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Old 19 January 2002, 06:24   #11
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Plastic drawing film

Try technical drawing film. its a kind of plastic "paper" and you can draw on it with a pencil when wet, even underwater ! (If you get to that level a prayer book may be better though ). Its sold in big sheets and I just cut it up to make smaller note pads.
It costs 2-3 per big sheet A1 size, and you can make many note pads from it. I even have a small piece stuck to my console, so i dont forget which berth they told me to tie up to etc.

When you have finished with the notes just rub them out. As long as you use a soft pencil it last ages.
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Old 20 January 2002, 04:57   #12
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yes,

Tyvek is Spunwove fibres - Lots of cotton type fibres glued together.

The stuff the notebooks are made from is a Polypropolene Plastic refired to as paper because it available so thin. Whiter & Smoother.

See www.synplas.co.uk - Please don't ask these guys for samples

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