Glassine is most commonly used as a protective interleaf or overlay for drawings, prints, and photos. Resistant to air, water, and oily materials. Glassine can also be used as a release liner, and adhesive tape is usually rendered removable. When used as a protective overlay for paintings, paints must be thoroughly dried or cured paint may adhere to the glassine and damage the surface of the painting. It is not recommended as a wrap for paintings over long periods of time. Made in the USA.
This polypropylene film works well with a wide range of media. The translucent nature of the film allows light to pass through transparent media like alcohol inks and markers, or for registering layered images like block prints. Pencil markings can be transferred onto lino blocks and will erase cleanly from the Denril sheet. Archival and acid-free. Made in the USA.
Media Compatibility Chart
PADS & ROLLS
Part No: DENR240500
24"x5yd. roll, 3.5 MIL polypropylene film
9x12 Drawing Pad
Part No: DENP091225
9x12, 3.5 MIL polypropylene film, 25 sheets in a tape bound pad.
Part No: DENR360500
36"x5yd. roll, 3.5 MIL polypropylene film
11x14 Drawing Pad
Part No: DENP111425
11x14, 3.5 MIL polypropylene film, 25 sheets in a tape bound pad.
Part No: DENR362000
26"x20yd. roll, 3.5 MIL polypropylene film
14x17 Drawing Pad
Part No: DENP141725
14x17, 3.5 MIL polypropylene film, 25 sheets in a tape bound pad.