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PVA Glue



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Considering the different types of PVA glue, is
PVA (Jade 403) considered one of the better archival types?

Cherie Fisk


>Date:    Tue, 19 Mar 2002 08:44:10 -0600
>From:    Greg <71514.3705@COMPUSERVE.COM>
>Subject: Re: PVA glues and archival

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>Dear Cal:

>I offer a little bit of info regarding Polyvinyl Acetate Adhesive
>(PVA) from a bookbinding prospective.

>Some are better, in an archival sense, than others.

>Specifically, these would be "emulsion copolymers of internally
>plasticized polyvinyl acetate adhesives that are flexible and will
>not cross link after long term aging". Most of these types of
>adhesives are considered non acidic or pH neutral.

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