Tissue Paper

Buffered material:Good for artifacts such as photos; Cellulose fibers such as cotton, flax, linen and jute, as well plant-based specimens.

 

Unbuffered material: Good for artifacts that contain animal proteins are best stored in unbuffered material. Protein-based materials include wool and silk, as well as animal-based natural history collections, leather-bound books, and textile details such as pearls. When textiles have both cellulose and protein fibers, unknown dyes, or if the fiber content is unknown, choose unbuffered material. Blueprints should always be stored using this material.

PAPER, Acid-Free, Legal

This Archival quality acid-free paper is perfect for printing and writing on. Each package contains 500 unbuffered pages.

TISSUE PAPER, Unbuffered, Acid-Free, PKG 5, 15”x20”

Excellent for stuffing, textile storage, interleaving of materials that degrade or become more acidic over time, such as newsprint, as well as countless other applications in museums, archives or libraries. These translucent tissues are completely acid-free and have a thickness of .001. Perfect for any artifacts that contain animal proteins are best stored in unbuffered material.

TISSUE PAPER, Unbuffered, Acid-Free, PKG 5, 24”x36”

Excellent for stuffing, textile storage, interleaving of materials that degrade or become more acidic over time, such as newsprint, as well as countless other applications in museums, archives or libraries. These translucent tissues are completely acid-free and have a thickness of .001. Perfect for any artifacts that contain animal proteins are best stored in unbuffered material.

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