Waterproof Business Cards
Conventional business cards hardly seem like the perfect choice when working in environments that punish traditional printed paper. Especially if your business revolves around water, snow, or the outdoors in general.
Would you believe you can now print your business cards on waterproof paper? It's not only waterproof, but also tear-resistant, and tough enough to withstand the rigors of frequent use. With our synthetic paper, you can still show fine details and it folds easily for convenient handling.
Our bright white, ultra smooth synthetic paper combines the versatility of traditional paper with the durability of plastic. It's well suited for most environmental conditions with resistance to water, grease and other contaminants.
Waterproof – Unlike conventional paper, aquaproof paper does not absorb moisture. Even when completely submerged in water, an aquaproof business card will retain its strength and structural integrity.
Tear Resistant – The multi-layered polymers used to create aquaproof paper offer a more dimensionally stable substrate than the cellulose fibers of conventional paper. Neither wind nor water will harm an aquaproof business card.
Long Lasting – aquaproof synthetic paper is extremely durable and scuff-resistant. Its ultra-smooth finish does not absorb moisture, oil, or stains. When soiled, aquaproof business cards can be easily wiped clean.
Flexible and Foldable – aquaproof paper resists wrinkles from frequent handling. Plus, aquaproof business cards can be folded if desired.
Razor Sharp Detail – aquaproof paper holds ink colors extremely well. Since there is no ink spread or absorption, business cards can be printed with precise details.
Environmentally Friendly – Made from inorganic compounds, aquaproof paper is totally “tree free.” aquaproof paper is also 100% recyclable.
What Types of Business Cards will Benefit from aquaproof paper?Water Sports Industries
- Wake Boarding
- Surf Shops and Surf Instructors
- Ski Resorts and Ski Shops
- Dive Shops and Dive Guides
- Kayak Shops and Kayak Guides
- Outdoor Photographers
- Boat Dealers and Marinas
- Outdoor Excursion and Guide Companies
- Plus any other outdoor-oriented industry that may function in damp or dirty conditions