Gummed Holland is a starch-filled and colored cloth with a coating of remoistening adhesive on the back side. This is used for covering the binding edge. Typical uses include check pads, writing tablets, etc. This application is usually referred to as "stripping" in the industry. Gummed Cambric is a closely woven, finished cloth supplied with a remoistening adhesive. Typically used to reinforce or affix endsheets to the first and last signature on an edition bound book.
Cloth reinforcing bookbinding supply item
- .75", 1", 1.5", 2", 3" and 3.5"
Put up: 200 yard rolls
Remoistenable adhesive - water activated
Durable cloth reinforcement