Colored Printing Paper

Construction paper (also called sugar paper) is a tough, coarse, coloured paper. The texture is slightly rough, and the surface is unfinished. Due to the source material, mainly wood pulp, small particles are visible on the paper’s surface. It is used for projects or crafts.

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Colored Printing Paper for sale. For projects that are out-of-this-world, Astrobrights color paper, in mixed carton 5-color assortment, is the perfect choice. Creative geniuses and novices, alike, can create vibrant flyers, brochures, school projects, signs, coupons, posters, and paper crafting. And, since it’s 20% thicker than standard paper, so you can achieve bleed-free results for single and double-sided documents. Display and store your creations with confidence, each sheet is acid and lignin-free, so they won’t Yellow over time. Plus, this color copy paper saves money on pricey full-color ink. Just add black ink! brighter colors. Brighter ideas.

Printing cheap A4 Color Copy Paper

  1. Professional quality of colored A4 multi printing copy paper
  2. The uniformity and distribution of pulp fibers in the sheets
  3. Pulp dyeing colored in light colors, deep colors and cyber colors without fading 4. Nice appearance clean and uniform cutting
  4. No jam in machine and no double feed
  5. Stay flat after printing and copying without leave powder
  6. Nice touch smooth and bulky

Paper type: bristol board, color paper board
Uses: paper bag, advertisement, hand-made, meeting table card
Coating: uncoated
Compatible printing: inkjet printing
Feature: anti-curl
Pulp material: mixed pulp
Pulp style: virgin pulping
Type: chemical-mechanical pulp
Place of origin: South Africa
Weight: 150gsm
Size: 297*210mm
Sheets: 50 each color and 10 sheets
Cover material: 100gsm art paper with 4C printing
Colors: ivory, pink, yellow, blue, green mixed
Packing and delivery:
Packing details: 50 sheets per OPP bag, 30 bags per carton

Colored Printing Paper is made from wood, which is made up mainly of white cellulose. Wood also has a lot of a dark substance in it called lignin, which ends up in the paper, too, along with the cellulose. The exposure of lignin to air and sunlight is what turns paper yellow.


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