What is the difference between 110# Strathmore Cover and 14-point uncoated?

On our site, you will see a premium paper offering referred to as 110# Strathmore Bright White Wove. This is manufactured by Mohawk who has been setting the standard for design and innovation in paper since 1892. It is a:

  • Uncoated, cotton-based sheet
  • Carbon Neutral
  • Elemental Chlorine Free
  • FSC Certified
  • Green-e Certification
  • Lignin Free
  • Made Using Wind Power

Both are white uncoated cardstocks that are great for business cards and any application where an uncoated sheet is desired.

The main difference is that 110# Strathmore is a more expensive premium sheet that is 16.5-points thick, so it is thicker than the 14-point uncoated.

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