Re: Removing mold from a railroad print
O Fenton Wells
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Looks like I was wrong and it is not mildew but an acid from the tube that it was stored in. It's brown. The freezer and drying it didn't budge it. NOt sure it's worth going too much farther.
Anyone know a good source for Howard Fogg railroad prints?
I like Jon's idea
Real photo paper is pretty water resistant. I would add a tiny
ammonia to the Q tip + water to kill the bacteria. but i'd test
On 8/27/2019 1:11 PM, Jon Miller wrote:
On 8/26/2019 2:55 PM, Bob
with an art museum or art dealer and ask about folks who
clean and conserve old paintings,etc.
If it costs too much you might try a Q tip and water or
soap and water.
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