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Customised Thunderbolt Backpack

Custom Printed Thunderbolt Backpack Make your advertising count with Branded Cheap Backpacks, available at Vivid Promotions Australia. This Printed Thunderbolt Backpack comes in a different...
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Thursday, 6th February 2020


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Customised Big PVC Bucket Filled With Candy Canes X40

Customised Big PVC Bucket Filled With Candy Canes X40 Your company logo will remain on your customers' tongue with this Customised Big PVC Bucket Filled...
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Thursday, 6th February 2020

Custom Printed Tote Bag Express

Custom Printed Tote Bag Express Plastic bags have caused clogs drains and increased major floods around the world. It's lesser use means less flooding, a...
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Thursday, 6th February 2020

Personalised Durasoft Translucent Oblong

Personalised Keychain - Durasoft Translucent Oblong Successful promotions do not have to cost you if you do your promotional branding with handy & perfect giveaways...
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Thursday, 6th February 2020

Imprinted Giant Bamboo Carry Bag With Double Handles

Imprinted Giant Bamboo Carry Bag With Double Handles Use of Plastic Bags caused a very harmful impact on the environment and around 100,000 marine animals...
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Thursday, 6th February 2020

Custom Branded Outdoor Backpack

The Biggest Promotional Product - Custom Branded Outdoor Backpack Show off your brand at every outdoor event or adventure with this Custom Printed Outdoor Backpack....
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Friday, 31st January 2020

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Electrostatic Printing on Promotional Products

Electrostatic printing is a process of printing without contact, without a type form, and without ink. The paper is coated with a very thin layer of zinc oxide, which makes it an insulator while in the dark and a conductor of electricity when exposed to light. This paper is given a negative electrical charge in the dark. Electrostatic Printing is principally like a dry photocopying process, as xerography, in which images are reproduced using electrostatic charges and toner instead of ink and pressure.