First aid for art: essential salvage techniques
Hard Press Editions, Oct 25, 2006 - Art - 108 pages
This handbook, written by highly regarded professi onal museum conservators, outlines procedures and techniques to help improve the chances of rescuing artworks, photographs, books, memorabilia, textile s, and furniture from catastrophic damage.
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air-drying and/or blot bone box or shelf bubble wrap clean paper collagen color company or lender conservator containers contamination is present Coroplast damage occurred e.g. damp dehumidifiers diary or log Digital camera disaster dried dry specimens emergency ethanol fabric fragile frame freeze freeze-dry furniture handling specimens HEPA filter information onto clean insurance company interleave Keep identifiers labels Keep labels Keep records—of conditions keeping records layers ment when damage metal mold or contamination Museum neoprene objects packing paintings paper for keeping parchment Paul Getty Museum Pencils and paper Photographic film photographs plastic sheeting polyethylene foam polyethylene sheeting possible PROPERTIES COMMON TYPES Protective gloves nitrile relative humidity remove respirators rinse safety gear salvage shelf numbers shrink wrap stack staining Subfossil surface tape TRIAGE type specimens TYPES OF DAMAGE vacuum Vacuum cleaner video camera vinyl visual record vital in discussions waxed paper Wear protective gloves WET SPECIMENS wet textiles words a diary