Letters to the Editor

#54, 24 October 2005

Dear Craig:

Thanks for your article on book repair. I use PVA glue a lot on paperbacks to make repairs. It is very useful when a section of the spine is peeling off. A little dab of PVA will make a near seamless repair. I have also used it to glue covers back on that have come loose as well as put a few pages back in that have come out.

I buy my PVA at a local scrapbook store. It is very popular with people who are into the "altered book" scene so your readers may be able to pick it up at their local art supply store with no problem.

Great stuff!

Teresa Kopec

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