Mailer Envelopes Buying Guide
Envelopes are used for mailing letters, brochures, invitations, documents and other items in a safe and secure manner.
Types of Envelopes
- Closures: Gummed closure envelopes need moisture for sealing them tightly and securely. Self sealing envelopes and strip removal envelopes do not need any moisture for sealing. Clasp envelopes use a reusable metal clasp and a gummed flap for a permanent seal. String and button envelopes are luxurious and reusable. Peel and Seal envelopes are fast and easy to use. The latex glue used in these envelopes seal tighter than traditional self seal products.
- Windows: Envelopes with single windows on the left are standard ones meant for mailing addresses. Double windows are used for displaying both mailing addresses and return addresses. Clear plastic CD envelope with window protects your CDs from dust, dirt and damage through everyday use.
- Size: Business envelopes are used for mailing checks, brochures and letters. Large size envelopes are used for items that are suitable for shipping and packing. Specialty envelopes are meant for storing important documents, meant for specific purposes and special occasions like wedding invitations and for sending DVDs or CDs.
- Envelopes with a gusset box at the bottom are useful for mailing bulk documents.
- Strong but light polythene envelopes are used for secure and weatherproof posting with low carriage costs. They are water, tear and puncture resistant.
- Lightweight, padded envelopes are ideal for mailing and everyday postal requirements that require a professional appearance.