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Re: Rice paper

One solution would be to place each sheet on a piece of wax paper and
coat it with acrylic gloss medium, then, when that dries turn the page
over and coar the other side.  If you don't like the glossiness, you
might try a scrap piece of paper and use matte medium.  Godd luck.


On Wed, 1 Jan 1997, Robyn Sassen wrote:

> Dear Learned Bookarts People
> I have recently made a recipe book of rice paper, which I have bound
> with a stab binding.  Even more recently, the rice paper, because of
> its vulnerability, has started to tear and fall apart around the
> apertures caused by the binding.  Is there any way that I can mend
> this problem, or will I have to reprint the text on a more sturdy
> paper?
> Thanks
> Robyn Sassen
> mephisto@xxxxxxxxxxxx

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