Advantage Rubber Bands – Size #32
Advantage Rubber Bands
Size #32 (3″ x 1/8″), 2 oz. Bag, Natural Crepe Color
Reusable Rubber Bands for Multiple Uses
Advantage Rubber Bands are a great elastic band for everyday use. They’re an ideal general-purpose rubber band to stock at home, in the office, or in your warehouse. These elastics provide users with a firm hold and excellent durability so they’re great for a wide range of applications. With an industrial-strength design, these rubber bands contain a mid-range rubber content and offer a high band count per pound and cost savings. These reusable elastic bands can be used again and again while remaining strong and secure.
- 2 oz. bag contains size #32 (3” x 1/8”)
- Ultimate elongation of 700%
- Mid-range rubber content
- Durometer/Hardness: 45
- Color: Natural Crepe
A Versatile and Durable Tool
Firm Hold & Stretch
With a mid-range rubber content and a firm hold, these elastics are great for a variety of household jobs. Wrap a rubber band around an old broom that’s beginning to show its age to help contain the bristles and sweep more efficiently.
& Transport Food
Advantage Rubber Bands are great for use in the kitchen. Use them to secure food storage containers for travel or transport, or secure lids in the fridge or freezer to avoid spills and stale food.
Office & Industrial Use
Advantage elastics are a handy tool for the office and warehouse. Use them to bundle and store supplies or to help organize loose paperwork and products. Rubber bands are also great for keeping small items secure for storage or transport.
Alliance Rubber Company is a family-owned business with humble beginnings that has grown into a thriving American success story. Since 1923, Alliance Rubber has proudly produced rubber bands for use in the home and workplace. Continuing to manufacture its products in the USA, enables Alliance to provide high-quality products, fast service, and fresh stock that is built to last. Alliance Rubber, a women-owned company, manufactures bands that ‘Hold Your World Together.’