- Sold as a Pack of 500 sheets
- Standard white newsprint for practice drawing, sketching, printing and more
- Excellent choice for math problem solving
- Quality paper at an economical price
- Ideal for home or classroom use
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Sax Plain White Newsprint Newspaper - 8 1/2 x 11 inches - Pack of 500 - White
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|Item Weight||2.6 pounds|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||8-1/2 in x 11 in|
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When you need large quantities of paper for math problem solving plain newsprint is an excellent choice. Unruled white paper. 500 sheets per ream. Ream of 500 Sheets. Standard white newsprint for practice drawing, sketching, printing and more. Excellent choice for math problem solving. Quality paper at an economical price. Ideal for home or classroom use.
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My one problem (and I don't know that it's the fault of the paper - although it didn't happen using regular copy paper...) was that when I used a homemade starch solution when ironing a block, some of the ink bled onto my fabric. I can prevent that in the future by more heavily starching my fabric before I begin sewing and/or using store bought sizing. (or a laser printer?) Other than that, it behaves beautifully for paper piecing, leaves my stitches nice and tight (I thought they were a tad loose after removing copy paper) and tears out remarkably easily.
I have an HP Printer that has no issue with this paper. I once had a Kodak printer and it did fine as well. I suspect the paper is fairly equal to the 20 pound bond most use. Grab your local paper and 20 pound bond. Hold a sheet in each hand. The newsprint is more limp.
Printer ink is expensive. That's an understatement! Newsprint absorbs more ink, so while the 'Normal' setting is right for 20 pound bond, you can set to 'Draft' and use about half the ink for newsprint and get the print just as nice and bold. The ink alone is well worth it even if newsprint was more expensive, but it's not.
It hold up to time, just like 20 pound bond...not archive quality like cotton laced paper but for every day printing, you can't go wrong.
Newsprint weighs a little less and is easier to thumb through.
The ream I got was delivered quickly and not by the post office. I'm going to stock up, maybe a case of 10. I have noticed that 20 pound bond that used to be 500 sheets to a ream is now being packaged at 300 and 400 sheets, sort of like ice cream that was once a gallon but is now a quart low for the same price.
I use EQ7 quilt program and design my own blocks...and it takes some learning ..but once you do..its is a BLAST.
Anyway I have a Canon MC8380CWD color laser jet printer that I picked up 2nd hand with very little use. One of the best purchases I have ever made...but this is not a printer review! The paper all went into tray 1 and printed ALL pages just perfectly. So I cant speak to ink jet printers (mostly junk) but for the canon laser jet..it was perfection.
Back to the paper..I needed a 10x10 paper pieced block and you may be wondering how do you get a 10x10 quilt block in a 8.5x11 piece of paper!!! Well when you print out your foundation design..it will take up 2 or more pages..(depending on how big your design is!..then you join the paper together) So I needed 64 pages of design...and it needed 2 pages...so napkin math is 128 pages of design. I had no issues printing all 128 perfectly. I was worried..so I tested a few pages and once I felt OK..I sent the whole print job!...no jams.
So I HATE spending more $$ than I have to...and this purchase of 500 pages will go a long way. If I had purchased the other "C...D... foundation paper" I would have gotten 1/5 the amount of paper of 100 pages (would not have been enough for my ONE project). for 1 dollar less than I paid for 500 pages.
So, for me this was a great purchase....