Introducing Post-it® Extreme Notes – the new durable, communication tool from the Post-it® Brand. Ideal for sharing important information, punch lists, measurements, reminders and more, the notes facilitate communication in tough conditions, so you can get the job done.
New Post-it® Brand research found that nearly 40% of non-office workers have to redo a project or task at least once a week at work specifically because of poor communication on the job*. Made with ultra-strong Dura-Hold™ Paper and Adhesive, Post-it® Extreme Notes stick to surfaces commonly found on construction sites including wood, brick, tile, steel, cement, PVC and more. Now, instead of writing directly on a surface, workers on-site can communicate important messages and updates to their team and know that the message will stick.
Post-it® Extreme Notes can also stand up to extreme conditions, both indoors and outdoors, including water, wind, rain, moisture, hot and cold temperatures and more. Through wind, snow or extreme temperatures, your measurement, note or reminder will stick and help avoid any delays in finishing a project.
The research also found that 82% of non-office workers experience challenges with non-verbal communication. Now, no matter how tough conditions get on a job, you can count on Post-it® Extreme Notes to communicate tasks, reminders, to-do lists and more.
Post-it® Extreme Notes are available at major national retailers. Visit: post-it.com/extreme for more information.
Not recommended for use on paper
Apply to dry surfaces to hold in wet and/or dusty conditions
Note: Inks used on Post-it® Extreme Notes that are not waterproof may run or smear in wet conditions
*The Post-it® Brand Survey was conducted by Wakefield Research (www.wakefieldresearch.com) among 1,000 U.S. workers, ages 18+, who work in non-office settings, with statistically significant data among the following industries: trades/construction, manufacturing and culinary, between December 22, 2017 and January 2, 2018 using an email invitation and an online survey.