The lining of wooden gift boxes can be made of EVA, EPE pearl cotton, sponge, or paper.
- EVA lining has different performance characteristics such as environmentally friendly and non-environmentally friendly EVA, as well as anti-static and fire-resistant EVA. EVA lining has various names, such as EVA inlay, EVA tray, and EVA box. In terms of hardness, there are various degrees such as 38 degrees, 50 degrees, 60 degrees, and 70 degrees. As for colors, there are white, black, and colorful options. White and black are the most common and readily available, but some colors may require special customization.
- EPE pearl cotton lining has environmentally friendly and anti-static options. It also has different names such as pearl cotton inner box, pearl cotton inlay, and pearl cotton tray. In terms of density, there are low-density and high-density options, with commonly used densities of 18KG/m³, 25KG/m³, and 27KG/m³, as well as higher densities such as 30KG/m³ and 35KG/m³. Colors available include white, black, and red.
- Sponge lining has environmentally friendly, anti-static, and fire-resistant options. It also has different names such as sponge inlay, sponge inner box, and sponge tray. In terms of density, there are low-density and high-density options, with densities ranging from 13D, 15D, 18D, to 22D, as well as secondary cotton and super hard cotton. Colors available include black, white, and colorful options, with customized colors being available as well.
- Paper lining is environmentally friendly and can be reused, making it a commonly used option for wooden gift boxes. It is easy to assemble and disassemble, provides cushioning, and effectively prevents product damage.