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Perhaps someone more acquainted with materials science than I am should be developing water-resistant paper.  I think we have identified a market need.

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I think there already is. At least I do remember paper notebooks being sold as such already in the late '90s. Rite in the Rain, for one, comes to mind. Field Notes, too... problem is, if they are water resistant, it may possibly be difficult to write with a water-based ink like FP ink.

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1 hour ago, txomsy said:

I think there already is. At least I do remember paper notebooks being sold as such already in the late '90s. Rite in the Rain, for one, comes to mind. Field Notes, too... problem is, if they are water resistant, it may possibly be difficult to write with a water-based ink like FP ink.

Don't think I've ever seen Rite in the Rain, but Field Notes aren't hard to come by... I will include one with the next order I"m trying to get over the "free shipping" hurdle and experiment.  Thanks.

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5 hours ago, essayfaire said:

Perhaps someone more acquainted with materials science than I am should be developing water-resistant paper.  I think we have identified a market need.

 

Already addressed by retail products available since over a decade ago.

 

https://www.fountainpennetwork.com/forum/search/?&q=stone paper&type=forums_topic&nodes=36,41&search_and_or=and

 

I reviewed one such product in 2018 (note: same brand as what @dcwaites reviewed in 2013).

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On 1/26/2021 at 6:57 PM, A Smug Dill said:

That was an interesting and somewhat contentious thread! I don't think I'll be searching out that product anytime soon, even with all my nice EF nibs!  Thanks, Smug.

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