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Re: Fueki Paste
- Subject: Re: Fueki Paste
- From: "Claudia Stall" <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 18 Nov 1994 11:36:43 -0500
- Message-ID: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
On Fri, 18 Nov 1994 08:33:56 -0500,
CLARA KEYES <c.keyes@MSUACAD.MOREHEAD-ST.EDU> wrote:
>By all means, post the recipe for fueki paste!!! Thanks, Clara Keyes
Carla, et al.,
I have a list of ingredients used in Fueki paste by Fuekinori Kogyo Co.
Ltd.as supplied by Kimura Framing & Gallery, Inc. 1933 Ocean Avenue,San
Francisco, CA 94127-2795. (415) 585-0052 Not sure if this is exactly a
Natural Starch 18.00 weight percent
Antiseptics 0.30 " "
Age-resister 2.07 " "
Perfume 0.03 " "
Neutral salt 2.24 " "
Water 77.36 " "
Viscosity (at 30 degrees C) 60,000 -- 110,000 cps
P.H. 6.0 -- 6.6
Solids Content 21.0 -- 23.0 percent
Specific Gravity (at 20 degrees C) 1.082
Freezing Point under -5 degrees C
Feuki paste Non-toxic
* Acute oral toxicity of mouse LD50 over 20,000 mg/kg
In October of this year, the cost was $50.00 per kilo from above
address. As far as I know this is the sole source for the product.
By the way, does anyone have a similar data sheet for the product called
Bob's Book Plate Remover ("Wetter-water")? I have requested the
information from the company (Rulon-Miller Books Box 46, Bristol, RI 02809)
but have had no response so far. We are currently using it to reverse or
at least release PVA. Looks like water, has no odor, and is fairly easy to
use. I would like to have more information about it, like the long-term
effects on paper, etc. if anyone has experience with it.
Claudia Stall, Head
San Diego State University Library
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