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Buffered Acid Free Tissue Paper, 18x24" - 960 Sheets

Our 18x24" buffered 12# archival wrapping tissue paper is made from recycled bleached materials with an alkaline reserve of at least 3% calcium carbonate as a PH Buffer. The buffer will protect against acids that are not there initially, but migrate or build up over time. For example, have you ever filed away legal documents and pulled them out years late to find they are now illegible? This is due to the buildup of acids over time. If you interleave your legal documents or photographs with this tissue, they will remain in good legible condition for years to come.

Buffered tissue is perfect for the storage of many kinds of valuable trinkets and artifacts as long as the materials will not be affected by an alkaline PH or Calcium Carbonate. These include but are not limited to; cotton and linen clothing, cellulose nitrate film-base photographic materials, and herbarium collections.

Furthermore, the PH of this grade is 8.5-9 and has passed the Photographic Activity Test and TAPPI T 444 test for silver tarnishing by paper and board. So, it is safe to use on photographs, important documents, jewelry, and other metals.

Read about the different applications for archival tissue here!

  • 10.00
  • Product ships as Dimensional Weight of LBS due to volume of carton ("x"x").
  • USA
  • Solid

Archival tissue paper is available in either buffered or unbuffered anti tarnish materials. They are beneficial for the preservation and storage of numerous items, and great for interleaving between pages of important photographs or documents that need to be kept for long periods of time. The archival tissue paper can be reused again and again without losing its protective qualities. Matter of fact, the more the archival tissue is handled, the softer it becomes.

Both buffered and unbuffered tissue papers have specific uses. Buffered tissue paper should be used on materials that will not be affected by an alkaline PH, or interaction with Calcium Carbonate; for example, cottons, linens, books, and black and white motion picture films. Unbuffered Anti-Tarnish tissue is for materials that may be negatively affected by alkalinity; such as, blueprints, jewelry, instruments, wool, silks, and color motion pictures. If you are ever unsure of what type of protective paper you need, use unbuffered tissue paper.

Read about the different applications for archival tissue here!

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Our 18x24" buffered 12# archival wrapping tissue paper is made from recycled bleached materials with an alkaline reserve of at least 3% calcium carbonate as a PH Buffer. The buffer will protect against acids that are not there initially, but migrate or build up over time. For example, have you ever filed away legal documents and pulled them out years late to find they are now illegible? This is due to the buildup of acids over time. If you interleave your legal documents or photographs with this tissue, they will remain in good legible condition for years to come.

Buffered tissue is perfect for the storage of many kinds of valuable trinkets and artifacts as long as the materials will not be affected by an alkaline PH or Calcium Carbonate. These include but are not limited to; cotton and linen clothing, cellulose nitrate film-base photographic materials, and herbarium collections.

Furthermore, the PH of this grade is 8.5-9 and has passed the Photographic Activity Test and TAPPI T 444 test for silver tarnishing by paper and board. So, it is safe to use on photographs, important documents, jewelry, and other metals.

Read about the different applications for archival tissue here!

  • 10.00
  • Product ships as Dimensional Weight of LBS due to volume of carton ("x"x").
  • USA
  • Solid

Archival tissue paper is available in either buffered or unbuffered anti tarnish materials. They are beneficial for the preservation and storage of numerous items, and great for interleaving between pages of important photographs or documents that need to be kept for long periods of time. The archival tissue paper can be reused again and again without losing its protective qualities. Matter of fact, the more the archival tissue is handled, the softer it becomes.

Both buffered and unbuffered tissue papers have specific uses. Buffered tissue paper should be used on materials that will not be affected by an alkaline PH, or interaction with Calcium Carbonate; for example, cottons, linens, books, and black and white motion picture films. Unbuffered Anti-Tarnish tissue is for materials that may be negatively affected by alkalinity; such as, blueprints, jewelry, instruments, wool, silks, and color motion pictures. If you are ever unsure of what type of protective paper you need, use unbuffered tissue paper.

Read about the different applications for archival tissue here!