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Posted 4 years ago

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I can't believe this book managed to survive all the storms since 1832 and thanks to Sandy its a big ole mess! So many, to many ouch!
~Peace~

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  1. epson233 epson233, 4 years ago
    would guess about all that can be done is keeping the mold off -- perhaps storing it in a container with some desiccant
  2. spiritinthesky3 spiritinthesky3, 4 years ago
    The mold grows faster then children! Good idea with the desiccant I will try that . Thank you Epson!
  3. epson233 epson233, 4 years ago
    i know mold is like the death howler of books -- sometime i place used dryer sheets between the pages of my old books -- seems to help and they smell nice!!!!! -- these little sheets also help keep the mosquitos away if you stick them in your pockets -- ok enough with susie homemaker here
  4. spiritinthesky3 spiritinthesky3, 4 years ago
    Good tips epson!
    Thats a good one for Pinterest!
  5. SpiritBear SpiritBear, 18 days ago
    Drier sheets will contain chemicals that may yellow the pages. Acidic. Bad idea.
    Desiccants are okay to an extent, but if it goes down under 30% humidity the pages may become brittle, thus disintegrating.

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