I was so happy to try the products from STEMSFX. They have heavy duty folders and zipper bags in a variety of colors, which are great for homeschooling, regular schools and color coding office work. I received a small compensation for a sponsored post opp to purchase a 12 pack of STEMSFX Clear Heavy Duty Plastic Folders at a discounted price. I was happy to do it, because wanted to start organizing my husband’s doctor’s paperwork as well as my blogging business (review) paperwork.
These STEMSFX Glass Twill Plastic Folders are awesome. Made from durable, water-resistant plastic material that help protect documents from water and moisture. These heavy duty folder have two pockets which will hold any office or school presentation, homework, projects, important documents and other paperwork up to approx. 100 sheets. These folders also have built-in card slots on the inside flap which makes it easy to hold any business card contacts.
STEMSFX Clear Heavy Duty Plastic folders are perfect for the organized office worker, teacher, administrative staff, or student looking to stay organized and productive. The folders are available in a variety of vibrant colors which allows for easy color-coding of projects and presentations. Colorful folders make filing and organizing more fun and exciting! They are made from 100% recyclable material which is moisture and stain resistant, non-stick, and will not transfer any toner from printed materials. These folders can be great file folders that allow for better organization of papers and reports and to archive and store letter size documents.
Measuring 9.5” X 11.5”
Holds approx 100 sheets of standard size paper
Water and moisture resistant
Stylish and professional
12 Pack of STEMSFX Clear Heavy Duty Plastic folders in 4 different colors.
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