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Museum Quality Lignin-Free Archival Wedding Gown Boxes - 40" x 19" x 3 3/4" - 3/Pack

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$78.00 - $90.00

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Museum Quality brand boxes are the industries GOLD STANDARD FOR OVER 30 YEARS.

Our Museum Quality wedding boxes are made of lignin-free, solid white archival grade board. The lignin-free board is buffered to resist acid migration. Included with the box is archival lignin-free tissue paper, muslin interior box liner, promotional brochures, customer care cards and cotton gloves. Available in a variety of sizes. 3 per pack.

Features

  • Includes lignin-free tissue paper, muslin interior box liner, promotional brochures, customer care cards and cotton gloves
  • Available in a variety of sizes
  • Made from lignin-free archival grade board

Product Specifications

Brand: Museum Quality
Units: 3/Pack
Size / Dimension: 40" L x 19" W x 3.75" H
Material: Cardboard
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How do you package a wedding gown in a wedding gown box?
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The wedding gown boxes we carry each come with different features and accessories, but the fundamentals for packaging remain the same. The gown needs to be cleaned before packaging. Gown accessories, such as the veil or gloves should be wrapped in tissue. The assembled box should be lined in tissue. The gown’s bodice, sleeves and where the train is folded, should be stuffed with tissue, or in some cases the bodice can have a bust form inserted. The wrapped accessories can be placed on the folded gown. The window or lid can then be places on the packaged gown.
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What do people use to keep the wedding gowns secure in boxes, which don’t have tie downs?
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Most people use Acid Free Tissue paper to stuff and pad the gowns to keep them in place.
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Do any or your wedding gown boxes have tie down holes?
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Our Centsible Wedding Gown Boxes have tie down holes.
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What causes a wedding gown to “yellow”?
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The dyes used in making up the wedding gown’s fabric include certain forms of acids. After awhile the dyes will start to break down and release these acids which will cause the fabric to “yellow”. To help prevent “yellowing” it is recommended that the wedding gowns be stuffed with acid free tissue paper and check in an acid free or acid neutral box.
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Should tape be used to seal the wedding gown boxes?
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Tape is not recommended to seal the box. In time, tape will lose its adhesive qualities and will stain the box.
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When preserving wedding gowns, should the boxes be sealed with a plastic bag?
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Most people agree textiles should not be stored in plastic bags. Plastic will hold in moisture that the garment contains, which increases the risk of damage caused by mildew. The garment should be kept so that the material can “breath”. Ideally, it should not be kept in a damp or overly dry place. Plastic bags as they start to breakdown may also give off a gas, which could cause further harm to the material. Plastic bags, however, would be beneficial in offering some protection from outdoor elements, before the box reaches its final destination
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