Paper and Printing Recipes A Handy Volume of Practical Recipes, Concerning the Every-Day Business of Stationers, Printers, Binders, and the Kindred Trades
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Paper and Printing Recipes A Handy Volume of Practical Recipes, Concerning the Every-Day Business of Stationers, Printers, Binders, and the Kindred Trades

By John Sawtelle Ford
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Table of Contents
  • Paper and Printing RECIPES
  • GLIMPSE OF CONTENTS.
  • INDEX TO RECIPES.
  • Paper and Printing Recipes.
    • How to Remove Common Writing Ink From Paper Without Injury to the Print.
      • To Render Pencil Notes Indelible.
      • To Remove Grease Spots from Paper.
      • How to Detect Arsenic in Paper.
      • An Ink Restorer.
      • Colors for Holding Bronze.
      • Stencil Ink.
      • Copying Ink to be Used Without Press or Water.
      • White Ink.
      • Purple Hektograph Ink.
      • A Dark Red Indelible Ink.
      • To Make a Carmine.
      • Violet Ink.
      • Indelible Ink.
      • How to Remove Ink-stains from the Hands.
      • Treatment of India Ink Drawings.
      • Black Ink.
      • Ink for Rubber Stamps.
      • Cardinal Ink.
      • An Article for Labeling Bottles.
      • How to Remove Aniline Ink from the Hands.
      • An Ink which Cannot be Erased.
      • To Make Black Ink.
      • Black Ink for Stencils.
      • Marking Ink.
      • Blue Marking Ink for White Goods.
      • Blue-Black Writing Paper.
      • Coloring Metals.
      • For Cheaply Gilding Bronzes, Etc.
      • How To Clean a Chamois Skin.
      • Hints on Dressing the Store Windows.
      • A Varnish for Paper.
      • To Remove Grease Spots From Paper.
      • Paper for Taking Out Ink Stains.
      • Qualities of Good Paper.
      • Paste for Labels.
      • How to Produce Engravings or Types for Printing by Photography
      • How to Split a Sheet of Paper.
      • Aniline Ink Paper.
      • To Make Incombustible Writing and Printing Paper.
      • How to Take Printers’ Ink out of Silk.
      • To Remove Ruling Ink Stains From Fingers.
      • To Prevent Window Steaming.
      • To Render Paper Soft and Flexible.
      • To Remove Ink Spots.
      • Electro Gilding in Colors.
      • To Remove Oil Marks From Paper.
      • To Remove Ink Stains From Mahogany.
      • Solid Pocket Glue.
      • To Test Glue.
      • Book-Binders’ Glue.
      • How to Make a Cement for Glass That Will Resist Acids.
      • Cement for Labels.
      • A Colorless Cement for Joining Sheets of Mica.
      • A Cement That Will Resist the Damp.
      • To Make Glue Waterproof.
      • Two Glue Recipes.
      • Postage Stamp Mucilage.
      • How to Keep Mucilage Fresh.
      • Mucilage in a Solid Form Which Will Dissolve in Water.
      • Mucilage for Pasteboard.
      • A Portable Ink.
      • Indelible India Ink.
      • To Make Copying Inks.
      • A Good Paster.
      • A Paste Which Will Not Spoil.
      • Electric Paper.
      • A Silver Solder.
      • An Alloy For Glass Or Metal.
      • An Improved Process of Photo-Engraving.
      • To Make New a Corroded Pen.
      • Enamel for Fine Cards.
      • Electrotyping Handwriting.
      • Black Paint for Blackboards.
      • To Clean Steel Pens.
      • Stationers’ Windows.
      • Photo-Lithographic Transfer Paper.
      • Different Kinds of Engraving.
      • How to Preserve Pencil Sketches.
      • Care of Wood Type.
      • Copper-Plating on Zinc.
      • To Transfer Engravings To Mother-of-Pearl.
      • Metal for Stereotyping.
      • How to Fix Pencil Marks so They Will Not Rub.
      • How to Obtain a Bright and Lasting Red Edge.
      • To Restore the Lustre of Morocco Leather.
      • To Restore the Original Whiteness Of Copper-Plate, Wood Engraving, Etc.
      • For Electrotyping on China.
      • Painting on Ebonized Wood.
      • How Gilding is Done.
      • Principal Colors of Gold for Grinding.
      • Writing on Metals.
      • How to Transfer a Photographic Print to Glass.
      • Stereotyping Woodcuts.
      • To Gild with Gold Leaf.
      • Gilding on Wood.
      • Gilding in Oil.
      • Gloss Printing.
      • To Bleach Sheepskin Parchment White.
      • Colors for Printing.
      • How to Dye Parchment Blue or Red.
      • To Make Paper Fire and Water-proof.
      • A New Blotting Paper.
      • Impermeable Paper.
      • To Mount Chromos for Framing.
      • A Varnish for Making Paper Transparent.
      • Carbon Paper.
      • Luminous Paper.
      • Sizes and Weights of Drawing Papers.
      • To Make Bronzed Paper.
      • To Make Drawing-Paper Transparent.
      • To Make Paper Water-Proof.
      • How to Size Poor Drawing Paper.
      • To Prevent Alterations in Writing.
      • To Prevent Gummed Paper From Cockling.
      • Copying Drawing in Color.
      • Washing Forms.
      • How to Prevent Off-setting.
      • Printing Envelopes.
      • To Prevent Set-off on Writing Papers Printed on One Side.
      • A Quick Dryer.
      • To Prevent Warping in Blocks and Wood.
      • How to Keep Rollers When Out of Use.
      • Preservative of Rollers When not in Use.
      • Oils for Lubricating Roller Molds.
      • Care of Rollers in the Summer Time.
      • To Keep Green Mould from Rollers.
      • Treatment of Old Rollers.
      • A Recipe for Printers’ Rollers.
      • Temperature of the Press Room.
      • When to Wash Rollers.
      • Improved Dryer for Printing Ink.
      • How to Bend a Rule.
      • To Clean Gilt Frames.
      • Cleaning New Machinery.
      • To Make Invisible Writing.
      • Red Printing Ink.
      • To Prevent Electrotype Blocks from Warping.
      • Black Printing Ink.
      • Sealing Wax.
      • For Making Dextrine.
      • Colors for Printing Inks.
      • Hints on “Casting Up.”
      • How to Ascertain the Quantity of Plain Type Required for Newspaper.
      • Care of Wood-cuts.
      • Remedy for Type that Sticks in Distributing.
      • Laying Type.
      • To Fix Bronze Colors on Glass.
      • To Destroy Book Worms.
      • Tinning Paper and Cloth.
      • Care of Books.
      • How to Prevent Mildew on Books.
      • A Cheap Lye.
      • A Good Dryer.
      • A Strong Lye.
      • Effect of Petroleum Oil on Wood Type.
      • A Bronze or Changeable Hue.
      • Gold Leaf Printing.
      • To Prevent Colored Inks from Becoming Hard.
      • To Keep Colored Inks from Skinning.
      • How to Remove Colored Inks.
      • A Varnish for Color Prints.
      • Repairing Battered Wood Type.
      • Inking Surfaces for Color Work.
      • How to Preserve Colored Inks.
      • How to Brighten Common Qualities of Colored Inks.
      • Printers’ Varnish.
      • To Prevent Off-setting.
      • A Hardening Gloss for Inks.
      • A Modeling Material.
      • Leaf Copying.
      • Dryer for Ruling Inks.
      • Size of Newspaper Sheets and Number of Columns.
      • Usual Sizes and Weights of News Printing Paper.
      • Usual Sizes and Weights of Book Papers.
      • Usual Sizes and Weights Colored Print Or Poster.
      • Usual Sizes of Flat and Ledger Papers.
    • To Render Pencil Notes Indelible.
    • To Remove Grease Spots from Paper.
    • How to Detect Arsenic in Paper.
    • An Ink Restorer.
    • Colors for Holding Bronze.
    • Stencil Ink.
    • Copying Ink to be Used Without Press or Water.
    • White Ink.
    • Purple Hektograph Ink.
    • A Dark Red Indelible Ink.
    • To Make a Carmine.
    • Violet Ink.
    • Indelible Ink.
    • How to Remove Ink-stains from the Hands.
    • Treatment of India Ink Drawings.
    • Black Ink.
    • Ink for Rubber Stamps.
    • Cardinal Ink.
    • An Article for Labeling Bottles.
    • How to Remove Aniline Ink from the Hands.
    • An Ink which Cannot be Erased.
    • To Make Black Ink.
    • Black Ink for Stencils.
    • Marking Ink.
    • Blue Marking Ink for White Goods.
    • Blue-Black Writing Paper.
    • Coloring Metals.
    • For Cheaply Gilding Bronzes, Etc.
    • How To Clean a Chamois Skin.
    • Hints on Dressing the Store Windows.
    • A Varnish for Paper.
    • To Remove Grease Spots From Paper.
    • Paper for Taking Out Ink Stains.
    • Qualities of Good Paper.
    • Paste for Labels.
    • How to Produce Engravings or Types for Printing by Photography
    • How to Split a Sheet of Paper.
    • Aniline Ink Paper.
    • To Make Incombustible Writing and Printing Paper.
    • How to Take Printers’ Ink out of Silk.
    • To Remove Ruling Ink Stains From Fingers.
    • To Prevent Window Steaming.
    • To Render Paper Soft and Flexible.
    • To Remove Ink Spots.
    • Electro Gilding in Colors.
    • To Remove Oil Marks From Paper.
    • To Remove Ink Stains From Mahogany.
    • Solid Pocket Glue.
    • To Test Glue.
    • Book-Binders’ Glue.
    • How to Make a Cement for Glass That Will Resist Acids.
    • Cement for Labels.
    • A Colorless Cement for Joining Sheets of Mica.
    • A Cement That Will Resist the Damp.
    • To Make Glue Waterproof.
    • Two Glue Recipes.
    • Postage Stamp Mucilage.
    • How to Keep Mucilage Fresh.
    • Mucilage in a Solid Form Which Will Dissolve in Water.
    • Mucilage for Pasteboard.
    • A Portable Ink.
    • Indelible India Ink.
    • To Make Copying Inks.
    • A Good Paster.
    • A Paste Which Will Not Spoil.
    • Electric Paper.
    • A Silver Solder.
    • An Alloy For Glass Or Metal.
    • An Improved Process of Photo-Engraving.
    • To Make New a Corroded Pen.
    • Enamel for Fine Cards.
    • Electrotyping Handwriting.
    • Black Paint for Blackboards.
    • To Clean Steel Pens.
    • Stationers’ Windows.
    • Photo-Lithographic Transfer Paper.
    • Different Kinds of Engraving.
    • How to Preserve Pencil Sketches.
    • Care of Wood Type.
    • Copper-Plating on Zinc.
    • To Transfer Engravings To Mother-of-Pearl.
    • Metal for Stereotyping.
    • How to Fix Pencil Marks so They Will Not Rub.
    • How to Obtain a Bright and Lasting Red Edge.
    • To Restore the Lustre of Morocco Leather.
    • To Restore the Original Whiteness Of Copper-Plate, Wood Engraving, Etc.
    • For Electrotyping on China.
    • Painting on Ebonized Wood.
    • How Gilding is Done.
    • Principal Colors of Gold for Grinding.
    • Writing on Metals.
    • How to Transfer a Photographic Print to Glass.
    • Stereotyping Woodcuts.
    • To Gild with Gold Leaf.
    • Gilding on Wood.
    • Gilding in Oil.
    • Gloss Printing.
    • To Bleach Sheepskin Parchment White.
    • Colors for Printing.
    • How to Dye Parchment Blue or Red.
    • To Make Paper Fire and Water-proof.
    • A New Blotting Paper.
    • Impermeable Paper.
    • To Mount Chromos for Framing.
    • A Varnish for Making Paper Transparent.
    • Carbon Paper.
    • Luminous Paper.
    • Sizes and Weights of Drawing Papers.
    • To Make Bronzed Paper.
    • To Make Drawing-Paper Transparent.
    • To Make Paper Water-Proof.
    • How to Size Poor Drawing Paper.
    • To Prevent Alterations in Writing.
    • To Prevent Gummed Paper From Cockling.
    • Copying Drawing in Color.
    • Washing Forms.
    • How to Prevent Off-setting.
    • Printing Envelopes.
    • To Prevent Set-off on Writing Papers Printed on One Side.
    • A Quick Dryer.
    • To Prevent Warping in Blocks and Wood.
    • How to Keep Rollers When Out of Use.
    • Preservative of Rollers When not in Use.
    • Oils for Lubricating Roller Molds.
    • Care of Rollers in the Summer Time.
    • To Keep Green Mould from Rollers.
    • Treatment of Old Rollers.
    • A Recipe for Printers’ Rollers.
    • Temperature of the Press Room.
    • When to Wash Rollers.
    • Improved Dryer for Printing Ink.
    • How to Bend a Rule.
    • To Clean Gilt Frames.
    • Cleaning New Machinery.
    • To Make Invisible Writing.
    • Red Printing Ink.
    • To Prevent Electrotype Blocks from Warping.
    • Black Printing Ink.
    • Sealing Wax.
    • For Making Dextrine.
    • Colors for Printing Inks.
    • Hints on “Casting Up.”
    • How to Ascertain the Quantity of Plain Type Required for Newspaper.
    • Care of Wood-cuts.
    • Remedy for Type that Sticks in Distributing.
    • Laying Type.
    • To Fix Bronze Colors on Glass.
    • To Destroy Book Worms.
    • Tinning Paper and Cloth.
    • Care of Books.
    • How to Prevent Mildew on Books.
    • A Cheap Lye.
    • A Good Dryer.
    • A Strong Lye.
    • Effect of Petroleum Oil on Wood Type.
    • A Bronze or Changeable Hue.
    • Gold Leaf Printing.
    • To Prevent Colored Inks from Becoming Hard.
    • To Keep Colored Inks from Skinning.
    • How to Remove Colored Inks.
    • A Varnish for Color Prints.
    • Repairing Battered Wood Type.
    • Inking Surfaces for Color Work.
    • How to Preserve Colored Inks.
    • How to Brighten Common Qualities of Colored Inks.
    • Printers’ Varnish.
    • To Prevent Off-setting.
    • A Hardening Gloss for Inks.
    • A Modeling Material.
    • Leaf Copying.
    • Dryer for Ruling Inks.
    • Size of Newspaper Sheets and Number of Columns.
    • Usual Sizes and Weights of News Printing Paper.
    • Usual Sizes and Weights of Book Papers.
    • Usual Sizes and Weights Colored Print Or Poster.
    • Usual Sizes of Flat and Ledger Papers.
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