Acid Free Paper
Preserve Your Wedding Gown Yourself and Save
Available in 72 sheet packs (72 sheets size 30" x
Our Acid Free Tissue Paper is the same high quality material used in our professional wedding gown preservations
NON BUFFERED ACID FREE TISSUE PAPER.
This soft, thin acid free tissue is lignin free and comes without any buffering agents ( pH 7.0 ). It can be used to interleave or wrap color photographs, wrap silk and wool fabrics (or unknown fabrics ) and pad or cushion many other artifacts. Soft pure fibers help prevent scuffing and breakage during storage and handling.
Excellent for stuffing, interleaving or a variety of uses, this translucent tissue is completely acid-free and has a thickness of .001. It has countless applications in museums, archives or libraries. Its very soft surface makes it an ideal choice for separation wrapping. Excellent for wedding gowns,Christening gowns, beanie babies, costume storage.
These museum quality 20" X 30" acid free paper sheets are perfect for wrapping small collectibles and keepsakes, and for textile interleaving. They can also be used as interleaving for books and scrapbooks with photographs. Simply cut to page size. The acid free tissue greatly enhances protection against acid migration, and is the tissue of choice for all cottons, linen, rayon and paper. Use this acid free tissue for collectibles made of synthetic materials like polyester and nylon. Use for wrapping and/or storing materials of wool and silk, fur, feathers and leather, color photographs and metals. This tissue is also NONTARNISHING and ideal for silver storage. This NONBUFFERED tissue is safe for contact with all materials.
Storing Beanies in zip-lock bags is about the worst way to store your Beanies for perservation throughout the years. Zip-lock bags trap the off-gassing from PVC pellets that can destroy fibers and provide for no air circulation. For the longest perservation, Beanies should be wrapped lightly in acid free tissue paper, unbleached muslin, or plain, uninked tyvek. They should be stored in a climate that is constant and not too humid or hot in temperature, with adequate ventilation. In other words, not in a plastic bag stuffed into a closet or basement. After enveloping the Beanies in an acid free paper, they should be stored in a container that allows for air circulation to allow for expansion, prevents mildew growth and damage from off gassing. Periodically the Beanies should be repositioned and rewrapped to prevent stress on the fabric to cause damage that might eventually lead to cracking of fibers.
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