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Is Strathmore paper archival?
Last Updated: 24th February, 2020
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Regarding this, what is archival quality paper?
Archival paper is an especially permanent, durable acid-free paper. Often, cotton rag paper is used for archival purposes, as it is not made from wood-based pulp. Thus, "archival paper" is sometimes broken down into two categories: Conservation-grade — acid-free, buffered paper made from wood-based pulp.
Subsequently, question is, is Strathmore paper acid free? Strathmore describe their 500 Series as follows. Premium quality, professional grade fine art papers. All Papers are archival, acid free and manufactured with cotton fiber for enhanced surface durability and exceptional results.
Similarly, it is asked, is Canson paper archival?
Canson Edition Papers Made of 100% cotton, these archival sheets are dual-sided with both smooth and medium toothed surfaces, and have deckled edges. They are luxurious and versatile and can be used for printmaking, drawing or multi-media.
How long does archival paper last?
Archival photo paper is normally measured by how many years the image will last and keep its original colours without change or fading. Some manufacturers promise 25 years and some 150 years. This can be put to the test and can be measured by a special machine.