Definitions for "Blotting paper"
Keywords:  bulky, unsized, woodfree, absorb, pulp
A kind of thick, bibulous, unsized paper, used to absorb superfluous ink from a freshly written manuscript, and thus prevent blots.
Bulky, highly absorbent, filler-free paper which is mostly produced from pure cotton in the form of bleached linters and from chemical pulp.
Very absorbent and bulky, woodfree, sometimes made from a pulp of cotton or wool fibres 1 20-300gsm.
Blotter advertising still represents considerable annual volume. Special tops are made for letterpress and offset printing, available coated and uncoated.