Uncoated Paper


Uncoated paper is a type of paper that hasn't been coated with any surface sealant.

This gives it a more natural, textured feel compared to its coated counterpart.

Uncoated paper is more porous, absorbing more ink and resulting in a softer, more muted appearance of printed colours.

It's often used for Letterheads, Envelopes, and print jobs where a classic, elegant look is desired.

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