A bit quicker of a solution is to do the deposit electronically. If you add a bank account to your PayPal account, you can safely send money to it through an electronic transfer. Note that this isn't a bank wire. It will be done via an ACH transfer. It will be free, but take a few days to make it into your account. And note that PayPal will have access to your bank account if you do this, so your money is at a slightly greater risk. You'll need to keep up good security, since the costs will be higher.
In order to add an account, you will need to have the bank account's number and the router number of your bank. You can get both of these off of the checks that the bank issues. If you don't have checks, then you can call or email your bank's support line to get the routing number.
Once you add the account, PayPal will send two transfers to the account with a randomized number of cents. You will need to verify ownership of the account, and confirm for yourself that the information was input correctly, by logging back in and typing in the amounts that you received. You'll either need to log into your online bank account and read the statement, visit or call your bank or wait until you receive your statement.
From this point on, you can then choose the bank account that you wish to withdraw to, and then put in the amount of money that you want to move.