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Re: Paste Papers
- Subject: Re: Paste Papers
- From: Pamela Rups <RUPS@MAELSTROM.CC.WMICH.EDU>
- Date: Mon, 16 Oct 1995 10:59:08 EST
- Message-Id: <199510161524.LAA29854@listserv.syr.edu>
- Organization: Western Michigan University
>Now what to do with it ? I have read that it is possible to polish the
>finished paper to make it more durable in use (and maybe feel a bit more
>pleasant) -- has anyone any experience of this and how would it be done?
After I binding a book or covering a box with paste paper, I have
"polished" it by rubbing a clean cloth on beeswax and then rubbing the
paste paper with it. A bit time-consuming, but it does seal the paper and
give a different finish.
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