About this item
- Resists curling at high temperatures
- Vibrant color reproduction
- Premium printer paper
- 97 brightness
- Made in the USA
Making your presentations stand out is a vital part of any job in the business world. You worked hard and wanted to be adequately recognized for your achievements by offering a stunning double-sided presentation to your colleagues and superiors. Using Southworth® Premium Inkjet and Laser Paper, 8.5" x 11", 28lb., Radiant White, 900 sheets could make the difference between an okay presentation and one that gets noticed. This durable inkjet paper offers copies without jamming your printer or curing when coming out of the machine.
What Makes Southworth Premium Inkjet and Laser Paper, 28lb., Radiant White Archival Quality?
Southworth Premium Inkjet and Laser Paper, 28lb., Radiant White paper is lignin and acid-free. Over time, acid and lignin papers begin to yellow. However, with the absence of harmful chemicals, your papers stay the same brilliant white for years, making it the printer and copier paper of choice for important documents that you need to retain for long periods.
Is Southworth Paper Made from 100% Tree Pulp?
Each Southworth 8.5" x 11" sheet of paper is made from a combination of tree and cotton fibers. This premium paper is made out of 25% cotton paper to give it a crisp feel when you hold it. It also helps to retain color, giving your documents bold printing every time you use it. The company behind Southworth Paper, Neenah, believes in the conservation of natural resources like our forests. That is why they only harvest trees from FSC certified locations.
How Does Premium Printer Paper Compare?
Traditional inkjet paper comes in 20-pound weight. While this weight is all right for most projects, it's relatively thin and isn't the best choice for presentations or business documentation. A heavier weight paper, such as 28 pounds, gives you a smoother feel to the page and is more durable for double-sided printing. It is tough enough that the print won't bleed through to the other side.