wdonzelli at gmail.com
Mon Aug 24 14:37:08 CDT 2015
> I'm not into the de-yellowing thing myself. There's no evidence that
> de-yellowing improves the durability of objects. A museum curator preparing
> an exhibit might well use a water-based acrylic that can easily be washed
That is what the Air and Space Museum has done for a while - a very
thin wax coat covers the original, untouched finish, and a new paint
job is applied onto the wax. Apparently it is easy to strip off, thus
a reversible portion of a restoration, but I think the paint is not
durable at all (which is why you should not touch things in museums
unless given permission).
I am not a fan of the Retrobrite process, although I have never tried
it out. In my mind it just seems wrong.
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