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Re: [BKARTS] Buckram for library book repair



You should also ask them about their Cotton/Poly cloths that should be
an excellent material for repairs as it is thinner than buckram, but
probably as strong.
Bill Minter

On Sep 22, 2004, at 3:15 PM, Jacobsen, Bruce F. wrote:

You might want to consider using a either a B or C grade book cloth,
both of
which are available in small quantities from LBS in Des Moines, Iowa.
Their
phone number is (800) 247-5323.  They can supply you with sample
swatches.

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