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Fridge Magnets

Q: Which magnets can be used as fridge magnets?

The term Fridge Magnet can be applied to any magnet that can attach to a refrigerator and therefore includes nearly all magnets. Flexible magnetic sheeting that has printed advertising on one side is the most commonly used type of Fridge magnet in Australia. Fridge Magnets are appreciated by business people who see them as effective and affordable marketing tools that get their name, contact details and services noticed by customers. 

Q: Which magnets is most suitable for advertising?

AMF has a range of magnetic Flexible Sheeting that is made from a combination of rubber and Ferrite powder and is highly suitable for this type of advertising product. Flexible Refrigerator Magnets are easy and inexpensive to produce by commercial printers and usually display printed contact information for local trades and services. Most households receive these Fridge Magnets in the mail and then use them to attach and hold lightweight items such as school artwork, invitations, photos, calendars or bill notices to their kitchen fridge or other metal white goods.

Q: Which magnets are most suitable for displaying photographs and posters?

AMF also supplies flexible Tabs and Patch magnets that can also be used to create handy Refrigerator Magnets. These Patch magnets are small pre-cut squares of the same flexible magnetic sheeting material but are supplied with an adhesive backing on each individual Patch. The adhesive-backed Patches are sold in 1000 piece packs and are ideal for transforming artwork, photos, calendars or invitations into magnetic displays for the Fridge!  Use one or more of the self-adhesive Tabs to magnetically hold and display your favourite item depending on its weight.

The AMF pre-cut magnetic Patches are sold in several different sizes and thicknesses and are priced accordingly.