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Old Today, 01:41 AM   #91
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Wow! Tracking said the 29th and they showed up today. I only unrolled about 4 inches and it looked amazing. I gotta store them so I didn't unroll them. I'm stoked though. Didn't want to risk damaging anything by unrolling and trying to roll back up and put in the tube. Would love to store them flat though if anyone has any suggestions for me.
Top loader is the way to go. Here is a company who has heaps of sizes just have to see which ones fits the best.

https://www.bcwsupplies.com/type/toploader/large
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Old Today, 08:36 AM   #92
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Thank you for that link. Very helpful.
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Wow! Tracking said the 29th and they showed up today. I only unrolled about 4 inches and it looked amazing. I gotta store them so I didn't unroll them. I'm stoked though. Didn't want to risk damaging anything by unrolling and trying to roll back up and put in the tube. Would love to store them flat though if anyone has any suggestions for me.
What I do, cuz I have a ton of poster and prints that I have to store. I went and got 2 pieces of acid free foam board (what you use to frame stuff) and got them cut pretty big from hobby lobby. I put all of my posters in there and seperate them with acid free like tissue paper. Then I just put some clips on the sides and put the foam board vertically in my closet for storage. 2 giant pieces of foam board cost me like 18 dollars and I have like 20+ posters stored in there.
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What I do, cuz I have a ton of poster and prints that I have to store. I went and got 2 pieces of acid free foam board (what you use to frame stuff) and got them cut pretty big from hobby lobby. I put all of my posters in there and seperate them with acid free like tissue paper. Then I just put some clips on the sides and put the foam board vertically in my closet for storage. 2 giant pieces of foam board cost me like 18 dollars and I have like 20+ posters stored in there.
This is actually how we pack unframed prints for exhibitions as well. We do try to keep it horizontal as much as possible of course, but if you're sure there's no shifting you can go vertical as well.
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