Pure  Kraft Paper Pure Kraft 88gsm 750mm x 225 metre

Pure Kraft Paper 88gsm 750mm x 225 metre

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Pure Kraft Paper 88gsm 900mm x 225 metre

RecyclableFrom Sustainable Sources

Eco-friendly Pure Kraft Paper


900mm wide x 225 metres

Ribbed paper with a slight sheen on one side

Great as a strong masking paper for spraying cars, boats or yachts

From: £56.2000
Availability: In stock
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£67.44 inc VAT

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  • Pure Kraft is very strong wrapping paper with excellent burst and wet strength.
  • Not to be confused with cheaper but inferior imitation krafts.
  • 900mm wide x 225m long
  • 88gsm
  • Machine Glazed - slight sheen on one side
  • Strong masking paper to use when spraying yachts or cars
  • Eco-friendly, biodegradable and recyclable
  • Other widths are also available and some sheet sizes
  • For more information on Kraft paper, please see the fact sheet
  • Click here for Recycled Coloured Kraft and Recycled Brown Kraft paper
More Information
Made in the UK No
Recylable? Yes
FSC approved Yes
Free Delivery No
Length 225M
Width 900mm
Kraft paper is easily recyclable and compostable. Most, if not all, of Local Authorities will take paper with curbside paper recycling collections, but they must not be soiled with food, grease or other contaminants.

What does Machine Glazed mean?

Machine glazed paper has a slight sheen on one side. This finish is produced by allowing the wet paper to dry against a highly-polished metal cylinder. It doesn't affect the recylability of the paper.

Can I use an 88gsm Kraft Paper as masking paper for spraying and painting cars and boats?

Yes you can. Our 88gsm Kraft paper makes the perfect masking paper to prevent overspray or to mask off an area on a boat or car that needs to be protected from spraying. Marinas use our Kraft paper to mask off areas like the antifouling area during hull respraying, and visa-versa.