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Facts about Hot Hide Glue
By John A. Tuttle

Hello Everybody,  Player-Care is pleased to announce three things:

First, Craig Brougher has written another fine article for the
Player-Care Domain.  This one is all about Hot Hide Glue.  This article
will dispel any notion that there is any realistic connection between
'Jello' and Hot Hide Glue for working on pianos or player pianos.
You'll also find out how to test your glue and determine the strength
of the bond.  It's at:

Second, you might notice a little dash (-) has been added to the domain
name.  New things are constantly happening at Player-Care and I'm proud
to say that the Player-Care Domain now belongs solely to me (my lease
for PlayerCare runs out in September 98).

Third, my e-mail address is now shorter.  You can now reach me
at: (the old address is still good until
September '98).

John A. Tuttle

Key Words in Subject:  about, Facts, Glue, Hide, Hot

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