Waterleaf

A type of unsized paper used for paper towels, tissues, and blotting papers. The lack of internal sizing, a material added to most paper pulp to impart water resistance, gives waterleaf papers the ability to absorb water or other fluids readily and instantly. (See Sizing.)

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