Blotting paper

Blotting paper is an atural white coloured, unglued, unbuffered, minimally pressed paper, the structure of which allows efficient absorption of liquids well through capillary action. The paper contains a considerable proportion of cotton fibres, since these are particularly absorbent.
Blotting paper natural white – sheets
Neutral, acid-free, ageing-resistant, soft absorbent blotting paper sheets without optical brightening agents. The relatively rough yet soft surface makes the paper ideal for use as intermediate layers, in folders and preservation booklets. Originals placed on or between this paper, slide around less, which reduces mechanical strain on the originals – a characteristics that is much appreciated by conservators.
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Blotting paper natural white – on reel
Neutral, acid-free, ageing-resistant, soft absorbent reeled blotting paper without optical brightening agents. The relatively rough yet soft surface makes the paper ideal for use as intermediate layers, in folders and preservation booklets. Originals placed on or between this paper, slide around less, which reduces mechanical strain on the originals – a characteristics that is much appreciated by conservators.
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