Paper will hold up if posted outside for a long time. Prints like normal paper in a laser printer. Can print on both sides. Resists tears, but can be cut easily if needed. Ink doesn't smear, even if you submerge it in water.
The paper can sometimes jam in the printer or crinkle in the printing process. More expensive than some other brands.
Works great as a paper for taking notes in the field, particularly in wet and muddy conditions. Feels like real paper. Can be recycled. Runs through a laser printer or copier without problems.
This product is not as good as some other waterproof papers for working with alcohol-based inks.
Prints well in a laser printer like a normal piece of paper. Doesn't fade. A good product for outdoor applications like maps, posters, or geocaching. Doesn't get brittle or crack over time. Can be printed on both sides.
If you cut or hole punch this paper it may be more prone to tear in the areas near the cuts.
Designed to resist tearing. Product comes in several weights. Also available in 11-inch by 17-inch paper. Can be dye cut. Goes through the laser printer.
The paper is expensive, but for the quantity, you get a good price.
Promises to allow you to write underwater. Paper is difficult to tear. Print may fade but doesn't smear in water. Works very well for printing maps to take out hiking or on a trail where you may encounter perspiration or wet conditions.
Paper is designed to absorb ink and does not work well with pencils.
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Waterproof laser printer paper is good for many uses. Products on the market do a decent job of delivering on the promise to hold up under wet, dirty, and greasy conditions and not tear easily. They are great for field work, outdoor notifications, maps for camping and hiking, logging activity in wet environments, or workshops with chemicals and grease. This paper is sometimes called polyester paper because it is often made from a synthetic material. This material can be wadded, wetted, crushed, and crumpled without turning to mush. The print may fade but should still be readable. Some waterproof paper is still recyclable. They come in a variety of mil weights, but some will be more challenging than others to cleanly run through your laser printer. Some may curl when they go through the printer. Some may be hard to fold, but most are still easy to cut. Unlike normal paper, waterproof paper designed for laser printers will not do well in inkjet printers. It also may not take a pencil mark easily. Although, most will do a good job with either a waterproof pen or even ballpoint.