Honeycomb Packing Paper
· Free 16 Fragile Sticker Labels, 100 Feet of Twine.
· Premium-grade materials. BPA & BPS Free.
·1.5X cushioning performance, ideal for packing and transferring fragile items.
· Eco-friendly packaging makes your product or gift look more simple and sophisticated
· Size : 15"x120'
16 Fragile Lables &Twine
1:1.6 Stretch Ratio
No Need Cut
Make Your Packaging more Refine
Honeycomb paper can be used for wrapping gifts, perfumes, scented candles, jewelry, flowers, fruits, electronic products, wine boxes, and other items.
How to use honeycomb packing paper?
- Figure out how much packing paper you'll need to protect the item properly. Tear or cut the necessary amount of packing paper off the roll.
- Wrap your item in packing paper until it is well protected. Depending on the fragility of the object, this may require wrapping it in one or more layers of packing paper.
- Stuff packing paper into things (such as cups, mugs, and glasses). This will safeguard the entire thing and prevent it from shattering.
- To keep the packing paper in place, secure it with string.
- As you put things in moving boxes, make sure to use extra paper to fill in any empty spaces. This will keep objects from moving while in transportation.
This eco-friendly alternative to bubble cushioning wrap is increasingly being used in e-commerce to ensure fragile products arrive intact. Besides, because of the honeycomb structure, honeycomb packing paper may efficiently prevent items' breakage during transit or movement while moving.
Wrap your valuables with the assurance of protection without the shame of plastic. The honeycomb packing paper is a biodegradable and innovative cushioning kraft paper. The honeycomb packaging paper degrades in around 120 days, and the raw components are FSC-certified.
Simply tear the required size from the honeycomb packing paper roll and twist it, squeezing gently to "fill" the object for better protection. Our honeycomb paper is ideal for packaging fragile or delicate things such as glassware, vases, plates, pottery, and so on to keep items intact and secure from colliding and shattering. Packaging paper can also be used to cover gaps between objects and the moving box to keep belongings from shifting during travel.