Blister Pack

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Blister Pack

A form of packaging for small retail goods that forms fitted bubbles of plastic or aluminum around the individual products. For example, a blister pack forms a plastic cover over the individual pills in a box of medicine. Blister packs and similar packaging have been criticized for wastefulness, particularly because plastic is not biodegradable.
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It can be in the form of either bubble pack (available from office supply outlets, or paper products suppliers--1-inch bubble size is ideal), or in the form of closed-cell foam sheeting, available also from the same sources.
In-store, customers receive a voucher, pre-paid shipping label and bubble pack mailer, and simply ship the old phone to TWS at their convenience.
Leaving the two tubing ends sticking out, I insulated the tank with radiant barrier, which is reinforced aluminum foil, then a layer of Reflectix, which is double bubble pack covered with Mylar.
If an over-pampered, over-paid fashion goddess with nothing better to do than drink 80 gallons of water each day and graze on the odd lettuce leaf can't keep her bum from resembling bubble pack, then what chance do the rest of us stand?
A rigid bubble pack which gives fragile asparagus better shelf visibility because it can be stacked vertically is being sold by Sainsbury.