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96lb. Pecos Gloss

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At 16mil thickness, 96lb. Pecos River Gloss is the heaviest and thickest photo glossy stock on the market today. Pecos is one of a kind in North America - a super smooth pigment and dye friendly high gloss with a plain paper back. This means we can score and fold it for outstanding quality photo note and greeting cards. Plain paper on the back means you can print text and light graphics on the inside of your cards.

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Perfect for Glossy Cards
Kathy
03/08/2022
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This is the best one-sided glossy card stock for inkjet printers that I have found at this price. It is heavyweight paper and the prints are beautiful.
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Wonderful
Sue Grant
02/04/2022
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Red River's service was excellent as always. So glad to get a heavier paper that goes through the mail more easily. I use it to send postcards and I print on a Canon G4210 which has no trouble with the heavier paper stock. The prints do seem to curl but flatten easily. I will continue to use this paper. Thanks Red River.
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Very Good paper, great service
Leon Jones
12/30/2021
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Ordered 4x6 post card stock. Holds color great and the colors bloom. I was just a little disappointed that the paper has a tendency to curl when its printed on. Placed in a press and corrected most of that.
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96lb Pecos Gloss
Wayne Peters
12/24/2021
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I use this paper for printing photo post cards and everything about it is great. I print it in Canon IP8720, TS8320 and TS8330 printers and it feeds just fine without having to load one sheet at a time. I then print the back through a Brother laser printer. The weight is just right for postcards, and the color is outstanding. It does curl slightly right after coming out of the printer, then flattens out as it dries. When this paper was unavailable for several months this year, I looked everywhere for a substitute and couldn't find anything that was even close.
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OK for a while
michael earussi
10/18/2020
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It looks really good initially, but over time the paper tends to pick up humidity and curl. Best to store it in a plastic bag with dehumidifier gels inside if you're not selling or giving away the cards right away.
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Greeting Card Stock
JG
05/01/2020
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Love this paper! I'll be using it for greeting cards. I'm so glad I found a glossy stock with a writeable inside. I tried scoring the glossy side of the paper with a blade before folding it, and it folded super cleanly.
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Very nice post card paper!
Larry B
12/06/2019
Finally a glossy cardstock paper! This is wonderful and I have been waiting for a long time for this. But they really do mean feed ONE SHEET AT AT TIME! I forgot and it grabbed 3 and made a big mess. The writable surface on the back tends to stick to the coating of the next paper. The back side is very writable, but fountain pen inks may feather. As for the print, like everyone else is saying the quality is great! At first I thought I had the curl issue as well, but after letting the ink dry the print flattened out completely after about 10 minutes. This is on an Epson P600 using pigment ink.
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This is my go-to paper for greeting cards
Robert Cote
12/10/2018
Yes - as another reviewer stated, it tends to curl, and then ink blotches show up on the print edges output from my Canon Pro-100. It was very annoying until I figured out what was happening and reverse-rolled the paper to flatten it before printing.
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Curling post cards
Ron Arnold
10/31/2018
I use your 4x6 #8457 Pecos River post card stock which tends to curl. I have a front loading Epson printer.
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Curling post cards

I use your 4x6 #8457 Pecos River post card stock which tends to curl. I have a front loading Epson printer.
Ron Arnold - 10/31/2018

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