A good place to start would be with your local librarian. They should know
of a conservation expert that can guide you.
Steam is most likely the best way to start, but please talk to a conservator
first. There is a web site that may be of interest it's the COnservation
OnlLine (COOL) website at http://palimpsest.stanford.edu/
[mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Mark Snowdon
Sent: Wednesday, June 23, 1999 7:18 PM
Subject: Re: Owner's manual
> Alright everyone, here's a question for ya. I've managed to come across
> owner's manual for my sprite, for free. (Yippee!) But, here's the
> all but 3 pages are stuck together. It's in decent shaped, but I'd really
> like to be able to read it. So, any suggestions as to how to get the pages
> unstuck? Anybody know some place that might know?
> Matthew Smith
> '67 Sprite
Check with a used book seller, I am sure they run into this alot. I
think I had heard of a method using steam, but I don't want to be
responsible for the ruination of your manual. Good Luck, and let me know
how it goes.