What is the difference between the “Fold Back” and the “Glue Top” garment covers?
The “Glue Top” garment covers are made up of 2 sheets of paper that are cut at an angle on both the top right and left hand corners. They are then glued together along this angle to form the garment cover. The “fold back” garment covers consist of 1 rectangular sheets of paper that is folded in half. The top right and left hand corners are then folded at an angle, with the fold facing the back of the garment cover. The folds are kept in place by a dot of glue. The “Fold Back” garment covers typically provide a little more room for an extra article of clothing. And because they are folded, the edges are not as sharp along the corners, which means less paper cuts, and less torn poly bags.