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I have been working with Bazzill paper for well over 10 years and it has never let me down. Some papers when you cut them with an electronic cutting machine, the fibers will clog the cutting blade very quickly. Not with Bazzill. There is one thing I would recommend. If you are cutting a very detailed and/or delicate design with your cutting machine you need to make some small changes. I flip my design over in my program and also place my paper texture side down on the mat. This is because I enjoy have the texture side of my design showing on my finished project and with cutting this way, there is less chance of delicate parts of the design ripping. I sometimes think when the blade hits textured paper the blade gets somewhat off track. I also like the fact that if does not have a white core. Oops! I almost forgot. To me, this is a nice Deep Black, I does not look faded at all.
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