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Wednesday, January 21, 2015

EcoFFICIENT HP Paper

Disclosure: The author of this blog was NOT financially compensated to write this review. Opinions expressed is solely my own and may differ from others. The product/s being described in this review was provided for FREE for evaluation purposes only.

When I finally came here in America to live with my husband, I found out that my husband is not the most organized person. I say that maybe because I was used to organizing documents every time as my line of work as an office secretary.  Anyhow, I have a filing system with our important documents here in our home office and Shoplet  is my  go-tp store for every  office products that I need.  
 I received two  packs of  Ecofficient papers that provides high performance  but lower impact on mother earth.  If you would see  one pack, you would think that there would only be ten pieces of them but you are wrong.  I love that it is lighter weight because it takes up less space to file, bind and store.  
This Hewlett Packard HP EcoFFICIENT 16# Paper fits up to 125 more sheets in the printer tray for less refilling which is really nice.  This absolutely helps save on postal and disposal costs.  It is perfect in  printing coupons!
Aside from the paper, I also got this  office mug that I really love.  I have so many coffee mugs now so I am  stationing this in my home office.  
I also got  the  wooden HP Key holder.  It's just awesome when you buy something and the company  throws a little extra.  I did not expect to get the mug and key holder  so  they were a pleasant surprise.
Shoplet have everything that you need for your business and home including office suppliesoffice stationarypromotional products and many others such as medical supplies .   Thank you once again Shoplet and HP!

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