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  • Material: Paper
  • Tipo de acabado: Cloth, Metallic
  • Embossing: Punto - FC
  • Size: 70x100
  • Color: Verde
  • Grammage: 125

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Geltex Reflejos Verde

Ref. BB0410664

Silky, iridescent, sensual… Geltex Reflejos is unique in the paper world. Made with long-fibre cellulose that affords it high strength, and mass-pigmented with a metallic acrylic coating, providing a premium image and making it the perfect finish for covering hardback books, rigid boxes or de luxe cases. Furthermore, its textile embossing prevents fingerprint marks, meaning that it is ideal for menus, diaries or notebooks. Its higher-grammage version affords it a premium appearance for flexible packaging, rustic covers or tags.


Hardcover Books
Rigid Packaging

Suitable for

Digital Printing
Hot Foil Stamping
HP Indigo
Offset Printing
Silk-Screen and UV Printing
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