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Hi guys. Wondering whether or not ink will bleed though onto the sheets underneath? I see that Rhodia states that their brand does not bleed though. Thanks in advance.
It is pretty unlikely you'd see bleed through on clairefontaine paper. Its a little thinner than rhodia so it is possible to see some shadowing through the paper, but even with dark inks out of a broad nib (the way I generally write) you're able to easily use both sides of a page cleanly. I've been using clairefontaine notebooks for years and I've never had trouble with bleed through myself.
I should mention its possible to get bleeding on rhodia or clairfontaine if you really try. Its just very difficult
Thanks. That's very useful information.
It is *possible* to make any paper bleed. I use fountain pens, and it is highly uncommon for me to manage to bleed through Clairefontaine paper, however, with enough ink, you can make any paper bleed.
Rhodia paper is 80 gsm most of the time, while this and most Clairefontaine is 90 gsm, which is a touch thicker. I find the process they use for Rhodia makes it more ink resistant despite being thinner, but, of course, they have a variety of products under both brands.
ink Definitely not bleed through it is very high-quality high weight paper that’s why it’s so much plus the cool really LOL