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    Interleaving papers

    anyone know where i can find some interleaving paper similar to Renaissance Non-Buffered Paper that light Impression is supposed to have. I ordered some in August and as we all know that seems to be a big big hole in the ground these days.

    Am getting ready to cancel th order but would like to find a new source.

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    thanks, do you have personal knowledge about any of these? I got some interleaving sometime ago from Adorama and I don't like it at all. It is like tissue paper.

    What I have been using is heavier and is more like copy paper, but heavier and of course archival.
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    How about University Products? They specialize in archival materials, but unlike LI they actually have product to sell and ship.

    http://www.universityproducts.com/ca...d=1257&navTree[]=1257&navTree[]=1288&navTree[]=1310

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    Quote Originally Posted by ann View Post
    thanks, do you have personal knowledge about any of these? I got some interleaving sometime ago from Adorama and I don't like it at all. It is like tissue paper.

    What I have been using is heavier and is more like copy paper, but heavier and of course archival.
    No I haven’t used these particular brands. The last I used was marked “glassine” bought at a local camera store now deceased. If you have any of the material left you could measure its thickness with a micrometer or dial caliper. Then, by comparing the stated thickness given on the seller’s sites if listed, you could at least try to find material of the same thickness.

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    good point Ian, and i will check out the universityproducts link, thinks bdial
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