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What is the difference between 110# Strathmore Cover and 14-point uncoated?
What is the difference between 110# Strathmore Cover and 14-point uncoated?
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Written by Corey Thompson
Updated over a week ago

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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