The 10 Best Printer Papers

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We spent 22 hours on research, videography, and editing, to review the top picks for this wiki. Though we were promised a fully-digital office by now, it seems we are still a long way off from that. So, while we wait, you're going to need lots of these printer papers in order to send out memos, create presentations, generate invoices, and more. Find the pack size, quality, and price that suits your home, business, or school from our comprehensive selection. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to support our work. Skip to the best printer paper on Amazon.

10. AmazonBasics Multipurpose Copy

9. Printworks 100-Percent Recycled

8. Hammermill 150200C

7. Epson's Bright White Pro

6. HP MultiPurpose20

5. Hammermill 166140R

4. Boise Polaris Premium

3. Georgia-Pacific Spectrum Standard

2. Staples 26860-CC

1. Office Depot White Copy

Editor's Notes

April 10, 2019:

One might not think that there's a huge difference between one printer paper or another, but our list would prove that individual wrong, as many of our options are specifically made for certain jobs. An office that may need to store documents for decades to refer back to them later, such as a law office, may like HP MultiPurpose20, since it won't discolor or decrease in quality for years to come. Staples 26860-CC is another great option for those printing documents they'll need around for a while, as it also won't yellow with age. As for those creating vibrant and colorful things like promotional materials and fliers, Boise Polaris Premium has you covered. Its ColorLok technology will ensure you see almost no difference between the image on the screen, and what comes out on the paper. Hammermill 166140R also does an exceptional job on color-heavy documents. Those who want to look out for the environment will like Epson's Bright White Pro and Printworks 100-Percent Recycled.


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Last updated on April 12, 2019 by Brett Dvoretz

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