At Octopus we supply a broad range of packaging supplies and tissue paper is just one of many ways to protect your valuable items.
Natural White Acid Free Tissue Paper
Natural white acid free tissue has had the acid removed during manufacture. This helps with the preservation of legal documents or works of art for longer periods of time. Acid free tissue is available in either natural white, bleached white white or coloured and in a size of 500x750mm, which is slightly smaller than A1 size. The weight of the acid free paper is 17gsm. The natural white paper is packed in reams of 480 sheets.
Coloured tissue paper is also acid free and comes in a pack of 25 sheets. The size of the coloured tissue is 750x500mm, which is just a little less than A1 size. The thickness of the coloured paper is also 17gsm and supplied in small convenient packs of 25 sheets.
We supply white recycled paper for wrapping or filling fragile objects. It is suitable for wrapping a large variety of items, but is not suitable for wrapping metals.
Our recycled tissue is also biodegradable, which makes it more environmentally friendly than the acid free type. The weight of the recycled tissue is 18gsm, slightly thicker than the acid free. Supplied in bulk packs of 480 sheets.
Bleached White Tissue
Bleached white acid free tissue is brilliant white and ideal for high quality products, where presentation is key. The bright white 16gsm sheets are bleached to give the paper a feel of quality. Supplied in convenient quantities of 25 sheets per pack.
Tissue Paper Uses
People use tissue paper for a wide range of applications, whether it be wrapping, filling, interleaving between books or protecting valuable items. Tissue paper is great for wrapping silver, gold or other jewelry items.
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