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anyone know where to get some good, cheap record sleeves?
 
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Just keep in mind regular paper sleeves contain acid and they shed fibers all over your precious records.
 
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Bagsunlimited has all sorts of sleeves. I use archival polyethylene or something like that. Use it for inner sleeves and for album jacket sleeves.

Work great.

Just count any you get. They shorted me once, and did send the difference at their expense.

Anyone who does any cd, dvd, lp, books, comics, etc, should check out and get the Bagsunlimited catalog!!!!!!!
 
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Dude, your local shops have them. There's a ton of good places in the Valley, you've got Green Hell out on Ventura and a couple of places around Van Nuys (Record Surplus is out there). Support local retailers to keep our little vinyl faction going.

And always make at least one monthly trip to Ameoba


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For high quality, try Light Impressions, at www.lightimpressionsdirect.com. They carry special archival storage products for the photographic industry, but also have record sleeves and storage boxes for 33 1/3 & 45's made of acid & lignin-free card stock. Their products are excellent and will not shed on your vinyl.
 
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Quote:

Originally posted by SumB
Just keep in mind regular paper sleeves contain acid and they shed fibers all over your precious records.



I don't know about yours, but mine don't shed fiber.
 
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