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Museum archivists, artists, photographers, and aficionados of optimal storage solutions will both appreciate and value this pack of 480 sheets of Buffered Archival Tissues from Archival Methods. These tissues are suitable for interleaving prints and drawings, as well as in the preservation and protection of artifacts. In portfolios, the tissues will help prevent the possibility of damage from the result of rubbing, while also adding to the work's professional aesthetics. Buffered archival tissues are frequently used in the preservation of gowns, historic uniforms, and various textiles. An archival product, the tissue is acid- and lignin-free, easy to fold and pad, and crumple without forming hard edges.
Widely used to wrap gowns, historic uniforms, and textile items
Buffered with calcium carbonate 2 to 3% alkaline reserve, pH 9 +/-0.5
Lightweight (20 to 34 g/sq. m, 1.5 mil)
Passes the PAT (Photographic Activity Test), ISO 14523 (formerly ANSI IT9.16), and TAPPI T444 silver tarnish test
High-quality, buffered, archival tissue papers for interleaving and wrapping
Tissues are buffered for added protection
Acid- and lignin-free
Easy to fold and pad, and crumple without hard edges