Typical corrugated cardboard is a brown paperboard with honeycomb like internal air chambers. This material can be torn by hand and does not contain wax.
A variety of paper grades including (ground wood, box cutting, cereal boxes, newsprint, magazines, corrugated, office paper) must tear by hand.
A high grade paper tears (by hand) white – typical mix of items that you would have in your office (envelopes, writing paper)
Anything that is received in your delivered morning call (shiny circulars included)
A hand tearable publication usually held together with spine glue or staples, glossy/shiny pages.
Must be made of a brown craft type material wrapped into an internal core -Not to exceed 5’ in length, various thicknesses