Boise POLARIS Premium Multi-Purpose White Copy PaperCopy & Multi-use White Paper
Ledger - 11" x 17" - 20 lb Paper Weight - 97 GE Brightness - 500 Sheets/ Ream - 5 Reams/ Carton - White - View Complete Details
Product Number: CASPOL1117
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Made in America
This product was manufactured in the United States.
Due to its limited shelf life or other concerns, we do not accept returns on this product unless it is damaged, defective or incorrect due to an error on our part.
Boise POLARIS Premium Multi-Purpose White Copy Paper - Highly versatile premium paper designed for all types of offices and high-speed production equipment. Excellent runnability for jam-free printing and copying. Radiant brightness with blue-white shade for crisp text and sharp images. Optimized for two-sided printing and copying with minimal show-through. Ideal for general business documents, reports and proposals, where a quality look and feel is important.
- Highly versatile premium paper designed for all types of offices and high-speed production equipment.
- Radiant brightness for crisp text and sharp images.
- Ideal for business documents, reports and proposals where quality look and feel are important.
- Inkjet and laser guaranteed.
- This product was made from materials sourced from a certified managed forest.
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- Doesn't Jam
- Good Value
- Sharp Tones & Colors
- Black & White documents
- Color Photos
Comments about Boise POLARIS Premium Multi-Purpose White Copy Paper:
I volunteer at my parish and put together the weekly bulletin. I found this paper to use each week. I am very happy at its price which is much cheaper than my church had been previously paying. Colors and the photograph on the cover are much sharper with this paper. It has a whitish-blue tint whereas the previous paper was much duller.
My one complaint is the flimsiness of the outer paper in which it is wrapped. The cover paper is usually torn before a ream is taken out of the box.
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