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Subject: Cleaning smoke-damaged acrylic paintings

Cleaning smoke-damaged acrylic paintings

From: Elizabeth Jablonski <ejablonski>
Date: Wednesday, June 24, 1998
I am looking for suggestions for cleaning a smoke-damaged acrylic
painting.  The painting is not visibly damaged, but has an
overwhelming smell of smoke.  I understand that acrylic films are
extremely sensitive to solvents and mechanical abrasion, therefore,
any cleaning solution and application process would need to be very
mild.  Thank you,

Elizabeth Jablonski
student, MAC Programme,
Queen's University

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