Onionskin

A lightweight bond paper typically used for air mail stationery, carbon copies of documents, legal documents, etc. Onionskin is made from chemical wood pulp, or 25% to 100% cotton-content. Onionskin commonly undergoes air drying for a cockle finish or calendering for a smooth finish.

The standard size of onionskin is 17 x 22, and comes in basis weights of 8 or 9-pound.

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