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PaperStone is a Certified (FSC, Smartwood, Rainforest Alliance) post-consumer, recycled paper architectural surface material made with 100% petroleum-free, phenolic resins. Water is the predominant solvent. It is primarily used in applications for level surfaces, including table tops, counters, window sills and door thresholds.
The recycled variety is its principal form and comes in two series or standards: "original," made from 50% post consumer water and recycled paper; and "certified", 100% post consumer waste. PaperStone is also available in lighter colours made from non recycled fibres known as the "virgin" series that is still FSC certified.
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