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Expoxies for Wood Repairs in Historic Buildings

£39.99

Product description

This softcover book is in good condition overall. The cover of the book does not have much cosmetic wear, but the stapled binding is quite noticeable worn, though it still appears to hold together fine. There is also some slight wear around some edges and corners. The pages as well are in very good condition overall. There is some slight but noticeable wear on the edges of the pages, able to be seen when the book is closed. Inside though, the written pages, diagrams and photos included appear to be without major issue, and most appear to be without issue completely.

' This paper has two main subjects: 1) low-viscosity epoxy consolidants that can be soaked into rotted wood in order to restore its solidity, and 2) epoxy pastes (patching compounds) for filling holes and cracks in woodwork.'

Item details

Author(s):
Morgan W., Judith E. Selwyn Phillips
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
10.5 x 8 inches
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
67
Publisher:
U.S Department of the Interior Washington D.C (1978)
Title:
Expoxies for Wood Repairs in Historic Buildings

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About this item

This softcover book is in good condition overall. The cover of the book does not have much cosmetic wear, but the stapled binding is quite noticeable worn, though it still appears to hold together fine. There is also some slight wear around some edges and corners. The pages as well are in very good condition overall. There is some slight but noticeable wear on the edges of the pages, able to be seen when the book is closed. Inside though, the written pages, diagrams and photos included appear to be without major issue, and most appear to be without issue completely.

' This paper has two main subjects: 1) low-viscosity epoxy consolidants that can be soaked into rotted wood in order to restore its solidity, and 2) epoxy pastes (patching compounds) for filling holes and cracks in woodwork.'

Author(s):
Morgan W., Judith E. Selwyn Phillips
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
10.5 x 8 inches
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
67
Publisher:
U.S Department of the Interior Washington D.C (1978)
Title:
Expoxies for Wood Repairs in Historic Buildings

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