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    Default my mister french paper is greasy

    i just got my load of 100lb cover durotone...and it has what appears to be grease spots all over all the paper...even in the middle of the stack.
    anybody ever have this happen to them?
    will they refund it ?
    they better.

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    Default Re: my mister french paper is greasy

    Bummer.

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    what color did you get?....i got some off white (butcher i think???) that had spots "built" into the paper.

    you can get a sample pack from Mr French so you know exactly what they all look like.

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    All the Dur-o-ton butcher has that butcher paper quality.

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    no its definitley got something wierd on it.
    its worse on the top sheets than it is further into the stack.
    fuck! and ive got stuff i need to print....maybe they'll do priority and i can get it back in a couple days....ugh....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dance Party
    no its definitley got something wierd on it.
    its worse on the top sheets than it is further into the stack
    It shouldn't be. It should be shiney and greasy (like butcher paper) all the way through. The paper comes like that. It's why it's called Butcher.

    Butcher butcher.

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    well somethings fucked up here.

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    Did you get samples or a swatch book? The butcher is made to be all greasy looking...really. Check to see if you ordered butcher:

    (Butcher Black, Butcher Blue, Butcher White, Butcher Off White)

    It looks greasy, it's supposed to, but it still prints great.

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    ok...well i guess as long as the ink covers it, it should be fine.

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    Thats what you get for getting all pretentious with your paper.

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