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Re: Basic gluing Question

Dear Marcia,

I've had good luck gluing two pieces of color copies together using
photographic dry mount tissue.  You can buy sheets of dry mount tissue at a
photo supply store.  To "glue" the papers together, sandwich the tissue
between the two sheets of paper and either put thewm in a dry mount press or
use an iron set on a low setting (no more than 180 degrees F).  I had a dry
mount press, but the box of tissue said an iron would work.  The paper did
not curl nor did I have any bubbles or ripples such as usually come when you
glue two pieces of paper together.  Good luck!

Gwen Diehn  At 04:36 PM 1/11/97 EDT, you wrote:
>This is a novice question but I need help.  I'm making a one-of-a-kind book-
>5"x7". I need to paste/glue two pieces of colored Canson paper together.  I
>don't want them to curl.  What do I use- I've made a few tests but each time it
>curls.  Thanks in advance!

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