This is a heavier weight archival lining paper. It will never become yellow or brittle. In addition, it has a calcium carbonate buffer that will help to neutralize the acids found in wood and cardboard before they can migrate to your textile. Cotton and linen are most prone to this kind of damage which can result in weakened fibers and discoloration. Lining drawers, shelves, boxes and chests is a good way to protect your collection. If you have very old fragile pieces you might want to place aluminum foil under the lining paper as an additional barrier. It's best to store linens clean and unstarched. The best detergents for linens are those intended for baby clothes. They generally have a neutral pH and contain no perfumes, optical brighteners or fabric softeners.