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Use Synthetic Material to Print Waterproof Booklets

Booklets can be used for a variety of purposes. They’re often used to print catalogs, brochures, portfolios, and lookbooks, as well as many other types of materials that are printed on paper and do well in book form. But there are more possibilities for booklet printing when you consider creating them with synthetic material.

waterproof fishing guide

The synthetic material option has a strength and durability that paper can’t quite match. Synthetic material resists tearing and can stand up to the rigors of creasing, folding, and unfolding with minimal cracking. It’s also waterproof so it can go places where regular paper could be at risk of damage due to moisture. Not only is the synthetic material durable and waterproof, it has exceptional ink adhesion, amazing image resolution, and consistent print performance.

Concerned about the environment? Synthetic material is entirely man-made, manufactured without the use of trees or water. It’s created without the use of toxic agents such as bleaching chemicals.

What types of booklets might be made better if they’re constructed of synthetic material? Anything that you’d like to be durable or waterproof, including:

  • Swimming lesson plan
  • Pool safety rules
  • Beauty tip booklet
  • Safety guidebook
  • Exercise booklet
  • Sports playbook
  • Cookbooks
  • Menus
  • Boat manual
  • Fishing guide
  • Hunting handbook
  • Camping guidebook
  • Animal watching guidebook

Synthetic material is available for saddle-stitched booklets, spiral bound booklets, wire coil booklets, multi-page pieces, and single pages. If you’d like to see and feel the materials, contact Smartpress via phone or through the sample request page.

If you have any questions throughout the process, contact our customer service representatives, available Monday-Friday, 8 A.M. – 5 P.M. CST at 888.934.6909.  They will eagerly assist you with whatever you need to get your print job done.

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