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View Poll Results: Are all your LO's acid free or do you sometimes cheat.

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  • Acid free %100

    1 25.00%
  • Acid free most of the time

    3 75.00%
  • Don't worry about acid

    0 0%
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    Junior Scrapper
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    I was wondering how many people worry about acid in their scrapbooks.
    pattycake
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    I was wondering how many people worry about acid in their scrapbooks.
    pattycake
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    I try to watch the acid content in my scrapbooks. I always used acid free paper, and I also watch what glues and adhesives I use..but. If there is something special I want to use I go ahead and use it. I'm just very careful that it doesn't touch my pictures.
    pattycake
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    I said most of the time because I don't have an acid tester pen. I have used some paint chips to make letters and I don't know if they were or not. But I didn't let them touch my pictures. Everything else is specifically for scrapbooking.
    Cindy
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    We try to make sure that we use acid free things on our layouts but if there is a doubt..we will try to buffer it with cardstock and away from the pictures themselves.

    Carolyn

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    You bet they are. Why spend the time if your not sure they will last 100 or more years?
    My rule is "When in doubt, throw it out".


 

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