANSI) specifications for readability. While it is possible to physically print checks with non-MICR toner, there are several important issues to consider first.

Why is MICR toner best?

Financial institutions read checks optically and/or magnetically, using MICR. But there is no guarantee that a check printed using non-MICR toner will be handled by a bank that uses optical technology. If that bank only uses magnetic technology, a non-MICR toner check may need to be processed manually or even returned as unreadable. In either case, the processing time will be increased and additional processing fees may be charged.

MICR Toner and MICR Printer

Why is it important to use a MICR printer?

Just like it is possible to print checks with non-MICR toner, it is also possible to print checks using a standard laser printer with a MICR toner cartridge. But we do not recommend that you do that. To be sure that you are meeting ANSI standards, it’s best to use MICR toner in a MICR printer when printing checks.

Manufacturers of standard laser printers cannot guarantee that the MICR line will be readable or usable, whereas MICR laser printer manufacturers can make that guarantee. In addition, MICR printers can offer a host of security features—including paper tray or printer locks—that prevent unauthorized users from printing checks. A special security cartridge, which can be removed and stored in a secure area after use, can ensure that authorized signatures, company logos and font information remains protected.

MICR = fraud prevention

Using MICR toner and a MICR printer ensures that an organization has done its due diligence to prevent fraud. An organization that does not exercise due diligence risks their own security and may be ultimately responsible for any losses that result from the fraud.

Want to keep learning about MICR? You can learn more here. Interested in seeing what we offer? Check out our check options, MICR toner & MICR printers.

*This blog post was originally published in January 2011, it was updated and republished on May 31, 2019.

History of MICR – Magnetic Ink Character Recognition

While the MICR font is clearly visible on every paper check processed today, that wasn’t always the case. Prior to the mid-1940s, checks were processed manually. As the number of checks increased, finding an automated way to process them became essential.

While the MICR font is clearly visible on every paper check processed today, that wasn’t always the case.

Prior to the mid-1940s, checks were processed manually using either the Sort-A-Matic or Top Tab Key method. As the number of checks increased, finding an automated way to process them became essential. The development of standards that could be used to ensure uniformity in financial institutions across the country was also needed. By the mid-1950s, the Stanford Research Institute and General Electric Computer Laboratory had developed the first automated system to process checks — MICR.

What exactly is MICR?

MICR stands for Magnetic Ink Character Recognition. MICR is a process by which documents are printed using magnetic ink/toner and special fonts to create machine-readable information for quick processing of paper-based payments. The 65 digit line of numbers and characters that make up the MICR line is printed in the area 0.625 inches from the bottom edge of a check.

Check example with MICR

The special MICR font that is used in North America is known as E-13B. When positioned in the proper location, the characters printed in the MICR font allow check readers to scan the appropriate bank and customer account information to facilitate automated check clearing by financial institutions.

Back to the past: the adoption of MICR

MICR – including the E-13B font printed in magnetic ink – was established as the standard for negotiable documents by the American Bankers Association (ABA) in 1958. By the end of 1959, the first checks had been printed using magnetic ink. The ABA set MICR as its standard because machines could read MICR accurately and MICR could be printed using existing technology. In addition, documents printed with MICR technology remained readable, even through overstamping, marking, mutilation and more.

In 1963, the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) recognized the ABA’s standards as the American standard for MICR printing. Although compliance with the standards is voluntary in the U.S., the financial industry considers them to be the definitive method by which to determine the acceptable quality of a negotiable document. Financial institutions, businesses, government agencies or other organizations who do not meet the ANSI MICR standards may be forced to pay additional fees and charges.

MICR today

To this day, businesses still depend on MICR technology for the security needed to combat the threat of check fraud, especially in the digital age.

In addition to manufacturing, printing and issuing checks, MICR technology is also used to print financial forms and related documents, such as image replacement documents (IRDs), negotiable orders of withdrawal, bank control documents, credit card invoices, insurance payment booklets and direct mail or instant rebate coupons.

Want to keep reading about MICR? You can learn more here. Interested in seeing what we offer? Check out our check options, MICR toner & MICR printers.

*This blog post was originally published on October 2011, it was updated and republished on May 28, 2019.

What Is a Pressure Seal Form and How Does It Work?

With pressure seal, you can create, process and deliver mailed pieces without an envelope. In fact, by eliminating the printed envelope (and the related folding, stuffing and gluing) from the process, pressure seal is a more cost-effective, green alternative for office mailings.

When it comes to mailings, are you looking to reduce costs for materials, labor and postage? Of course you are! What if we told you that you could also increase productivity by reducing processing time? Sounds ideal! Pressure seal technology makes it not only possible, but easy! With pressure seal, you can create, process and deliver mailed pieces without an envelope. In fact, by eliminating the printed envelope (and the related folding, stuffing and gluing) from the process, pressure seal is a more cost-effective, green alternative for office mailings.

What is a pressure seal mailer exactly?

You’ve definitely seen pressure seal mailers before! They are sealed on the sides and have perforations that allow you to open the mailer. Like this:

How is a pressure seal form created?

Pressure seal requires a one-page, self-sealing document—such as a form or a check—and a folder/sealer machine to fold and seal the document. The forms can first be printed on an office laser printer and then fed through the folder/sealer machine. Unlike other types of mailers that require heat or liquid for sealing, a pressure seal document is sealed through pressure. Folding aligns patterns of cohesive, which is applied to edges of the form during manufacturing. When the folded form passes through a series of sealing rollers that apply pressure, the cohesive is activated, creating a seal.

Wait, what is a cohesive?

Unlike standard adhesives, a cohesive requires that two patterns be placed on top of each other to create the bond. Cohesives adhere only to each other and only when very high pressure is applied. This technology alleviates the risk of damaging a printer with a more traditional heat or water-based glue on the form. Pressure seal forms emerge from the folder/sealer securely sealed and ready to mail. In fact, this security is one of the reasons that pressure seal forms have significantly higher open rates than a traditional direct mail piece.

Examples of documents you can send using pressure seal:Pressure Seal Form Examples

  • Checks
  • Utility bills
  • PIN information
  • Test results
  • Invoices
  • Medical bills
  • Transcripts
  • Tax forms
  • Past due notices
  • Marketing pieces
  • Statements
  • PIN information
  • Recall notices

 

Regardless of what you’re sending, ULTRASEAL self-mailers offer a more cost-effective and time-saving solution to traditional envelopes or other types of mailers. For additional information on pressure seal forms and equipment, watch this video, download our pressure seal whitepaper, contact us or give us a call at 800.777.7359.

Download Pressure Seal White Paper

*This blog post was originally published on November 8, 2010, it was updated and republished on April 19, 2019.

Printable Temporary License Plates

As more states move to tighten temporary plate regulations and incorporate security features to prevent fraud, dealers and DMVs are searching for the perfect new plate material. They have found it with REVLAR!

California has recently joined a long list of states that require temporary license plates when a car is purchased or leased from a dealer. In states where temporary license plates are not regulated or required, newly purchased cars might only display a small sticker, notice of sale or dealer logo placard while waiting for permanent plates.

Why are temporary license plates important?

Small stickers and notices can’t be photographed or read from a distance. Dealer logo plates make the vehicles untraceable. This makes it nearly impossible for law enforcement to identify drivers, which is especially problematic in instances of hit-and-runs. Beyond the public safety concern, states also experience revenue loss when these vehicles pass through electronic toll readers. California estimates that it lost out on $15 million annually through toll evasion.

To address these concerns, more counties and states are moving to tighten temporary plate regulations and incorporate security features. Dealers must adhere to new local requirements, which sends them on a search for plate materials.

What materials are used?

Some dealers start off by electing to use cardstock or cardboard for their plates. That kind of material might hold up for a few days, but, over time, the elements are going to take their toll. Layers of the paper will start to flake off with moisture exposure, potentially damaging the printed numbers or barcodes on the plates beyond recognition. This means bad news for the dealer who was responsible for issuing the plate.

Temporary License Plate REVLAR vs cardstock

To completely avoid this issue, some dealers use synthetic paper. Why? Synthetic paper is tough:

Synthetic Paper Attribute icons

Once you have a truly durable temporary plate, you no longer need to worry about it lasting to its expiration date.

REVLAR is your choice

With plates made from our REVLAR synthetic paper, you have even more options:

  • Laser printable or inkjet printable versions
  • Choices in terms of materials, thicknesses and coatings
  • Options for cars, motorcycles, trailers, watercraft & recreational vehicles
  • Ability to incorporate overt & covert security features, such as:
    • Watermarks
    • Holograms
    • QR codes
    • Barcodes
  • Compatibility with open road tolling and electronic readers
  • Recycle as a #1 plastic
  • Perforations: so you can include information on the perimeter that you want the buyer to keep after tearing out the plate

Our experience with plates

We’re just getting started in California, but we’ve supplied temporary plates to dealers in Texas and Nevada for years. We have several templates available:

REVLAR Temporary Plate Templates

We actually worked directly with the Nevada DMV to set up a special purchasing program for their dealers. So we’re very familiar with what’s required!

If you’re interested in checking out our temporary license plates, click here or below. We’d love to chat with you about your options with various templates, materials and coatings. We will even send you some free samples if you like.

REVLAR temporary license plate consult

Relyco Celebrates 30 Years of Success and Service

We’re turning 30 this year! Mike Steinberg officially opened Relyco on April 1, 1989, with the simple goal of providing people with paper products and the kind of customer service he would want to receive. That mission still stands today.

2019 marks our 30th year in business! Mike Steinberg officially opened Relyco on April 1, 1989, with the simple goal of providing people with paper products and the kind of customer service he would want to receive. That’s why the company is named Relyco, which means “the company you can rely on.” By building the family business on a foundation of providing exceptional customer service, Mike Steinberg set the tone for putting customers first.

From humble beginnings

Mike in First Office
Mike in Relyco’s first (tiny) office

In 1989, Relyco was born in a small office barely big enough for two people. The company offered a handful of products, primarily focusing on B2B checking solutions. Mike Steinberg credits his family with helping to get the business off the ground:

“My family made real sacrifices in the beginning. We put everything into the business in the first couple of years. I spent a lot of time working and we didn’t take a vacation for the first five years. My family was incredibly supportive.”

To expansion and teamwork

Over the years, the hard work paid off and the team grew. With the support of a dedicated staff, the company became a leading specialty paper provider with over 30,000 customers, a large headquarters in Dover, New Hampshire and warehouses across the country. During this time, the company’s product lines were continuously diversified and grown to include synthetic waterproof paper, carbonless paper, pressure seal forms, personalized packaging, ID & membership cards and more. This overall transformation was made possible by an enthusiastic team of employees who have made it their mission to go above and beyond for customers.

With all this growth, Relyco is still a family business at its core

Last year, Mike Steinberg was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award from the University of New Hampshire’s Center for Family Business, which recognized the transfer of the business to the next generation. Mike’s son, Bruce Steinberg, serves as our current President. Bruce has his eye on the future:

“We are focused on keeping Relyco vibrant and cutting-edge. Currently, we’re cementing our footprint within the grocery, food & beverage and manufacturing markets while growing our eCommerce offerings. Our goal is to be the leader in the B2B world of print and we’re going to keep reinventing ourselves in this ever-changing world to make that happen. I know that teamwork is going to get us there. It has always been and will always be the most important driver for our business.”

As Relyco looks to the next thirty years, Mike Steinberg’s original mission for the business still stands: to be the company that people can rely on. That theme carries through to all aspects of the business, from how Relyco’s paper experts interact with their customers, to the company’s commitment to regularly giving back to their New Hampshire Seacoast community.

For more information on Relyco, explore our website, call 800.777.7359 or email info@relyco.com.

Relyco Celebrates 30 Years of Success and Service

What Our E-File Service Provides: Benefits & Security Features

In this final installment of our blog series on business e-filing, we dive into specific benefits and explain the security features of our e-file system. We’re talking data encryption, SOC-II certification and HIPAA compliance!

In this three-part blog series about e-filing year-end tax forms, we’ve previously covered the main advantages of the service and walked you through account set-up. In this post, we’ll wrap up the series by diving into specific benefits and security features of our e-file system.

E-File Service ProvidesSystem features

  • Streamline billing by “batching” forms into a separate order for each recipient*
  • You can set up multiple payers**
  • If there is an error when uploading your file, the system will alert you
  • Payers & recipients are stored for use next year
  • You have full access to recipient forms for four years
  • You can access all reports 24/7
  • TIN verification is included
  • Reprinting of forms is possible – this is helpful if an employee misplaces their W-2 and needs a copy, for example
  • You will receive an instant IRS notification of receipt when you submit
  • We e-deliver or print & mail to your recipients from our secure print facility
  • Online and phone support is available

*Recipients – the employees who receive the forms
**Multiple payers – entities within a company that need to file individually

E-File Service ProvidesWorried about security?

Authorized IRS e-file provider
We are 100% compliant with IRS regulations

Data encryption
We use a 256-bit encryption (the same as bank-level security) and each file is encrypted throughout the process

SOC certification
Our facility has achieved SOC-II Certification from the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

HIPAA compliance
Our facility complies with the latest HIPAA Security regulations

E-File Service ProvidesFinal benefit recap & key takeaways about e-filing year-end forms

  • Removes the need to purchase paper forms
  • Reduces the manual labor that goes into printing year-end forms in-house, which frees up time for other projects
  • Removes the need to upgrade your system if certain forms change

 

Take a look at a more comprehensive list of advantages here. If you’re interested in trying out e-file for your year-end forms, there is still time! Try it here. If you have any questions or other tax questions, please feel free to reach out to our tax expert, Michelle Blouin, here or by clicking the button below.

Tax Expert

A “Fresh” Take on Signage for Grocery Stores

In order to hold up to moisture and temperature fluctuations, signage in the fresh departments of grocery stores must evolve beyond standard paper or labels. Product and pricing signage in the produce, deli and prepared food section needs to be durable to survive.

For grocery stores, there is a huge potential for sales growth in the fresh departments. According to Nielsen research in 2017, top-performing grocery retailers “derive a larger portion of their sales from the fresh departments. In fact, nearly half of all food sales among top-performing fresh retailers comes from fresh products, compared with just 27% among bottom-performing fresh retailers.” Within the fresh departments, the expansion of prepared food offerings is a particularly beneficial tactic that is paying off for many of these top-performing stores.

Durable signage for prepared food is a must

If you plan to take this approach and focus on prepared food, then the need for effective signage will eventually follow. It’s a no-brainer that signage is extremely important in grocery stores. First and foremost, the customer needs to be able to see clear pricing and the product’s name. In order to hold up to moisture and temperature fluctuations, signage in the fresh departments must evolve beyond standard paper or labels; product and pricing signage in the produce, deli and prepared food section needs to be durable to survive.

Don’t waste time laminating

When faced with combatting wet conditions, many stores turn to plastic protectors or lamination for their signage. But lamination is costly, time-consuming and not that durable. With cracking, peeling and general wear and tear on a laminated sign, liquids will penetrate over time. This results in a sign that looks unattractive and unprofessional.

Regular signage vs. REVLAR signage

An aesthetically pleasing sign will draw potential customers in. A waterproof synthetic paper will achieve this look right out of the printer and without any additional steps to make it durable. REVLAR Premium synthetic paper is a waterproof, tear-proof material that has the look, feel and printability of traditional paper, but it is actually a #1 recyclable plastic. It will outlast any laminated piece by maintaining its appearance and integrity even with exposure to liquids, heavy handling or cleaning.

Meat juices have met their match

Beyond the wet conditions that accompany fresh products, there are also contamination issues and bacterial concerns. It’s important for grocery stores to be able to clean signage. With its waterproof qualities, REVLAR can be washed and sanitized with a cleanser.

REVLAR Premium is food-safe

REVLAR Premium is FDA compliant as a food contact substance (FCS), so it is proven to be safe if it directly touches food. This makes REVLAR Premium a perfect solution for deli counters/stations where signs are nestled in and amongst the prepared food, seafood and meat. This makes REVLAR’s waterproof characteristics and cleanability all the more helpful!

How else can you use it?

So we’ve primarily focused on product and pricing signage in this post, but we haven’t yet mentioned the other ways that REVLAR can be used in a grocery store. The material is versatile, which allows it to support a variety of uses. We’re talking loyalty cards, labels, tags, procedural/training manuals and recipe cards!

Why make recipe cards?

Many stores are finding success by grouping together products in a display that will make an entire meal. Take it a step further by creating durable recipe cards on REVLAR Premium for customers to take home with all of their ingredients! It’s an easy value-add that will delight and impress your customers and keep them coming back.

Interested in trying REVLAR Premium for yourself? Request our free Grocery Store sample kit here. It contains a variety of products to improve and grow your sales, including REVLAR Premium samples.

Sample Kits for Grocery Store

How to E-File: Simple Steps to Use Our Tool

To demystify the e-filing process, we created this quick video and blog post. You’ll see how easy it is to set up an account, submit a file and checkout. With our e-filing option, you save time, money and tons of frustration.

We know implementing a new way of handling your year-end tax forms might be overwhelming at first, but it also offers new solutions to old problems, which is incredibly freeing! With our e-filing option, you save time, money and tons of frustration. Honestly, what could be better during tax time?

How to file online

To demystify the process, we created the video above with our tax expert, Michelle Blouin. She cheerfully walks you through using our e-file site by showing you how easy it is to set up an account, submit a file and check out. And don’t forget: you can always create an account and look around in there for free and with no obligation. So explore away!

In addition to the video, we’ve created this user guide and written out the steps for you in more depth here:

Creating an account

  1. Go to relyco.efile1.com to create your account – the forms & fees tab explains pricing on the right side
  2. Click on sign-up in the upper right corner and enter your email address – you will be sent a link to create a password
  3. Once you create your password, hit confirm and this will bring you to your dashboard

Uploading a file

  1. From your dashboard, use the easy import tool to upload your data file – if there are any errors or missing fields, the system will flag it
  2. Once the data is uploaded successfully, you’ll be able to click to view your grand totals and summary reports
  3. On the Forms In Progress page, you can sort forms by selecting different types of forms and different payers
  4. After sorting the forms, you can select the forms you are ready to file and choose your filing option in the lower right corner before adding to cart. We offer three services for filing:
    • e-file, print & mail
    • e-file only
    • print & mail only

Checking out

  1. From your cart page, take note of the instructions in the yellow box at the top – if all of that is in order, click “proceed to checkout”
  2. Fill out your company and contact information on the screen that pops up
  3. You’ll be asked to give your payment details
  4. A final screen will show you the affidavit – check the box that says you agree and are giving us permission to file with the IRS
  5. After you hit submit, you can sit back, relax and we will take it from there!

Remember, if screenshots are easier for you to follow, make sure to take a look at our e-file user guide. If you would like to request a demo or have any questions about online tax filing, please feel reach out to Michelle Blouin, here or by clicking the button below.

Tax Expert

How You Can Use Waterproof Synthetic Paper

Wondering how you can use waterproof synthetic paper? Well, we’ve got ideas upon ideas – some from us and a few from our favorite customers! Think menus, parking passes, indoor/outdoor signage, maps, manuals, tags, labels, cards, tickets and more…

REVLAR Products In Use

As we mentioned in this blog post, when folks are first learning about waterproof synthetic paper, they often ask how it can be used. Most prospective customers want to hear about how others have used synthetic paper first, which sparks their own ideas. In the printing industry, these project ideas are called “applications.” Applications are examples of the ways that a material (or “printing substrate”) can be used in the real world as a finished, printed piece.

More brand options means more application options

The expansion of our REVLAR waterproof paper line now gives our customers more application options than ever! Each REVLAR product has unique characteristics that make it better suited to certain projects. For example, Soft’s silky smooth feel translates well for guides and brochures, while Premium’s FDA compliance makes for ideal food-safe deli picks and menus. Select, on the other hand, is a great alternative to Premium when cost is the priority.

Based on these considerations, we created a table to share some tried and true examples of how to use REVLAR. Please keep in mind, these are just ideas to get you thinking. The pairings of these applications and particular REVLAR products are just suggestions. It’s always best to reach out to one of our specialty paper experts to talk through your options and get a recommendation catered to your specific needs.

REVLAR Application Ideas, menus, food-safe menus, folded menus, recipe cards, placemats, ID tags, ID cards, Fishing licenses, Signage, posters, notices, temporary license plates, door hangers, removable labels, event passes, shelf wobblers, shelf strips, shelf sliders, race bibs, parking tickets, parking passes, hanging parking passes, charts, service tags, keg collars, maps, folded maps, blueprints, chemical drum labels, growler tags, emergency guides, food-safe deli picks, bottle neckers, retail tags, loyalty cards, reward cards, bookmarks, medical lab logs, medical forms, training manuals, field manuals, parts manuals, maintenance manuals
Please click here to enlarge the table

Stand out customers

Now that you’ve seen some general applications, how about some customer spotlights?

Playing cards from Ryan Rud-Cloud
Photo by Ryan Rud-Cloud

Ryan Rud-Cloud from White Rabbit Copy Service and Digital Printing in Indiana recently shared this photo with us. He’s using REVLAR to make playing cards! Rud-Cloud told us:

“We use REVLAR 10.7 mil for playing cards, business cards, and small outdoor signs. People love the fact that we have playing cards that they don’t have to worry about getting wet or even dirty because they know they can clean them. Make a great gift for kids or for being outdoors. I am a BIG fan of RELYCO.”

 

Sign photo by Patti Feeley
Photo by Patti Feeley

Patti Feeley from Ideal Concrete Block in Massachusetts is using our REVLAR labels as signage at her business. Because these labels are waterproof and weatherproof, they hold up outdoors! Feeley said:

“We use the adhesive backed REVLAR for product display signs, which allows us to customize signs as needed. Great customer service!”

 

 

Thanks for sharing these examples, Ryan & Patti! It’s always great to see our products in action.

Have we gotten those creative juices flowing with these applications? Do you have some ideas for how you can use waterproof synthetic paper? Request a full portfolio here to receive samples, datasheets and a waterproof paper guide. Ready to buy? Visit our online store.

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