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Re: [BKARTS] leather storage



Thank you all for the help in storage of leather. My shipment has arrived and now I know just what to do.
Thanks again,
Dave

>Hi Dave,
>
>When I worked as a leather goods designer years ago the hides were usually
>sorted and stacked flat on the lower shelf of the sorting/cutting tables.
>Small skins, fragile skins and samples were usually rolled up in heavy brown
>packing paper, but not sealed at the ends so air could circulate (to avoid
>moisture & mold) and stored on a open shelf out of sun & heat.
>
>Christine
>
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David Allen
Beddall Bookbinding Conservation & Restoration
840 Snowdrop Avenue
Victoria, British Columbia
CANADA  V8Z 2N4
(250) 888-9380
http://www.WebVictoria.com/beddall/

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