Do we use special fibers when we make our paper money?



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    Yes, the paper that the Bureau of Engraving and Printing uses to make paper money is a distinct type of paper that is manufactured with regard to BEP standards. The paper has to be 75% cotton and 25% linen, and contains red and blue fibers that are evenly spread out throughout the bill. There are also size and weight standards that the BEP must follow when making paper currency. 

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