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Old 09-03-2006, 01:37 PM   #1  
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Page 200 of the catty says cardstock is acid and lignin free. No mention of buffered. But does have an SM beside Cardstock.
Page 204 says AIB next to Very Vanilla/ Whisper White cardstock.

So are all colors buffered? Or just the colors on page 204?
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They are buffered, yes.
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Can anyone explain what buffered means? I know I have heard it explained before but I can't remember.
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If you have an object on your page that is NOT acid free, the buffering prevents it from migrating to anything else on the page. Unless of couse the two objects overlap each other, I imagine.
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Makes sense. Thanks Betsy!
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It should be noted that photographs are not acid-free. I don't know about the new photoprocessing (all digital here) but older photos are not acid free. Same with any documents like funeral cards, birth certificates, newspaper clippings etc. Things will deteriorate at different rates on your scrapbook pages, so it's best to keep them apart using buffered paper. Including pages that are back to back.
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