Avery Multi-Page Top-Load Sheet Protectors - Heavy Gauge - Letter - Clear - 25 ct.
About this item
- Clear sheet protectors
- Expandable holding capacity
- Acid-free, archival-safe and nonstick material
- Three-hole punched
- Diamond clear cover
Provide your papers maximum holding capacity with Avery® Multi-Page Top-Load Sheet Protectors - Heavy Gauge - Letter - Clear - 25 ct.
How Many Papers Can Avery Sheet Protectors Hold?
Avery Multi-Page Top-Load Sheet Protectors - Heavy Gauge - Letter - Clear are page protector sleeves that expand for maximum holding capacity. These clear sheet protectors are able to hold up to 70 pages of documents and papers. Also, the clear sheet protectors are made from durable materials to give you sheet protectors that offer multiple, long-lasting uses.
Convenient to Use
These document protectors provide you with easy use. All you have to do is conveniently slide your pages and documents into the top of the sheet protectors due to their top-loading capacity. Also, the clear sheet protectors are three-hole punched in order for you to conveniently use them with any standard three-ring binder that you have handy.
Are Avery Sheet Protectors Safe to Use?
Avery Multi-Page Top-Load Sheet Protectors - Heavy Gauge - Letter - Clear offer your documents a diamond clear cover that is acid-free, archival-safe and made from nonstick material. These critical aspects of your Avery sheet protectors allow you to safely store documents and archives for long amounts of time without having to worry about the documents becoming damaged. It's important to have sheet protectors that are acid-free because the acids on the materials can damage the documents and pages inside of the sleeves. Over time, the acid will wear down the ink and text on the documents and eventually render the documents unfeasible. If you're looking for clear sheet protectors to keep important documents and archives safe, be sure to use protectors that do not contain any acids. Also, it's important for the sheet protectors to be made from nonstick material. This is important because you do not want to have an increased risk of tearing your papers and documents while you're removing them from the protective sleeves. A sticky protective sleeve will increase risks for tearing documents.