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This is a 17" x 1,000' roll of Archival Tissue from Archival Methods. It is excellent for interleaving prints and drawings and for protecting artifacts. Now that you have that great portfolio assembled, why not add this tissue to prevent the pages from rubbing against each other? This tissue not only adds a layer of protection between images but also lends a touch of professionalism to an already fabulous portfolio. It can also be used for preserving gowns, historic uniforms, and textile items. It is archival grade - acid and lignin-free. It is also thin for easy folding, padding, and crumples without 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
1.5 mil thicknesses, Caliper 0.0012
Lightweight (20 to 34 g/sq. m)
Passes the PAT (Photographic Activity Test), ISO 14523 (formerly ANSI IT9.16), and TAPPI T444 silver tarnish test
High-quality, buffered, archival tissue paper for interleaving and wrapping
Tissue is buffered for added protection
Acid and lignin free
Easy to fold and pad, and crumple without hard edges
Sulfur Content: Maximum 0.0004
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Archival Methods Tissue (1000' x 17" Wide, 1000' x 17" Roll)