Have you considered when writing out your research with a normal ink pen how it will fade and deteriorate in a very short time dependent upon the storage of the documents?
Using an acid free pen ensures your valuable research lasts the test of time and can be passed on to future generations.
All our acid free pens are archival quality ink and give you plenty of scope for colour coding family tree charts and trees, or can be used for adding highlights to notes for your permanent records. Also useful for writing notes to friends, on greeting cards and for general and craft use.
NB. You need to use acid free paper or card with the pen to ensure longevity of your written work.
- The Zebra Jimnie acid free pen is a 0.7mm medium point rollerball tip that provides a quality writing result everytime.
- The Acroball Retractable Ballpoint acid free pen has a 1mm tip that produces a 0.7mm medium line
- The Zig Memory System Millennium acid free pen comes with a 0.45mm fine point for more detailed work.
Why acid free?
Pens and inks that are acidic are prone to deteriorate over time. If you want your records to last, you need to think acid free for paper and ink. Most printer inkjet ink is acid free. Check with your brand and supplier.