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For those of you who have ordered their paper.. how do you tell it apart? I got the sample pack and... one set is blank, the other has a red grid, and the other has a green mark.

Normally I wouldnt be concerned, but one set is for darks, plus I want to see the difference between their house brand and the ironall..

Lou, can you help??
TIA,
Tony
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whoops hit wrong button. As I show in my video's part one the blank paper has two distinguishable sides. One side is really smooth. The other has a chemical compound on it and is A little rougher. Plus if you look close you can see the chemical surface with no problem at all. The chemical surface is the side you print on. Place a light ink mark on you papers on the smooth side so you can tel. They should all be facing the same way so just start marking. What exactly did you order so I can help with other papers. Did you get them all from New Milford?
 

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Sounds like he ordered the New Milford sample pack (Kitchen Sink pack?) and can't tell the different types of paper apart (i.e. which of blank, red and green is house paper, which is iron all, etc.)
 

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Solmu said:
Sounds like he ordered the New Milford sample pack (Kitchen Sink pack?) and can't tell the different types of paper apart (i.e. which of blank, red and green is house paper, which is iron all, etc.)
Yes, that is correct.. I have an email into NMP as well...
 

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Hi guys,

I just received newmilford's sample pack also. Here's my conclusion on which is which:
The one with the red grid - is their house paper for lights.
The one with the green mark on one side - is their house paper for darks.
The all white paper (with no markings, one side glossy, the other a little rough to the touch) - is the IronAll.

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I did not like the house paper for lights. I had trouble with it. It stuck to the shirts. let us know if you use it. I would make sure you only do test on any of these paper before waisting a shirt you may sell. Lou
 
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