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Re: Tipping in



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For what it's worth--DON'T put tape of any kind on ANYTHING you value.  Even
the best tapes have problems, sometimes awful ones.  If the letters are
important enough to warrant a custom album, they are way too important for TAPE.

Best,

Carol
Eugene, OR
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Bob Roberts wrote:
>
> Question:
>
> I need to "tip in" or attach 200 letters into a custom album (made from a text-weight paper) and am concerned about moisture rumpling either pages or letters. Double-sided tape
> would work, but would add a lot of bulk all at the same points. Any suggestions?
>
> Bob
>
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