Paper Storage Explained:

Paper is highly sensitive to moisture and the humidity levels within which it is stored. When paper is manufactured, most manufacturers produce paper to strict quality standards.  The paper is then carefully sealed into packaging that contains a special lining for maintaining the humidity level of the paper for as long as it is properly stored. Paper shipped in this condition is perfect for Xerographic applications, but the freshness of the paper is dependent upon its storage conditions.

As a result, paper that is improperly handled or stored can be subject to excess moisture from the atmosphere, which can cause the paper to increase in size, warp, curl or stick together.

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Source: Xerox