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Post-it Super Sticky Notes hold stronger and longer than most self-adhesive notes so you can be sure that your message gets through. Have the confidence to leave important messages on multiple surfaces including computer monitors, office doors, and walls. Notes stick to almost any surface and don't fall off. Notes are also part of the Jewel Pop Collection and lined for neater messages and reminders. Paper used comes from well-managed forests where trees are replanted. Each pad includes 45 sheets.
Recycled Content: 0%
Assembly Required: No
Country of Origin: United States
|Manufacturer Part Number||4621SSAU|
|Manufacturer Website Address||http://www.3m.com|
|Product Line||Super Sticky|
|Product Name||Super Sticky Notes, 4 in x 6 in, Rio de Janeiro Color Collection, Lined|
Post-it Super Sticky Notes feature a unique adhesive so your notes will stick securely to more surfaces. Now you can stick your notes where they'll really get noticed - like monitors, doors and walls. With lines to keep your notes straight, the 4" x 6" note is a perfect size for capturing important details or list making. Super Sticky Notes hold longer and stronger than original notes, yet remove cleanly. The Rio de Janeiro Color Collection is expressive and dramatic with colors celebrating this Brazilian metropolis. All Post-it Notes are recyclable, and the paper in Post-it Notes is sourced from certified, renewable and responsibly managed forests.
|Packaged Quantity||4 Pad|
|Product Type||Adhesive Note|
|Number of Sheets per Pad||45|
|Flag/Note Size||4" Width x 6" Length|
|Front Ruling Type||Ruled|
|Additional Product Specifications|
|Full Product Specifications||Click to view|
|ProductTitle||Post-it Super Sticky Notes, 4 in x 6 in, Rio de Janeiro Color Collection, Lined - 180 - 4" x 6" - Rectangle - 45 Sheets per Pad - Ruled - Assorted - Paper - Self-adhesive, Repositionable - 4 Pad|
|Beach Audio Warranty|
This product was added to our catalog on Sunday, October 23, 2016.