It is of course my opinion only, but I suspect that the Abbey pen has a tendency to give false-positive readings on some non-cellulosic materials. I tested it this morning on many accepted archival-quality materials around the lab (Remay, mylar, tyvek, etc) and got results that could be interpreted as slightly acidic. I still have my doubts that your Tyvek could be of ‘fault’. Dow Chemical has an excellent page showing results of testing against many solvents, organic acids, oxidizing and reducing agents, all with excellent long-term stability as a result. If you are still in doubt, there are of course other materials that can be effective dust barriers in curtain form for storage shelving- Visqueen (a polyethylene) comes to mind.