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Papermaking Conversion for Endpapers ?



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Greetings:

We do a little Bookbinding and would like have endpapers created from paper
that We would supply to be "recycled" in specific sizes with a laid design.

It seems most Papermakers provide their Own stock, so are any of you aware
of a source who could work with us on this endeavor ?

Thanks for any assistance.

Regards,

Dwayne Shealey

DigitalRareBooks
1836 Ashley River Rd.
Suite 250
Charleston, SC  29407
PH: (843) 813-3100

----- Original Message -----
From: "jane brown" <brownjm@MUSC.EDU>
To: <BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU>
Sent: Monday, December 03, 2001 4:24 PM
Subject: Re: Virginia's blue silk covers


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> Caution:  Bread has oil in it and oil might stain silk, not to mention
> the possibility of attracting insects to eat it later on.
> I know of no way to totally remove the bread crumbs after you
> have rubbed them into the fabric.  Does someone else on the
> list discovered a way to counter-act the negative aspects of
> using breadcrumbs?
>
> Jane Brown
> Charleston, SC
>
> --On Sat, Nov 10, 2001 4:50 AM -0500 Rezan Peya G=F6k=E7en
> <rgokcen@UOGUELPH.CA> wrote:
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> > I think that the stale white bread crumbs rubbed against the dirty cloth
> > covers of your book would clean them visibly well. The action of gently
> > rubbing the surface with crumbs in a movement from centre towards
> > outward edges, does not alter the cloth at all and is amazing how well
> > it works. All the best.
> >                          R.
> > --
> > Rezan Peya G=96k=C1en,
> > rgokcen@uoguelph.ca
> > http://ugalumni.uoguelph.ca/~rgokcen/Turkish_Bookarts
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