Long rows of books on shelving look attractive, but their appearance is often spoiled by uprights inserted between the shelves to prevent them sagging. The way to deal with this problem is to cut each upright so that it can be positioned 6 mm back from the front of the shelves. Buy an old book for each upright – approximately the same height – and carefully remove the cover. Glue the inside of the cover and carefully fit it in position around the upright so that it completely conceals it. When other books are placed on each side of the dummy. The line will appear unbroken.
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