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How To Crack The Spine Of A Paperback Book

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How To Crack The Spine Of A Paperback Book


As I demonstrated with my images, the important thing is to keep the spine curved throughout the process, so that itl keep that bend naturally while reading. Flag as. Patience is a virtue. They're not to the point where I need to rebind them, but I'd like to do everything I can do to keep them from reaching that point. That would be really painful! Reply Amanda Nellie and Co. Step 7: Flip the pages front to back a few times Flip through front to back and back to front. Then close the book, rubber band it tight and leave it overnight. Ask MetaFilter querying the hive mind Log In Sign Up MetaFilter AskMeFi FanFare Projects Music Jobs IRL MetaTalk More Best Of Podcast Chat Labs Search MetaFilter… Menu Home FAQ About Archives Tags Popular Random . You can also try shopping for them online. so that's why I am suggesting inexpensive rebinding)posted by The Deej at 6:28 PM on June 30, 2007 I've taken clear packing tape and run a strip of it down the spine, carefully folding the excess over onto the front and back covers. Subscribe via email to receive the latest posts in your inbox Search Word Revel Recent Posts THE RAVEN BOYS by Maggie StiefvaterNovember 27, 2016 By Josphine 2 CommentsHot off the Press November 21, 2016November 21, 2016 By Josphine Leave a CommentTHE GRACES by Laure EveNovember 20, 2016 By Josphine 4 CommentsHot off the Press November 14, 2016November 15, 2016 By Josphine Leave a CommentHot off the Press November 7, 2016November 8, 2016 By Josphine 1 CommentBookstagram 101: ConsumerismNovember 6, 2016 By Josphine 17 CommentsHot off the Press October 31, 2016November 1, 2016 By Josphine 1 Comment 2015 Word Revel Theme by 17th Avenue Powered by WordPress & Genesis . Im happy youve one less reason to worry about over paperbacks now ;) Reply Dana The Unprinted Protagonist says August 20, 2015 at 10:18 Thanks for posting this! Im obsessed with keeping my books in pristine condition. Apache Tomcat/7.0.69.. 194.. page not foundthe page you requested does not exist . Flag as. I get it now.posted by JoshTeeters at 5:37 AM on July 1, 2007 Every time a glued-back book comes into our Preservation Dept. When I was in the 3rd grade our teacher (who seemed ancient, but was probably in her late 60s) devoted an entire session of class on how to get a new book ready to read. All posts copyright their original authors. Life Revel Twitter Instagram Goodreads Tumblr Pinterest Bloglovin RSS . Craft glue is permanent. Dana The Unprinted Protagonist recently posted My reviews are way too long Reply Josphine Simone says August 20, 2015 at 11:48 Yesss! Im so bent on keeping my books in the best possible condition too. Technically I could do it when I haul them but Im afraid Ill forget or accidentally skip a book. For whatever reason this lesson stuck with me, and I have been doing exactly that with any new book or magazine I obtain for almost 50 years now. Reply Desiree says July 28, 2016 at 05:43 How do you do this with really really big books? I want to read Harry Potter part 5 (800 pages in English.) and Im just scared to read it or try this method. 2395972840

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