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HP Super Heavyweight Plus Matte Paper 60 inch x 100 ft White
Super Heavyweight Plus Matte Paper, 60 inch x 100 ft, White
Super-heavyweight matte paper features quick-dry, photorealistic imaging. Dries instantly for immediate handling and laminating. Thick top coating resists rippling. Superior print quality with vibrant color graphics.
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