HP EcoFFICIENT Paper, High Performance – Shabby Chic Boho

HP EcoFFICIENT Paper, High Performance

HP EcoFFICIENT Paper, High Performance

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I have a home office because I work from home, online. I’ve been working online for the past 5 years and I’ve been using Shoplet to supply my office during this time because they everything I could possibly need {and more} in the way of office supplies. I use business cards, post cards, promotional products such as t-shirts and office stationary as some of the ways to promote my online site.



I also use Shoplet for my printer paper. One of the best printer paper I’ve ever used from Shoplet is their HP EcoFFicient high performance, lower impact printer paper. I like it mainly because it’s 20% lower weight than standard paper, making it more efficient to print, carry and store. I can use it to print everything from calendars to making copies of documents and of course HP is a name I’ve come to love and trust over the years. Even my desktop computer is a HP computer. I’m in the market for a new printer and that most assuredly will be a HP as well.



As the name of this printer paper suggests, it’s Eco efficient, meaning the EcoFFICIENTâ„¢ is Certified by the Forest Stewardship Council. You can read all about the FSC’s vision and mission by clicking on the link.

Be sure to check out all of Shoplet.com‘s products and medical supplies. Be sure to let me know in a comment below, which home or office product you’d most like to try from Shoplet. I can just about give you a 100% guarantee that you won’t be disappointed with your purchase. I’m basing this on the dozens {and dozens} of products I’ve tried and reviewed from Shoplet.

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Shabby Chic Boho is a part of the Shoplet Product Review Program. I occasionally receive products from Shoplet to use, examine and give my opinion about.

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  1. I’ve enjoyed owning an HP in the past and even had one if their printers for a long while. I still use the paper as it’s very good stock.

  2. I wouldn’t mind trying it out to see if I like it. I try to save paper as much as I can but this looks interesting. I never heard of Shoplet before so I am eager to look at them as well. Thanks for the share.

  3. We are generally not “green” in our house, but if this was priced exactly the same as regular printer paper, I would buy it – so I could try to do my part. If it costs more, I would pass it over for the regular stuff, though.

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