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3M Extreme Post-its 3 Colour Pack 76x76MM

3M Extreme Post-its 3 Colour Pack 76x76MM

3M

Post-it® Extreme Notes are designed to stick to textured surfaces and stay in tough conditions. Communicating in the toughest conditions just got easier.

Code: 692930000


3M

£5.29 Pack of 3 (ex. VAT)

£6.35 inc. VAT
Size 76 x 76MM
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3M Extreme Post-its 3 Colour Pack 76x76MM

When conditions make communication tough, Post-it® Extreme Notes make leaving notes and reminders simple, so you can get the work done. Post-it® Extreme Notes are water resistant, tough enough to withstand hot and cold environments and stick indoors and out - to ensure your messages stand out and stay put, wherever you need them. Made with Dura Hold™ Paper and Adhesive. These notes will hold up in hot, cold and wet conditions and will stick to tough and textured surfaces like concrete, raw and painted wood and tile. Post-it® Extreme Notes stick in tough conditions to avoid miscommunication and rework, because no matter what the conditions every job should be a job well done. Make sure your message is seen with a note that sticks in tough conditions.

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Manufacturer 3M
Manufacturer Code 7100182000

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