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Neenah 30% Recycled Specialty Cover Stock, 65 Lb, 8 1/2" x 11", Stardust White, Pack Of 250 Sheets
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Neenah 30% Recycled Specialty Cover Stock, 65 Lb, 8 1/2" x 11", Stardust White, Pack Of 250 Sheets

Item # 423983 OfficeMax # 20390747
Create stand-out work with specialty paper
  • Gives presentation covers, cards, brochures and more a crisp, professional look.
  • Greener choice ? contains a minimum of 30% postconsumer recycled content.
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Create stand-out work with specialty paper
  • Gives presentation covers, cards, brochures and more a crisp, professional look. 
  • Greener choice ? contains a minimum of 30% postconsumer recycled content. 
  • Meets the global standards of the FSC (Forest Stewardship Council).  Forest Stewardship Council US-0081. FSC Certification ensures responsible use of forest resources and provides assurance that the fiber in this paper comes from forests that are well-managed to protect biodiversity and the livelihoods of the people that depend on those forests.
  • Green Seal®-certified to ensure lower impact on the environment and human health. 
  • Contains flecks of Astrobrights chips in the paper for a unique look. 

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Item # 423983 
Manufacturer # 21408  
machine compatibility all-in-one machine
sheet size 8 1/2 x 11
color Stardust White
paper finish type smooth
paper weight 65 lb
quantity 250
brand name Neenah Paper
manufacturer Neenah Paper, Inc.
postconsumer recycled content 30%
total recycled content 30%
Eco-conscious Recycled Content; Leadership Forestry; CPG Compliant
Ecolabel FSC — Mixed; Green Seal
paper sheet size 8 1/2" x 11"

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Neenah 30% Recycled Specialty Cover Stock, 65 Lb, 8 1/2 x 11, Stardust White, Pack Of 250 Sheets 4.1 5 9 9
Read the discription I didn't read the description, my bad. But if you're like me and read reviews first, then this may help. The paper is not like paper white. White paper to me is perfectly bright snow white copy paper. This is a more leaning toward creamy grey than that white I expect for paper. It has tons of specks of colored paper. Mostly red and blue. So the paper is sort of America themed. Like it looks like paper you'd use for your 4th of July party invites. The paper's pretty nice. But if you're not interested in 4th of July invites, order Astrobrights' plain white card stock or something similar. January 19, 2015
Exactly as described This cover stock is just the right paper for the fronts and backs of our spec books when printing and binding. It goes through all our copiers well, takes toner or ink easily and is a bright white background with the flecks. The little 'stardust' flecks of color make for a better cover than plain old white, as it is not mistaken for plain old bond paper. The look is better than average! February 24, 2014
Read the Product Description To those reviewers who were upset that the paper contained colored specks and stated they had no advance notice of...this is the last line in the product description: Contains flecks of Astrobrights chips in the paper for a unique look. April 29, 2013
Administrative Assistant I too was not pleased for no where in the description of this item did it state that stardust was flecks of color. I was thinking that stardust was being used as an adjective for BRIGHT white. This is NOT Office Depot's fault and the product is very nice looking just not what I use at the office. Office Depot did an exchange and all I have to do is wait one more day. Wausau should state that it has flecks of color in the name. Wausau products are excellent and that is what I exchanged the flecks for the all white cardstock. I don't want to do pro's or con's for that isn't being fair as the supply is just not what I use. January 31, 2013
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