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Milton Keynes Printing & Mailing Company


Print Management Company

Milton Keynes Printing and direct marketing company

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Letterheads are essential

Buy high quality

You probably use very few letterheads these days. But, when you do they may as well be really good quality and because you buy less of them you can afford it.

People associate thickness with quality so have it as thick as you can afford.  Standard letterheads by your average printing company tend to be 100gsm and some as low as 80gsm.  Printing & Mailing always recommend at least 120gsm and our own letterheads are 160gsm which perfectly show off how much we care about quality.

It is absolutely essential that your letterhead paper gives you great results no matter what printing device you use.  Printing & Mailing always recommend very bright white, very smooth laser and inkjet guaranteed paper.  The colours will be vibrant, the text will be sharp.  You will look as good as you possibly can.

Be careful with digital print when it comes to letterheads.  If you want to print your letterheads in a laser printer then don’t have them digitally printed. Digital print uses a hot laser process to apply the toner.  Your hot desktop laser printer can lift the toner back off the letterhead so don’t take the risk.