Archival mounting is a process that uses acid-free mount-board in order to protect a piece of art over time. Using acid-free material, lignin-free material or measures to help maintain an alkaline pH, ensure the board itself doesn't contain anything that will produce harmful acid in the future. Archival-quality mounting can also be known as, museum quality, acid-free, or conservation quality.
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