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Our Polyethylene Bags afford protection from the damaging effects of handling, dust, pollution and moisture. Formats are available for a variety of ephemera including postcards, comic books, magazines, sheet music, record jackets and many other collectibles. We also carry many sizes for matted prints in digital or conventional photographic media.
Manufactured from uncoated, chemically inert polyethylene. Our flap-style bags for comic books, magazines, prints and other collectibles have the additional advantage of being easier to load, after which the flap can be folded over and secured if you wish with a bit of tape for added dust protection on the open end. The transparency of polyethylene decreases with an increase of mil thickness. Accordingly, 2- and 3-mil thick material strikes an excellent compromise between product strength and clarity.
Watch our short video: Archival Polyethylene Bags for the Safe Storage of Photographs