I have just completed a class in genealogy. We were told to go and buy acid free products including paper, plastic protectors, spray, etc. I went to your store in Montrose and the only products they had were the spray and page protectors. I am surprised with the store name of "Archiver's" that you would not have genealogy items. Did the store employee just not know how to direct me? Thank you, Pat
— creatinginohio, OH on Dec 20, 2011

The papers and cardstocks that we have in stores are photo-safe and acid-free. Most adhesives, markers, pens, inks, and embellishments are as well, but you'll have to check packaging on specific items to be sure. One of our favorite adhesives is the Tombow Dot runner, which is photo-safe and acid-free. We also really like to use black and sepia Archival inks from Ranger. You can also buy Archival Mist to keep paper from breaking down over time. Hope this helps!