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.
The Professional's Source Since 1973
- Acid- & Lignin-Free
- Prevents Pages from Rubbing Together
- High Quality / Buffered
- Cost-Efficient Image Protection
Archival Methods 45-006 Overview
Archival Methods 45-006 Specs
|Dimensions||16.0 x 20.0" / 40.6 x 51.0 cm|
|Package Weight||5 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||19.9 x 16.1 x 1.4"|
Archival Methods 45-006 Reviews
Not Quite 16x20
They are about .25 undersized on either dimension... Would have liked them to FULLY cover the 16x20 borderless prints I bought this size to interleave with... Otherwise the paper is as would be expected.
Always use archival tissues. Safe prints.
Grit digs across a print surface. What's the point? Easy to use archival tissues are light and sturdy. Don't keep prints in a portfolio without them.
Perfect for shipping art
I purchased this tissue to place between watercolor art pieces that I was shipping. It was perfect! The transaction with the company was smooth and flawless, too.
It's Tissue Paper!
Works fine for packaging prints for shipping. Owning an Epson P800 I wish that the sheets were at least 17x22 or slightly bigger so one sheet would cover an entire print at that printer's largest sheet size
Only B&H can provide them, Thank you!
For Archival photography storage Without Sam Flax, I am glad we have B&H.
Tissue Paper for Print Storage
I use this paper in conjunction with archival boxes to store my print. Paper is easy to handle/separate and protects prints well.
yes, nice !
Scratch Scratch. Eliminate the scratch.
These archival sheets separate costly artwork prints that have value and are costly to replace. Art buyers do not need to see prints slide over each other with or without the possible scratch noises. They are impressed with the time and care of the tissue papers though. It provides a mystery of 'unveiling' for the next print as well. Win. Win.
YOUR RECENTLY VIEWED ITEMS