Unstuck #1 (Unstuck Literary Annual)

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Noticias Literatura Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here. The latest challenge is a Ford dealership marketing book that has a great binder but the pages inside got damp?

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They are stuck together in spots but not completely so I can open them just far enough to access the stuck spots. I'm asking to see if anyone knows of a chemical or heat related way to separate the pages and preserve the pictures on them? The other suggestions were forms of mechanical separation which I tried and pretty much just destroy the images.

We've got the humidifier going. I'll give it a try.

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I did try ironing a similar one with alot of steam but I just couldn't get it to release. I was hoping the heat and moisture combo would do it but it didn't. I can get the steam between the pages I think with this one, so that may do it. Thanks for the replies.

Unstuck #1 (Unstuck Literary Annual)

I second West's suggestion, since these fellows deal with the largest collection in this country. The librarians would be the first choice. Another option is a professional conservator, but it will cost so if you are thinking of resale it is probably not a viable option. I have separated old sheets of stamps by putting them in the freezer for a few days with some degree of success.

Worth a try as a last resort.

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If they are loose pages you might try taking a trick from Victorian trade card collectors and try floating them in a tray of water. I worked in printing for years and never seen a trick to unstick sheets that have been wet.

Most likely the ink from one page is stuck to the opposite side. When released the ink is going to go one way only leaving a void in that area, plus you'll have to deal with the wavy paper. Good luck Interesting topic - and one that I believe might make a great seminar for the Annual Meeting in Philadelphia. There are a lot of us who would love to know how to do this as well as "iron" folded paper, unravel damaged catalogs, or remove stains from early artwork and documents. At least knowing where to get it done would be a great thing.

I've used a guy in PA for several years now who has been a real wizard at removing water stains, foxing, etc, from early prints and lithographs. It's supposedly not difficult and has been suprisingly inexpensive. She also served as the managing editor of VinePair, the largest online publication on drinks. She has been a contributor to e-zines AroundHarlem.

Jennifer is a long-time member of the nonprofit We Need Diverse Books in addition to creating and hosting the podcast Minorities in Publishing. After four years on the road at writing residencies, she now teaches, edits, and writes fiction and TV in Los Angeles. She is from Portland, Oregon.


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