Post-it Super Sticky Notes, 4" x 6", 8 pads, 800 Total Sheets
About this item
- Post-it Super Sticky Notes come in vibrant colors and stick practically anywhere
- Use in more places - file cabinets, doors and windows and refrigerators
- Great for lists, presentations and even bookmarks
- Self-stick notes use a special plant-based adhesive with a light hold that stays in place without bonding to surfaces so they can be removed and repositioned multiple times without leavy a sticky residue behind
- Ruled self-stick notes
Organize your thoughts in color and convenience with Post-it® Super Sticky Notes, 4" x 6", 8 pads, 800 Total Sheets. Post-It Notes are the original sticky note brand, found in more offices and homes than any other. They come in vibrant colors and stick just about anywhere; they can even be removed and repositioned multiple times and never leave a sticky residue behind. This value pack includes eight pads of Super Sticky notes in bold colors for easy visibility.
No Office is Complete Without Post-it Super Sticky Notes
Post-It Notes are the ultimate office staple, used everywhere from meetings to design mockups. They've become so ubiquitous that a recent workplace study revealed that the average office worker gets an average of 11 notes per day on some type of Post-It pad, from Post-It Pop Up Notes and Super Sticky notes to full sticky Post-It Notes sheets.
What Surfaces Do Post-It Super Sticky Notes Stick To?
Post-It Super Sticky Notes adhere effortlessly to just about any surface, including white boards, binders, papers, corkboards and even fabric-covered cubicle wall panels. They hold fast to file cabinets, doors, windows and refrigerators, removing quickly and easily without leaving any sticky residue behind.
How Do Post-It Notes Stick to Surfaces Without Leaving Residue?
Post-It Notes feature a special type of adhesive that sticks to surfaces without bonding. The secret to this unique adhesive are microspheres, discovered accidentally by a 3M scientist named Dr. Spencer Silver. The self-stick notes' utility was discovered by a fellow 3M scientist named Art Fry who joined forces with Silver, in the hopes of developing a type of adhesive that would stick to book pages without causing damage.
Their efforts paid off and then some; Post-It Notes went onto become one of the top-selling products of the 1980s. Over a quarter of a century later, they're still the leading self-stick note, now made with a plant-based adhesive to reduce each note's carbon footprint.