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Make It Acid-Free Paper Protectant Spray

by Krylon

If your newspaper clippings, letters, drawings and more are important to you, this is the product for you. Make It Acid-Free is an affordable new spray that raises the pH level of acidic papers and slows down the aging process. This product is ideal for scrapbook enthusiasts to keep their treasured memories protected for a lifetime. Make It Acid-Free instantly adds an invisible, protective buffer and dries quickly so you can keep working without the wait. Neutralizes acids that deteriorate paper, protects paper from getting brittle and extends the life of awards, newspaper clippings, and more.

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Make It Acid-Free Paper Protectant Spray

by Krylon

Average User Rating: Based on (8 Reviews)

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Rebecca H. from Amarillo, TX says:

Make It Acid Free is fast drying; almost instantly but use only in garage or some other large open space, it's too windy here to place outdoors; reason being it's sort of stinky (lol) but perfect if you're...[more]

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Would this product work for an acidic mat board?

- Asked by Marlene on 06-Mar-13

The Make-It-Acid-Free Paper Protectant Spray will neutralizes the acids that are in the paper. It will not neutralize the acids in the mat board behind it.

- Answered by MisterArt on 15-Mar-13

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Rated by: Rebecca H. in Amarillo, TX
Make It Acid Free is fast drying; almost instantly but use only in garage or some other large open space, it's too windy here to place outdoors; reason being it's sort of stinky (lol) but perfect if you're working with things like I just did, i.e.; very old photos, memorabilia of my great great great grandfather's civil war photos, muster call sheets, etc. These are priceless to me so you know I wouldn't trust just anything. This product was the least expensive here, and not readily available everywhere. Great product, Mr. Art!! TY so much! I would also suggest ordering two at a time to save shipping charges on a larger item such as this. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to express myself.
Rated by: Diane L. in Morris county, NJ
I make brown paper bag scrapbooks for the coaches, teachers, and my own kids, so this is great to use on the paper bags. I have tried others and they are WAY to expensive and this brand is awesome for the price. The only negative is that you have to use in an open area (due to fumes and it is a bit smelly), but the price compared to what is in the local art stores is well worth needing to use in a well ventilated area. In the art stores they are charging nearly $40.00 for a 5.3 ounce bottle, that does the exact same thing. So, if price is a concern this is the product for you.
Rated by: Dianne W. in Goffstown, NH
I was told about this when I started scrapbooking, had to try it. It is the neatest stuff in a spray can Thanks for saving alot of memories !!
Rated by: eric f. in myrtle beach, SC
A fine product, easy to use, more economical than comparable products
Rated by: Laura K. in Bel Air, MD
I was a bit apprehensive by this purchase, but it is totally worth the money. It only takes a quick spray to cover a lot of paper. The spray dries quickly, and it truly does make any paper acid free (I tested it with my Marvy Neutral 7 Acid Identifier!
Rated by: C. D. in Bowling Green, OH
This is a great and economical product, especially if you are a scrap booker. I looked for it in local stores and it cost over $44. With this product, you don't have to worry about including questionable things with your books and having them turn everything yellow. I really recommend this.
Rated by: Debbie S. in Matador, TX
I have been fortunate enough to have been able to use this to protect my scrapbook pages from inks used in newspapers. It is difficult to remove the overspray but if you use a spray box you won't have any problems there. This is the best I have found to neutralize acid. Quick drying time means no delays while crafting. A great buy!
Rated by: akiko g. in southbay, CA
I've never used this product or others similar to this in the past, so it's hard to compare to anything, but i can't tell how well the acid protection works. all i know is that if you get this product on anything other than the paper you're working with, it's really hard to remove.

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