Woodfree Paper


Woodfree paper, despite its name, is made from wood but undergoes a chemical process that removes lignin, a component that can cause paper to yellow over time.

This results in a high-quality paper, often used for printed materials requiring a more refined finish such as Books, Magazines, and premium Brochures.

Woodfree paper comes in both coated and uncoated varieties, with the latter offering a softer, more natural feel.

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