Bill (or anyone), any thoughts on what's being used to wrap paintings these days? I used to buy big rolls of polyethylene but this archival art materials dealer is pushing Tyvek Soft Wrap. They claim it's better than polyethylene AND glassine. I would like something I could use for paintings but also my stretched paper pieces, that (a) wouldn't react and (b) would be easy to tape and untape. I'm also looking at archival shipping/packing tape.
- tom moody 10-04-2009 7:17 pm

i wish i knew off hand tom. perhaps steve michelle or ruth know better. i thibnk when my piece was returned from slough it was in bubble wrap. ill look arround and see whats going on.
- bill 10-05-2009 4:33 pm [add a comment]

Thanks. Probably what I will do is order a small "test" roll and if I like it order more. That supplier is on 57th but it looks like they don't have walk-in facilities to examine stuff.

Bubble is probably best for short hauls. It's too bulky for my stacks of er, inventory.

- tom moody 10-05-2009 5:58 pm [add a comment]

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