mounting Sheep skin?

GUMBY GCF

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I am having a memory lapse I konw how and how not to. But I forget if it should be on an unbuffered board or a buffered board.
 
Unbuffered for anything alkaline sensitive i.e. very old photos and anything animal protein i.e. silk, wool, animal skin, hair... F.A.C.T.S. will probably offer more details.
 
Thank you for confirming that Erin. It is terrible to start doubting your choices in materials.. I was pretty sure but wanted confirmation. Now to make sure I have some 2296crescent.
 
An easy way to remember that, Gumby, is that sheep do not contain calcium carbonate in significant quantities.

Sheep are naturally acid-free and suitable for all conservation framing applications.
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Originally posted by Ron Eggers:
Sheep are naturally acid-free and suitable for all conservation framing applications.
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So there is the solution to your problem!!

Mount it on a sheep.

Framerguy
 
Is it true that Jerry V is heading up the FACTS committee to establish standards for sheep?

That reminds me: What is shish-boom-bah?

The sound of an exploding sheep.

Gumby already got his answer, right?
 
I sure hope so, Ron.

Jerry told me that you should never use a sheepskin that has black rubber marks on it. It had something to do with hip boots and not being able to remove the marks easily.

I wonder how he knows all this cool stuff about sheep???
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(THAT was baaaaaahhhhhdddd!!)
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FGII
 
Watch it guys this may end up BAAAAAAAck on the Warp board. Butt lets watch the BAAAAAAd sheep jokes.
 
WOW! You guys know those Saxon jokes too?!?!

I thought they only knew those jokes in South Dakota . . . . sorry, just kiiiiiiiddddddinnnngg :D
 
But are the sheep scared and are the men really men?

Dave Makielski
 
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