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Re: [BKARTS] gorillas and tack



I'm a newbie. Can you tell me more about "double tack" please?
Pauline



On 7/16/05, J. J. Foncannon <bolu.bolu@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>    Was there a discussion in this group of gorilla glue?  It seems to
> have a polyurethane base.  Facts about it are on the glue info website,
> http://www.thistothat.com/gom/2000.02.shtml.
>    Does anyone here have info about its archival properties, or any
> experience in using it in bookbinding?
>    I vaguely remember this subject being discussed some time ago, but I
> could be wrong.
>    I have discovered there is an archival version of double tack.
> Double tack is the best way I've found of converting ordinary fabric to
> bookcloth.  Anyone have any experience with the archival version?
>    Lot's of purists in this group.  Someone said, in a previous
> discussion of glues,  that unless a glue is wheat paste based or hide
> glue, he didn't have any interest in it.  I  am slowly converting to
> this point of view, except I do use epoxy in attaching headbands.  The
> only way I've found of keeping the from separating from the text block
> when I put the book in the bookpress.
> 
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