paper finished with a hard, rough surface - usually bond papers.
A finish produced by air drying, normally used to give a soft pebble texture to bond and onionskin papers.
A ripple effect on the paper produced through the deliberate process of drying the paper with little or no tension the process is often used in the production of writing paper.
An uneven, puckered surface created by air drying paper with a controlled amount of tension.
a puckered finish produced by uneven shrinkage during the drying process
Paper having uneven finish with ripples.
A finish that is produced by air drying; normally applies to bond and onionskin papers.
Slightly puckered surface on bond achieved by passing the paper through an air dryer during manufacture.