C-Line Redi-Mount Photo HoldersPhoto Album Refill Pages
11" x 9" - 3-ring Binding - 3-Hole Punched" - View Complete Details
Product Number: CLI85050
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C-Line Redi-Mount Photo Holders - Photo mounting sheets organize your photos. Use to mount your photographs for storage in three-ring binders. Easy to use. Pull back see-through plastic, press photo onto adhesive sheet (reposition as necessary), and reapply plastic for secure protection. Reposition photos to your satisfaction.
- Photos adhere to pressure-sensitive sheet under a clear plastic overlay.
- Photos can be displayed on both sides of each sheet.
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Q:Are these pages acid free, archival quality?Asked on 2/14/2015 by Christie
A:No, these photo holders are not archival quality.Answered on 2/14/2015 by Community Answer from None
Q:Is this product "acid free"? I'd like to use it for long term storage and I know that "acid free" is important but I don't know if it applies to this product. Are these pages appropriate for long term (say 30 year) storage of photos?
ThanksAsked on 3/27/2014 by New to archiving from Washington
A:The C-Line Photo Holders, when used with the inserts CLI52564, are archival-quality and acid free.Answered on 3/31/2014 by Adam from Columbus, Wisc.