Many people see waterproof paper as something only specialists in select fields would ever need, but it’s actually ideal for a wide range of applications and situations. No doubt you’ve just rolled your eyes and thought “well they would say that”, but it’s true and we’re going to prove it to you by highlighting 5 practical uses for Rite In The Rain waterproof paper.
As you can imagine, most of the questions the team here at Any Weather Paper are asked relate to waterproof paper and its many uses. Some of these questions are pertinent while others can only be politely described as being less so. Either way, Waterproof Paper is our business and we always answer each and every single question to the best of our ability. We get asked quite a few questions so we thought why not address some of the more common queries and post the answers publicly for the world to stumble across while searching on Google.
Rite In The Rain have become known around the globe for their waterproof notebooks, but they should be equally recognised for their dedication to sustainability and environmental conservation. For instance, though they are incredibly strong, durable and can be written on underwater, Rite In The Rain All-Weather paper is a natural product that can be recycled along with any other type of paper. Unfortunately, the same cannot always be said about other waterproof paper products.
Established over 100 years ago, Rite In The Rain are specialist manufacturers of waterproof notebooks, paper and writing tools. Capable of being written on in any weather and even underwater, the sheets that make up Rite In the Rain books and pads are naturally durable and hard-wearing, as they are designed to withstand just about everything nature could throw at them. In spite of its inherent resilience, however, Rite In The Rain paper is not indestructible and can still become creased like any other piece of paper.
The official UK stockists of Rite In The Rain notebooks, Any Weather Paper also offer products from respected brands such as WeatherWriter and Ortlieb to ensure that our customers are able to find exactly what they’re looking for in terms of waterproof paper, notebooks, and pens.
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