How to Rescue a Wet, Damaged Book: A Short, Handy Visual Primer




After the hurricanes pass, the question has surely been asked: How to save those wet, damaged books? Above, you can watch a visual primer from the Syracuse University Libraries–people who know something about taking care of books. It contains a series of tips–some intuitive, some less so–that will give you a clear action plan the next time water and paper meet.

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