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HP Premium Plus Soft-Gloss Photo Paper, 8 1/2" x 11", Pack Of 50 Sheets
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HP Premium Plus Soft-Gloss Photo Paper, 8 1/2" x 11", Pack Of 50 Sheets

Item # 575059 OfficeMax # 22529676
Smudge-free photo paper with non-stick coating
  • Soft-gloss white photo paper for a professional look.
  • Smudge-free, water-resistant, instant-dry paper for crisp contrast and amazing quality.
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Smudge-free photo paper with non-stick coating
  • Soft-gloss white photo paper for a professional look. 
  • Smudge-free, water-resistant, instant-dry paper for crisp contrast and amazing quality. 
  • Special coating on the back of each sheet helps keep your photos from sticking together. 
  • Compatible with most inkjet printers. 
  • Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) — For wood/paper products from forests certified to the ‘gold’ standard of responsible forestry.  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.

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Item # 575059 
Manufacturer # CR667A  
acid free no
brand name HP
Ecolabel FSC — Mixed
manufacturer Hewlett-Packard
paper color White
paper finish type soft-gloss
paper sheet size 8 1/2" x 11"
paper thickness 11.5 mil
paper weight 80 lb
postconsumer recycled content 0%
printer compatibility inkjet
sheets per ream/pack 50
total recycled content 0%

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HP Premium Plus Soft-Gloss Photo Paper, 8 1/2 x 11, Pack Of 50 Sheets 2.7 5 20 20
Excellent Purchase This is the first time I have used this particular style of paper and I am very impressed. I don't like using high gloss paper for my photos. This style is perfect for the pictures I want to print out. I like the weight of the paper and it's durability. I highly recommend it to anyone who also wants a good quality soft gloss paper. March 15, 2014
great product the soft glossy paper is getting hard to find, which I prefer to use for my photos...Thank you for your product. August 22, 2013
Stunning results with HP Photosmart 7510 printer I think any problems other reviewers may have had with Premium Plus Soft-gloss may be with HP's communication, not with the paper itself. When I bought my HP Photosmart 7510 printer almost a year ago, an HP representative told me it was calibrated for the new version of Premium Plus. At the time, I took that claim with a grain of salt. Only recently did I take the printer out of the box and start using it. I can report that my prints on both the new Premium Plus Soft-gloss and Glossy have been nothing short of stunning. To get the sharpest prints, with the most saturated and accurate colors, I find I have to set the printer's Preferences as follows: Media: "HP Premium Plus Photo Papers" and, under Advanced, Output Quality: "Maximum dpi" and Real Life Technologies (sharpness): "On." I learned this partly by trial and error, partly by finding and downloading the User Guide from the HP web site, and partly from links in the User Guide to HP Support. I only wish this information had been included in the printed brochure that came with the printer. May 10, 2013
HP continues to disappoint Up till now, I've always been pleased with HP paper and ink, but it looks like I'm going to have to find another brand of printer. The new soft gloss paper I just purchased, when used with HP ink, produced very poor color representation. I printed the same picture on some older matte photo paper and on some everyday matte paper and both of those were superior by far than the new premium plus soft gloss paper. I'm giving up on HP. February 17, 2013
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