I used to use a Sanford Grippit cement for archival bonding of paper to paper. They no longer produce this material. Ordinary cement dries out in a year and the paper becomes loose. This dates me, but the old archival material has lasted more than 20 years, with no loss of adhesion.
Does anyone have suggestion on what is available, other than a spray or the surgical $21 per ounce grade ?
This is my first question, so I hope I haven't broken any protocols .
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