Date: 2015-05-29 03:27 am (UTC)
fred_mouse: cross stitched image reading "do not feed the data scientists" (Default)
From: [personal profile] fred_mouse
Yes on the Japanese papers. The technique I was taught basically used the waxed paper between the page being repaired and the rest of the book, so that the book could be closed to get the paper flat. The waxed paper not being available any more, I'm looking for other things that the glue doesn't particularly like. Or, I guess, I could go and investigate other repair methods! (This is for a home library, so I'm not looking at archival level repairs, but more the kind of tears that children's picture books are prone to).

I will investigate plasticised envelopes. I've not been paying *any* attention to my stamp collection (other than stashing), maybe between semesters I'll get them out and obsessive!organising child can have some time with them...
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