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Lineco Frame Backer Paper (Light Gray, 36" x 300' Roll)

BH #LIFBP36300LG • MFR #613-0035
Lineco
Lineco Frame Backer Paper (Light Gray, 36" x 300' Roll)
Key Features
  • Acid-Free Backing Paper
  • Buffered with 3% Calcium Carbonate
  • Archival Quality, PAT Passed
  • Moderate Porosity, Frame Can Breathe
Help protect your valuable photo or painting with this 36" x 300' roll of light gray Frame Backer Paper from Lineco. This medium is designed specifically with artworks in mind, featuring 3% calcium carbonate buffering for an acid-free construction. It passes the PAT test, making it save for archival use and long-term storage, and can also help protect your print from outside elements such as dust or accidental scrapes or cuts. The paper has moderate porosity and allows the frame package to "breathe".
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$69.99
CUSMA Qualified

Lineco 613-0035 Overview

Help protect your valuable photo or painting with this 36" x 300' roll of light gray Frame Backer Paper from Lineco. This medium is designed specifically with artworks in mind, featuring 3% calcium carbonate buffering for an acid-free construction. It passes the PAT test, making it save for archival use and long-term storage, and can also help protect your print from outside elements such as dust or accidental scrapes or cuts. The paper has moderate porosity and allows the frame package to "breathe".

UPC: 099295004749

Lineco 613-0035 Specs

Calcium Carbonate BufferedYes, 3%
ColorLight gray
Dimensions36" x 300' (91 cm x 91 m)
Packaging Info
Package Weight18.6 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)36.58 x 6.7 x 6.1"
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