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CLEAR CELLO BAGS to fit: A5 148 x 210mm (SELF ADHESIVE)

CLEAR CELLO BAGS to fit: A5 148 x 210mm (SELF ADHESIVE)
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Code: CS216155
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A Polypropylene Sleeve Bag with a fold over flap of approx. 1" designed to fit an A5 card blank. These clear film bags give that finishing touch and avoid greeting card and envelope being damaged or soiled. Very qood quality.

Actual Size: 155 x 216mm + 30mm Flap.

Please note: Contents are not included and are for demonstration purposes only.
The product images on the screen are representative, and the colour may differ from the actual product. If you wish to place an order, we recommend you request a physical sample.
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Great value and selection range, especially compared to other sellers
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Great envelopes- always manage to find the size I want. Super selection.
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Exactly what I wanted. Always a pleasure buying from Ideal Envelopes.
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Anna on 16 Jun 2022, 3:51 AM
Can I fit a thin A5 magazine or comic book in this?
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We would probably recommend a C5 cello bag (Code: CS167) for an A5 magazine due to the thickness (see link below) but you can request samples of any of our products through the sample request link at the bottom of every webpage.

https://www.ideal-envelopes.co.uk/poly_sleeve_bags_to_fit_c5_162_x_229_mm_envelope_self_adhesive
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gkj on 30 Oct 2020, 6:18 PM
are the cello bags recyclable or biodegradable?
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These bags are recyclable but unfortunately, not biodegradable.
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