Innova Smooth Cotton High White Archival Photo Inkjet Paper (72" x 50')

BH #INCW7250 • MFR #20072
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Innova Smooth Cotton High White Archival Photo Inkjet Paper (72" x 50')
Key Features
  • 315 gsm
  • 100% Cotton Rag
  • Compatible with Dye and Pigment Ink
This 72" x 50' roll of Smooth Cotton High White Archival Photo Inkjet Paper from Innova has a smooth surface that combines the characteristics of a smooth high-white art paper and the natural aesthetics demanded by artists. The matte coating is designed for fine art & photo reproductions and photo restoration prints. Smooth Cotton High White is made from 100% cotton, is acid free, and features excellent color gamut representation with accurate color. The paper is compatible with both dye and pigment-based ink.
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$604.45

Innova Smooth Cotton High White Archival Photo Inkjet Paper (72" x 50')

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Innova 20072 Overview

This 72" x 50' roll of Smooth Cotton High White Archival Photo Inkjet Paper from Innova has a smooth surface that combines the characteristics of a smooth high-white art paper and the natural aesthetics demanded by artists. The matte coating is designed for fine art & photo reproductions and photo restoration prints. Smooth Cotton High White is made from 100% cotton, is acid free, and features excellent color gamut representation with accurate color. The paper is compatible with both dye and pigment-based ink.

High White Smooth and Silky Matte Finish
High white 100% cotton rag
Compatible with dye and pigment-based ink
Contains Optical Brighteners
Applications include:

Fine art and photo reproduction
Photo restoration
Greetings cards and postcards
Art and photo albums
Graphic presentation and display

Innova 20072 Specs

MaterialCotton Rag
Basis Weight315 gsm
Single/Double-SidedSingle
Surface FinishLuster
Dimensions (W x L)72" x 50' / 183 cm x 15.2 m
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