Archival Methods 24 x 36" Un-Buffered Archival Tissue Papers (480 Sheets)

BH #ARATU2436 • MFR #45-2436
Archival Methods
Archival Methods 24 x 36" Un-Buffered Archival Tissue Papers (480 Sheets)
Key Features
  • Made of High-Alpha Cellulose Pulp
  • Acid & Lignin Free
  • Does Not Degrade Over Time
  • Easily Folded / Padded / Crumpled
The 24 x 36" Un-Buffered Archival Tissue Papers from Archival Methods contains 480 sheets, and is ideal for interleaving prints and drawings, preserving artifacts, and wrapping gowns, historic uniforms, and textile items. In addition, it is well-suited for protein based textiles such as silk, wool, and photographic prints made using dye transfer printing or cyanotype (blue prints). Made of high alpha cellulose pulp derived from purified wood fiber and 25% cotton, the tissues are free of acid and lignin, and do not degrade over time. Being thin, they can easily be folded, padded, or crumpled without the formation of hard edges.
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Archival Methods 24 x 36" Un-Buffered Archival Tissue Papers (480 Sheets)

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Archival Methods 45-2436 Overview

The 24 x 36" Un-Buffered Archival Tissue Papers from Archival Methods contains 480 sheets, and is ideal for interleaving prints and drawings, preserving artifacts, and wrapping gowns, historic uniforms, and textile items. In addition, it is well-suited for protein based textiles such as silk, wool, and photographic prints made using dye transfer printing or cyanotype (blue prints). Made of high alpha cellulose pulp derived from purified wood fiber and 25% cotton, the tissues are free of acid and lignin, and do not degrade over time. Being thin, they can easily be folded, padded, or crumpled without the formation of hard edges.

Made of high alpha cellulose pulp derived from purified wood fiber and 25% cotton
Acid and lignin free
Does not degrade over time
Thin - can easily be folded, padded, or crumpled without the formation of hard edges
Well-suited for protein based textiles such as silk, wool, and photographic prints made using dye transfer printing or cyanotype (blue prints)
Ideal for interleaving prints and drawings, and preserving artifacts
Suitable for wrapping gowns, historic uniforms, and textile items
UPC: 813903024611

Archival Methods 45-2436 Specs

MaterialHigh alpha cellulose pulp derived from purified wood fiber and 25% cotton
Dimensions24.00 x 36.00" (60.96 x 91.44 cm)
Packaging Info
Package Weight11.5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)27 x 24 x 6"
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