JAIC 1989, Volume 28, Number 1, Article 3 (pp. 31 to 42)
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JAIC 1989, Volume 28, Number 1, Article 3 (pp. 31 to 42)

AN EPOXY/MICROBALLOON MIXTURE FOR GAP FILLING IN WOODEN OBJECTS

R. Barclay, & C. Mathias




REFERENCES

Grattan, D.W. and Barclay, R.L.“A Study of Gap Fillers for Wooden Objects.”Studies in Conservation, Vol. 33, No. 2, 1988, pp. 71–86.

Hatchfield, P.“A Note on a Fill Material for Water Sensitive Objects.”Journal of the American Institute for Conservation, Vol 25, 1986, pp. 93–96.

Phillips, W.W. and Selwyn, J. “Epoxies in Wood Repairs for Historic Buildings.” U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service Publication, Number 1, Washington, 1978.

Barclay, R.L. and Grattan, D.W.“A Silicone Rubber/Micro-balloon Mixture for Gap Filling in Wooden Objects.” ICOM Committee for Conservation - Proceedings of 6th Triennial Conference, Sydney, Australia, 1987.

Code of Ethics and Guidance for Practice, International Institute for Conservation - Canadian Group and Canadian Association of Professional Conservators, Ottawa, 1986.

Ciba-Geigy, Araldite AZ-3456 Product Data Sheet, n.d.

Union Carbide Corp., Bakelite Phenolic Microballoons Product Application Bulletin, n.d.

Grattan, D.W. and Barclay, R.L.


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