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Archival Underbed Garment Storage Box

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Archival Underbed Garment Storage Box

For protecting precious, irreplaceable items such as bridal gowns, infant clothes, vintage apparel and heirloom linens, choose our Archival Underbed Garment Storage Box. It's specially constructed to create a dust-, light- and acid-free environment to preserve sensitive fabrics. See more product details below.

  • Includes twelve sheets of Acid-Free Tissue
  • Additional Acid-Free Tissue is available (sold separately, listed below)
  • Made in the USA
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Archival Underbed Garment Storage Box

40-1/2" x 19-1/2" x 6-1/2" h

452100

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$44.99 ea
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Archival Underbed Garment Storage Box 4.9 5 14 14
Easy to use These boxes are great to store treasured items you want to last a lifetime. I used them to put my dowry of linens my grandmother crocheted for me in Europe. She started when I was born so I couldn't just store them anywhere. The box was worth the price. March 3, 2010
Boxed In This archival box is great. Directions are easy to follow to set up the box for storage. I stored my Native American regalia (buckskin dress, moccasins, and shawl) and it was great that the box comes with free acid free tissue paper. I feel comfortable storing such valuable clothing in the box for future use--and without the worry of the buckskin changing color. April 16, 2010
Great for storing away daughters' prom dresses. You just know if you give them away, it will haunt you. Better to store archivally for long term instead of taking up hanging space in closet. May 24, 2010
Great for Wedding Dresses Don't waste $300+ at a drycleaners having your wedding dress "preserved." Spot clean any marks and buy this box! I had an elaborate, full skirt wedding gown with taffeta "hoops" and a 3' train. It fit easily into the biggest box, with room left over to store my veil and some old baby clothes, all nicely wrapped into the huge sheets of acid-free tissue paper that were included with the box. Then the whole thing slid easily under our bed. Don't forget to use something to deter moths. June 14, 2010

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We do not recommend the archival garment box be used to store baby books or large photo albums.
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Is this box sturdy to mail across country?

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Yes, our archival under bed garment storage box can be repackaged and shipped / mailed, but we do not recommend shipping / mailing it as a package with items inside.
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The Archival Underbed Garment Storage Box and the included twelve sheets of tissue are acid- and lignin-free.
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The term "archival quality" is used to designate materials or products that are permanent, durable, and/or chemically stable, and, therefore, can be safely used for preservation purposes. Our archival storage boxes for textiles are constructed from acid-free materials. The archival material is crafted into solid, secure boxes that resist dust, dirt and light infiltration.

 
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