Genealogy Extract Certificate Protection Sleeves, 3-Layer, Acid Free

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  • new technology triple layer material - dense and lightweight
  • Crystal clear - does not dull over time, even after decades
  • Biodegradable, compostable, non plastic, plant based material - zero to landfill
  • PVC Free, therefore protecting your valuable documents from plasticiser migration has developed an innovative, lightweight, triple layer archive sleeve specifically sized for storing genealogy documents, including extract certificates and research documents. As you would expect, all sleeves are acid free. In addition, our sleeves are free from PVC, like many of the standard sleeves sold elsewhere. PVC is prone to plasticiser migration, meaning the print can lift off the paper and destroy your precious documents. Our sleeves are coated on the outside layer of the three layer film to retard the harmful effect of ultraviolet light. The middle layer is a dense core giving strength which prevents tearing. The inside layer of our sleeve is made from an untreated material which ensures that the sleeves are completely acid free on contact with your valuable documents. Our sleeves are sealed at the edge by compression and ultrasound, meaning that there is no hard plastic serrated edge. Our sleeves will fit neatly around your documents, putting the focus on the contents. Unlike hard plastic archive sleeves, the new technology material does not dull or scratch over time and retains the crystal clear transparency that you want for your collections. If you are an experienced collector, you will know how putting a document into a hard plastic sleeve can bend or dent your collectible. That’s not the case with sleeves, as ours are made from a soft but dense lightweight material deliberately designed to prevent such a calamity.

Available in two sizes - Long (345 x 145 mm) and A4 (300 x 214 mm) - to fit most sizes of extract certificates and research documents.