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PorkiePVFC PorkiePVFC is offline
Join Date: Jan 1970
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flyer paper

hi, i was wondering what that paper is that companies print flyers on?

Its like glossy but thin

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smithdeer2 smithdeer2 is offline
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I am also wondering for cheap price but quality printing company for presentation folder printing.
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meisage meisage is offline
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Isn't it Oslo paper? Or other paper?
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Combute's Avatar Combute Combute is offline
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Hi we can assist with low cost printing.

The paper doesn't exactly have a specific name - its more of a spec, the paper is thing because it has a low gram weight (gsm) - (Grams Per Square Meter). The coating on top is variable so you could have glossy, matt laminate (So laminated for protection with with no shine), Spot UV where only parts of the flyer are glossed e.g. a logo etc.

Contact us on the details below if you require low cost print for anything - cars, shop windows, stationary, flyers etc.
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ilovedesign ilovedesign is offline
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I guess the paper used for flyer printing is the ream paper. But just check your printing company for advice.
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tairoylance112 tairoylance112 is offline
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Flyer printing has many benefits for a business or consultancy. It doesn't require the high costs of radio and tv advertising and is a more direct form of marketing than newspaper and magazine advertising.
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