Reply To: acid free envelopes

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Katherine Collett
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Test the envelopes with one of the Ph-testing pens (available, for instance, at http://www.gaylord.com/adblock.asp?abid=1655). If they were buffered or lignin-free in the first place, they should stay acid-free, but if they were just acid-free but contained lignin, they will become acidic. We have a lot of boxes with ACID-FREE stamped prominently on them, but they aren’t.