Neenah Exact Index Card Stock, 8.5 x 11 Inch, 90 lb, White, 250 Sheets (40311)

April 28, 2017 - Comment

Exact Index paper, 90 lb. Index, 94 brightness, 8.5″ x 11″, 250 sheets per pack, Paper wrapped package, Acid free, Lignin free. Laser Inkjet and copier guaranteed. Product Features Hardworking and durable cardstock, smooth finish for enhanced ink holdout Performs in personal and professional print devices for medium to heavy weight applications 90 lb. Index

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Exact Index paper, 90 lb. Index, 94 brightness, 8.5″ x 11″, 250 sheets per pack, Paper wrapped package, Acid free, Lignin free. Laser Inkjet and copier guaranteed.

Product Features

  • Hardworking and durable cardstock, smooth finish for enhanced ink holdout
  • Performs in personal and professional print devices for medium to heavy weight applications
  • 90 lb. Index meets USPS 7 pt. minimum requirement for business reply cards
  • Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified, 30% Post-Consumer Recycled Content
  • Acid-free and lignin-free for long lasting documents

L. Mountford says:

Excellent quality for stamping … I make a lot of cards, and have just started using stamps — both acrylic/rubber, and digital. This card stock works great for both. 

BMJ says:

Neenah Exact Index Card sold by Amazon is the better choice On researching 110 lbs Card Stock I had two options among others 1) Wausau Paper Index Card Stock, 92 Brightness, 110 lb, Letter, White, 250 Sheets per Pack(49411) Sold by: MyOfficeInnovations for $8.71 OR 2) Neenah Exact Index Card Stock, 250 Sheets, White, 94 Brightness, 110 lb, 8.5 x 11 Inches Sold by: Amazon.com LLC for $11.99. Except for brightness they were the same. So I ordered one of each. 

Roseanne M. says:

Works great for coloring pages! I have a lot of digital line art that I print and color with mixed media. I use the 90 lb weight to use with colored pencils, and the 110lb when I will be applying any kind of watercolor media. I’ve used the 110 lb to make cards, and it worked well. The 110lb sometimes jams the laser printer, so I couldn’t use anything heavier (like watercolor paper).

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