Staples Informative - Store Brand Paper Is Inadequate
MANASSAS, VIRGINIA -- I've purchased Staples branded paper products twice in the last month and both were inferior. The package of college ruled looseleaf paper had holes that were drilled out of whack. The top pages looked good but when we opened the package and began to use it we discovered that the paper stack must have slipped during the hole drilling process. While the bottom hole was aligned properly on all pages, the middle and top holes progressively moved closer to the edge of the paper. The papers at the bottom of the stack had top holes that were off the edge. Needless to say most of the paper is not usable in binders. Sure I could have returned it, but with the price of gas it wasn't worth it to make the trip. I also need to inform others about Staples brand card stock. This card stock is 67lb weight instead of the common 65lb weight of most card stocks. Big deal you say (so I thought). Well it is if your intent is to use it in your printer.
Neither of my HP laser jet printers (different models) would run this card stock. It either jammed or the toner refused to bond to it. My printers have no problem with 65lb weight. I will not purchase Staples brand paper again.