Pack of 12 NEW 4 MIL Polyethylene Skateboard Deck Storage Poly Bags 12″ x 34″
This listing is for 12 storage bags for your skateboard decks. Bags are thick, very high quality 4 MIL bags and measure 12″ x 34″. They will fit any old or new school decks. They’re even wide enough to double up if you want. Check out my other listings if you need more than 12.
This listing is for 12 storage bags for your skateboard decks. Bags are thick, very high quality 4 MIL bags and measure 12″ x 34″. They will fit any old or new school decks. They’re even wide enough to double up if you want. Check out my other listings if you need more than 12. I have larger lots listed. If you dont need as many, i have a listing for 6 as well. And if you need a nice wall rack for displaying your decks, I have them listed as well.Polyethylene is inert, translucent and creates a lower static charge than polypropylene, and those are the three main characteristics which make it a superior deck storage material. An inert substance, according to chemists, is not readily reactive with other elements, in that it cannot produce other chemical compounds. In other words, molds, mildews, and discolorations will not occur with an inert substance, so there’s no way a polyethylene sleeve can damage your collectible, nor can damage readily occur to it. Polypropylene is also inert, but that’s where the similarities end. The translucent nature of polyethylene prohibits a the greater amount of light than the transparent polypropylene. Light can be particularly harmful to collectibles, especially magazines, comics, books, photographs, artwork or any kind of cover or jacket that has color and/or photos or illustrations. By inhibiting the overall amount of harmful light that actually makes its way to your collectible, the risk of fading is minimized.The lower static charge produced by polyethylene as opposed to the higher charge emitted by polypropylene means that polyethylene will attract much less dirt, dust and other foreign, organic elements. And it is those elements which produce damage to collectibles. Polyethylene is more flexible than polypropylene. By contrast, polypropylene is stiff and hard, while polyethylene is soft and pliable. The relatively rough surface of polypropylene has the potential to produce scratches to the surfaces of collectibles while the potential for scratching by polyethylene sleeves is minimal.