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    Default reattaching guerlain sticker

    I have a really old bottle of L'Heure Bleue. I'm pretty sure it's from the 30s or 40s, based on the sticker, but the sticker has fallen off. Does anyone have any idea of how I might reattach it without damaging it?

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    Default Re: reattaching guerlain sticker

    Maybe chat up someone in the cataloguing department of your local library (that’s normally the dept that also does book mending) and ask what type of glue would be appropriate archival quality to not damage the label.

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    Default Re: reattaching guerlain sticker

    thanks for the suggestion. i will do that.

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    Default Re: reattaching guerlain sticker

    For posterity, I ended up going with "Zip Dry." It's archival quality and does not wrinkle paper. It seems to adhere to the glass admirably.




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