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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’S)

Bond paper is a standard type of paper commonly used for printing documents, invoices, and receipts. It offers a durable surface and high opacity for clear text reproduction. Carbonless paper, also known as self-copying paper, contains special chemicals that allow multiple copies to be created with a single writing, eliminating the need for carbon paper.

Bond paper is available in various grades, ranging from 16 lb to 20 lb. Higher grades provide greater durability and are suitable for high-volume printing or documents that need to be stored for longer periods.

Carbonless paper has a shelf life of approximately two years. Over time, the special chemicals that allow for self-copying may degrade, affecting the quality of the copies. Store carbonless paper in a cool, dry place to extend its shelf life.

No, bond paper is not suitable for thermal printing. Thermal printers use heat to transfer images onto paper, and bond paper's surface is not designed to react to heat. Thermal paper is specifically designed for thermal printing and produces clear, legible images when exposed to heat.

Yes, there are several environmental factors to consider when choosing paper rolls. Look for paper rolls made from recycled materials or sustainably sourced forests. Opt for paper rolls with minimal packaging to reduce waste.

Yes, we specialize in providing custom printed paper rolls tailored to your specific requirements. Whether you want to display your company logo or include essential information such as return policies, we offer a variety of customization options to meet your needs.