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Re: Repair of wood-covered book

There's already been some good advice about this particular problem.

What I would probably use is an animal hide glue, or a glue-paste
mixture, about the consistency of pancake syrup; no thicker than


>My question is whether I should use paste or glue. I've experimented with
>paste on wood, finished and unfinished, and found that the paper lifts off
>easily when dry. I may have answered my own question, but would like to
>hear comments.
>Betty Storz   storz@mcn.org
>Mendocino, CA

Jack C. Thompson
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