Since the middle of last century, synthetic adhesives have been produced in addition to historic glues made of animal-based (egg white, milk, wax etc.) and plant-based (starch, resin etc.) raw materials. KLUG-CONSERVATION only offers conservationally acceptable adhesives.
Dispersion glue
Dispersion glues made on an aqueous basis. Manufactured free of softening agents and pH-neutral. Ideal for either manual or machine book-binding and lamination work. The glues have been especially developed for long-term preservation and archival storage of photographic items.
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Tylose MH300
A suitable glue for file preparation (treatment), mounting of objects and other applications in the conservation and preservation fields. From the conservation point-of-view, the cellulose derivative Tylose MH300 (methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose) is a totally harmless and reversible glue.
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