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Re: [BKARTS] Removing adhesive from spine success and thank you



Be very careful using any solvents on paper and especially photographs. A local framer used a solvent liquid made for the trade to remove glue or rubber cement from the back of a scrap book full of old photographs only to find that a day later the soaked through areas had destroyed the silver of the photos. I had a good month's job scanning and repairing the missing areas in photoshop and then printing quadtones to match as closely as possible the tones of the old photographs.

Charles Jones



On Jan 16, 2007, at 10:49 AM, J Godsey wrote:

Goof-off is much stronger and will go right through a coated dust jacket and remove printed inks.
It is best used to take stickers of non-porous items


Goo-be Gone may stain paper

Heptane, butane, Naphtha, xylene, white spirits, will evaporate completely - leaving no marks.




LaNana Creek Press
Nacogdoches, Texas

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