Tanooki 4,524 Member · Posted August 27, 2020 Share Posted August 27, 2020 I've got a decent selection of the magazines, but a few of the issues have been through the wringer and have some problems. I was wondering what some would suggest would be best to stop the problems from worsening to a total fall apart. I know with the non-staple bindings a solid glue sticking can lay any curls and spreads out fine. But, what about in the case of where your cover has more or less popped off? How about one that's stapled where the cover front has detached from the back? Or the overly common staple holes starting to shred the cover from being pulled on over time? Would some clear tape be the best choice in these cases, some kind of glue that may do it? I don't want to go as far as slapping down white pieces of paper on the inside as a new backing with glue to hold it, it's ugly. I imagine one could pop the cover off but that would be staple removal and trying to re-thread like 50 sheets of magazine paper back through there after clear taping the inside and that can't be the only choice is there? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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