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Hello,
    I work in an art supply store and only with in the last year or so has
the label to YES paste stated that it's "Acid free for Archival Work". I
don't know if it has been reformulated or not though. Cheers Daved
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Subject: Re: More on glue/paste


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> Hi Cherie,
>
> I use YES! all the time for making books.  Granted, I'm doing more of a
> guerrilla bookmaking rather than traditional, but it works wonderfully!
> Most recently, it did the trick for books I was making out of old film
> canister-- it was the only thing that could withstand the rolling and
> unrolling of the book's guts and still keep it glued inside.
>
> My jar of YES! says "Acid free for Archival Work" on it.  It gets my whole
> hearted, wheat starch and glycerin support :)
>
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> [mailto:BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU]On Behalf Of Cherie Fisk
> Sent: Friday, March 22, 2002 4:42 AM
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> Subject: More on glue/paste
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> Dear Book Artists,
>
> The discussion on PVA glue has made me curious about YES brand paste,
which
> I understand is made of wheat starch and glycerine.  I have found it easy
to
> use in applications other than book making, and wonder if anyone here uses
> it and if it is considered archival.
>
> Cherie Fisk
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