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    What is the shiny paper called?

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    What is the shiny paper called that most professional artists have their CD artwork printed on. Can you buy it at Kinko's what do I ask for to get it?
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    Well I don't know what the pros use (I don't think it is a consumer grade paper, more like a light glossy index that can be litho'd), but let me try to guess what you are asking - you want to do your own CD inserts, but you don't like the plain paper CD inserts? Neato and other brands make something called GLOSSY or HIGH GLOSS CD inserts (as well as CD labels) and I don't know if Kinko's carries them - any computer supply superstore like CompUSA, Fry's, Staples, or Office Depot should have them. Kinko's, if they do carry them, will charge you an arm & a leg.

    Hope that is what you are looking for.

    If not, and you are trying to do something totally different, try a wholesale paper supplier that is open to the public. The stuff doesn't come in a ream, I think it comes in huge sheets or rolls so they can print many at a time from film. They should be able to help you.

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    Thank you Brad.
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