A boilproof, greaseproof and waterproof paper. Its name comes from original parchment, which was made from animal skin by means of hair-removal, drying and smoothing. The starting product for making parchment is an absorbent base paper that is treated in a sulfuric acid bath in order to seal the surfaces. The paper is primarily used for packaging greasy products (butter, margarine) and for technical purposes.

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