30 Pack - Acid Free Unbuffered Grade Tissue Paper - 20" L x 30" W
What does Acid-Free mean?
Acid-free means that a material has a pH level of over 7 but less than 9.5. If the board is too alkaline (over 10), the board could weaken natural protein fibers, such as silk and wool. If the board is acidic (less than 6.5), first the paper will degrade and that could damage the textiles stored within the garment box.
What is Muslin?
Natural unbleached muslin is stable and non-acidic. It is the same material used by museums worldwide such as the Smithsonian. Muslin material is a buffer against moisture and contaminants. Our muslin is pre-washed to remove starches so that you can immediately wrap your gown, textiles, or precious heirlooms in it for safekeeping.
Do I pay International fees and duties?
Yes, you are responsible for any duties or fee that may be due for you. Please do not order if your not willing to pay for these fees, we do not give refunds for buyer who don't pay their duties custom fees, these ARE NOT fees charged by us and we have no way to know if they will be imposed. International orders are final sale.
How soon does my order ship?
All orders ship within 3-5 business days
Where do I my orders ship from?
All orders are shipped from Virginia or Chicago
Do you take returns?
Sorry, all items are final sale. If we have made an error on it, we will be happy to correct it.
What carriers do you use for shipping?
We ship via UPS, FedEx or USPS and tracking is included with all packages.
Can I text a quick question?
Yes, please text 202-643-6372. Our Customer Service Team is available Monday through Friday.
Our Unbuffered tissue is most recommended for artifacts, books, leather gloves, costumes, wools, silks, and other materials because some of the protein fibers in the fabrics may be sensitive to the alkaline buffers.
- 20" x 30"
- I buffered
- pH neutral
- 30 Pack
- Easy to crumble
The absence of acid means the paper will not cause any reaction with articles the paper comes into contact with, such as photographs, art prints, documents, garments and other items
Any 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.
If you are unsure of your fabrics, or if they are of mixed fibers, choose unbuffered materials.