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If you need paper or boxes for your business or to use at home, there are many retailers and wholesalers that can help. You can buy new or recycled, and choose between a variety of sizes, shapes, and colors. Below are some popular terms used to refer to everyday paper and boxes.

  • Corrugated Cardboard – Corrugated cardboard consists of one sheet of paper board that has been folded into a wavy shape and then reinforced by one or two flat outer boards. It is popularly used to make shipping cartons and storage boxes.
  • Stationery – Stationery consists of things like paper, writing instruments, office supplies sold by a stationer or office supply store. Stationery stores typically have a large selection of writing materials, including decorative paper and fancy pens that can be given as gifts.
  • Tissue Paper – Tissue paper is very light weight paper that is used for decoration gift bags or to wrap delicate items for shipping. Tissue paper used to shipping is typically a neutral color. However, a variety of brightly colored, pattered, and shiny tissue paper is made for gift giving.
  • Wrapping Paper – Wrapping paper is used to cover gifts to add surprise to gift giving. Wrapping paper is typically brightly colored or features designs. It is often birthday or holiday themed.
  • Take Out Boxes – Take out food cartons are on hand at almost all restaurants. Wax paper, doggie bags, Chinese food cartons, and pizza boxes are all widely used. Standard variations of many of these products are available wholesale, as are custom varieties that can be made in specialty sizes or with custom printing to advertise a business.
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    Paper has become one of the most universally used materials in the world. It is created from moist fibers that are pressed together and then dried into sheets. Some paper fragments have been discovered dating back centuries. Today, it is created on a larger scale in mills. While paper has a lot of uses, one of the most common items produced from paper are boxes. They are available in various sizes. Boxes are popular in part because they are easy to fill, wrap, decorate and move. There are multiple types of paper boxes. Most are made out of fibrous materials such as recycled paper, cloth and wood. The two most common are cardboard and corrugated fiberboard. Cardboard, sometimes known as cardstock, is thicker than regular paper. This material can be single layer, or stacked for a more durable material. These cartons can be found in grocery stores. Food items like cake and donuts are generally transported and stored in cardboard packages. Gift boxes, tissue boxes, party favors, as well packages for apparel, are also made of cardboard. Most people mistakenly call corrugated fiberboard cardboard. These boxes are actually more durable than cardboard cartons because they are much thicker. It is made of a combination of wavy layers with one or two flat liners. They are commonly used for shipping gifts and other items through the mail. They are also popular storage containers for people who need to move or relocate, because they are easily stacked. Since it is such a strong material, it is also trusted to hold fragile items such as wine bottles. Next time you reach for a tissue or wrapped package, you will know what type of box you have in your hands.
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