Archival CD/DVD Storage Pages

Extend the life of your media with our Archival CD/DVD Storage Pages. Over time, environmental elements can cause the thin layer of metal on CDs and DVDs to break down and oxidize, rendering the discs unreadable. These specially treated pages prevent oxidation, extending the life of your discs for more than 40 years.

  • Each double-sided page holds up to eight CDs or DVDs
  • Proven Corrosion Intercept Technology® prevents ozone and reactive oxygen
  • Made in the USA

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Archival CD/DVD Storage Pages Pkg/5

9-1/2" x 11-3/4"


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$9.99 ea

Archival CD/DVD Storage Pages 4.4 5 7 7
Best way to save computer disks I bought these to store my media and place them in my safe in case of fire. They are really easy to use and take up very little room in my safe once I put them in a 3 pronged notebook. March 18, 2013
heat looking forward to keep my precious photos safe. so i can show family like grandchildren if my album goes bad. April 10, 2012
Love these pages, but need a binder I have used these for years. I used to purchase a two-up format, but the company I purchased them no longer carries them. I was happy to find these, and purchased them with the Atlas binder. They do not fit in the binder. Can anyone tell me what binder the container store sells to hold them? March 9, 2012
CD DVD Pages These are good quality - not all of the openings were scored properly, which frustrated my husband no end. Overall, I am satisfied with the purchase and would buy them again - just be prepared to have a little patience. March 19, 2011

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What kind of plastic is this?

Does anyone know what type of plastic the sleeve is made of i.e. PVC or PEVA? Thanks!
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The plastic is polyethylene and the backing is made from corrosion intercept, which is a bonded copper.
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