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Office Depot® Brand Inkjet Canvas Cloths, 8 1/2" x 11", Pack Of 10 Item # 652041

Office Depot® Brand Inkjet Canvas Cloths, 8 1/2" x 11", Pack Of 10

    Print photos, original art or art reproduction on canvas right from your inkjet printer
    • Heavyweight, textured canvas. 
    • Brilliant color printing. 
    • Quick drying and fade-resistant. 

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    Item # 652041 
    Manufacturer # O004-516-0905  
    brand name Office Depot
    distributor Swinton Avenue Trading Ltd., Inc.
    paper finish type canvas
    paper sheet size 8 1/2" x 11"
    printer compatibility inkjet
    sheets per ream/pack 10

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    Office Depot? Brand Inkjet Canvas Cloths, 8 1/2 x 11, Pack Of 10 4.5 5 4 4
    Question about printer I need to know from someone who does know?? Will this canvas work on my Xerox Laser Printer? The package says nothing about a Laser Printer. Need to know before I spend the money. Thanks October 10, 2014
    Inkjet Canvas 8.5 x 11 Definitely superior to some other brands purchased in stores. The advantage in my printer is being able to use the Matte paper setting (vs Canvas) which prints to the edges of the 8.5 x 11 sheet. Using a Canon Pixma Pro 100. Seems reasonably priced. Have yet to try stretching but looks as though it will withstand the stress without cracking. Definitely pleased. February 24, 2014
    Great Product Great product for graphic artists. Reproductions are terrific! March 21, 2013
    Great Quality Results* This paper is actual canvas material that has been specially treated for use in Ink-jet or Laser-jet printers. The fabric is stretchable and has that "oil-paint" appearance and texture. I use this paper for some of my better photos that I frame. Works best when mounted in frames without glass. Also photos are highly resistant to fading as long as they are not subjected to direct sunlight. The canvas feeds through your printer just like normal paper. *works best on higher quality photo printers with the print quality set to "Best." I have not tried it nor would I recommend it for use in inferior or "less expensive" type printers. September 5, 2009
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