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This pink paper is 30% recycled, precision-cut for consistency and works in nearly any printer. A great choice if you want a colored paper for classroom projects, crafts and more.
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With a 96 brightness rating, this paper makes both black and white and color print jobs pop. Also, this paper is sustainable and sourced from renewable forests.
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You’ll like that this paper is sustainably sourced while still featuring a standard 20-pound weight and 92 brightness level. You’ll get 500 sheets of standard size paper in one ream.
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You’ll appreciate that this paper is made from 10% post-consumer recycled content. This paper features a 70-pound weight and is safe for use with laser or inkjet printers.
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We like that this economical choice still features a brightness level of 92 with a 20-pound weight. This paper also offers ColorLok technology to prevent smudging or faded color printouts.
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We like that this multipurpose paper is promoted as safe for use with inkjet and laser printers, copiers and fax machines. This paper is also jam-resistant.
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We like that this ream of paper is still 20 pounds with a brightness level of 92. It is another standard-size option, measuring 8.5 by 11 inches.
Paper quality is important, depending on your purpose and if you’re using it for personal or professional use. For worksheets, paper that will be recycled, or itineraries, I use the most eco-friendly option that is made from recycled materials. For printing higher-quality pages like resumes or a student’s reports, I use a thicker, higher-quality paper. For households and classrooms printing a lot for everyday use, I recommend choosing an affordable recycled paper and keeping a higher-quality, thicker paper on hand in case you need to print nicer items.