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Old 04-25-2018, 06:32 PM
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The most common cause of damage to old photos is handing-- creases bends,d dinged edges, tears, etc. So finding a decent enough way to store then then leave well enough alone is my advice.
agreed...great advice.
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Mylar sleeves, stacked in a dresser.
Wgat is the best way, then, to stor your socks, tank tops and undies?
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I like the idea of Itoya albums for a collection but I do like to see the backs of my photos. For ease of display top loaders are hard to beat. I guess it depends on the photo.
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I put mine in 4mil mylar sleeves and then in itoya books. This allows me to flip through them, but I can easily take them out to view the back without handling the photo itself
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I put mine in 4mil mylar sleeves and then in itoya books. This allows me to flip through them, but I can easily take them out to view the back without handling the photo itself

That’s a good idea. Where do you source your Mylar sleeves?



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I use Mylites 4 for my photos. 4 represents the thickness as they also have Mylites 2 which are 2mm thick.

I get mine on ebay mostly. I use 2 different sizes for larger and smaller photos.
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https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_sac...lites+4&_frs=1
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I use Mylites 4 for my photos. 4 represents the thickness as they also have Mylites 2 which are 2mm thick.



I get mine on ebay mostly. I use 2 different sizes for larger and smaller photos.

Here is the ebay search I use



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