Monthly Recurring All-Access Pass

One month of glorious unlimited access to all the book repair courses. The low recurring monthly payment is $9.99.When you have learned enough or just need a break go to your PayPal Account and cancel the recurring payment from there.

then $9.99 per Month

1 Year All-Access Pass with lowest recurring monthly payment

This is the best deal if you are a serious student and want to learn as much about archival book repair as you can. New courses will be added (on an irregular basis). And if you can't find what you need ask for it! This level of membership has the lowest recurring monthly payment of $4.99 (Cancelable Anytime by going to your own PayPal account and canceling the recurring payment from there.)

then $4.99 per Month

A Single Month with the All-Access Pass (Non-Recurring)

One month of glorious unlimited access to all the book repair courses. No recurring payment to worry about.  
Number of courses646464
7-201: Re-case a Bible
Save Your Books Scholarship
5-106 Paperback Book Repair
3-107 Fix a Dog-eared Page
3-106 Clean Paper Book Covers
1-101: Book Repair Guidelines
1-102: What is the difference between Book Restoration vs Conservation?
1-103: Clean a Book Cover with a Damp Cloth
1-104: Will Repairing a Book Destroy the Value?
1-106: How to Begin to Repair Your Books
1-109: Book Anatomy
1-201: Don’t Use Tape: Example 1
1-202: Book Repair Tools and Materials LISTS
1-204: Sharpen a Book Repair Knife
1-205: Make a Simple Book Press
1-206: Book Repair Glue or Paste
1-207: How to Make Your Own Klucel-G Mix
1-301: Tint Japanese tissue for Book Repair
1-302: Color Match Acrylics for Book Restoration
1-401: Don’t Do This! Scraping a Book Spine Towards Yourself.
2-104a: Repair a Damaged Book Corner
2-105a: Improve a Crumpled Book Spine
2-106a: Color Touch-up on Cloth Book Spine
2-107a: Gilt Lettering Touch-up
2-107b: How to Reattach/ Preserve Loose Book Spines
2-111b: Preservation Repair for Outer Joint of a Book
2-112b: Re-sew and Repair a Pamphlet/Chapbook
2-114b: Repair Loose Sewing
2-115b: Replace a Fly-leaf
2-116b: Open Uncut Book Pages
2-117b: New Spine for a Single Signature Book
2-118b: Make a Hollow for Book Repairs
2-119b: Notate the Sewing pattern when Deconstructing a Book
2-120b: Strengthen Inner Book Hinge
2-201: Re-Case a Book in 7 Lessons
2-202: Make a New Cloth Spine for Book with Inner Hinges Intact
2-203: Strengthen a Book Spine when Only One Hinge is Broken
2-204: Re-case a 19th century Cloth-bound Book
2-205: Correct Slanted Book Spines: Advanced
2-108b: Repair a Frayed Book Spine Head and Tail
3-102: Use Archival Tape to Repair Pages?
3-103: Page Repair: Fill in Losses Along Page Edges
3-104: Choose Paper for Facsimiles for Modern Books
3-203: Separate End-sheets that are Stuck Together
3-304: Color Touch-Up to a Clay Coated Illustrated Plate
4-101: Care and Repair Guidelines for Leather Books
4-103: What is Red Rot?
4-105: Beware Klucel-G on Light Colored Calf Leather
4-106: How to Apply Klucel-G Leather Consolidant
4-201: Repair a Chipped Leather Spine
4-202: Quick Fix Preservation Re-back for Deteriorated Leather Book
4-204: Quick Fix for a Cracked Leather Spine
4-301: New Leather Spines for Books with Red Rot
5-104: Repair a Paperback: Boy Scout Handbook (that is broken into sections) without Removing the old Glue
6-101: Create a “Mylar” Cover for a Book with Weak Hinges
6-102: Book Box Repair in Four Parts
7-301: Advanced Bible Repair and Re-back
8-105: Color Touch-up for Leather Books
8-201: Remove an Old Library Pocket
8-202: Remove an Ink Library Stamp with Scraping
8-204: Remove a Modern Library Pocket
9-102: Treat a Moldy Book
9-103: Deodorize Books
9-104: Sunshine will Fade your Books