Geami Paper Bubble Wrap
The method works by converting the paper – die-cut into thousands of horizontal slits – into a 3-D honeycombed web of angled cells which is amazingly strong and shock-absorbent. Once pulled through the dispenser, the paper packaging provides superb cushioning material for packaged or boxed goods. When used as void fill it stops items from shifting around in the shipping box. It’s safe to use on glass, china or delicate surfaces, thanks to an integral layer of white tissue which is dispensed simultaneously with the paper. You don’t need scissors or adhesive tape either to secure the wrapping, as you simply intertwine the angled cells together.
The space-saving Kraft roll, 85m long before expanding, gives you 135m when expanded, width 50.8cm. The tissue interleaf is 30.5cm wide. The honeycombed paper is extremely easy to tear off and handle. You can mould it round individual objects or safely bundle them together by wrapping and rolling each item as you go, all along the dispensed paper. As it is so flexible, it can easily be wound around large or awkward items and crossed backwards and forwards for additional protection. It can be twisted into a snake to protect handles or folded over and tucked into glasses to protect the rims.
Made from sustainable natural material, this eco-friendly all-round packaging is fresh, clean, and recyclable – convenient and easy for customers to dispose of, too. The Geami paper bubble wrap system combines an effective green packaging option with an appealing organic presentation. The natural appearance of packaged goods in the box can be enhanced by tying with raffia or simple cotton ribbons.