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How to Clean Your Oil Paintings Properly

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http://www.paintingsgalore.com Even a feather duster can be harmful to your painting. The barbs on the feathers can cause tiny scratches over the surface.

http://www.paintingsgalore.com Even a feather duster can be harmful to your painting. The barbs on the feathers can cause tiny scratches over the surface.

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    How to Clean Your Oil Paintings Properly How to Clean Your Oil Paintings Properly Presentation Transcript

    • How Not to Clean Your Oil Paintings http://www.iloveoilpaintings.com http://www.paintingsgalore.com
    • There are a lot of myths going around the world and the internet on how to clean your paintings. http://www.iloveoilpaintings.com http://www.paintingsgalore.com Here Is Some Of The Advice That You Need To Avoid:
      • Some says that bread and raw potato can help you in cleaning your paintings. Rubbing it to the paintings to pick up dust and grimes. The results of both of these methods is bread crumbs and potato residue. The bugs will thank you.
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      • Using baby oil in a painting is the best. Using a cotton ball and rubbing it in a circular fashion. makes it shiny and the colors look bright. The problem is that it does not rehydrate the oil paint. It just sits there and it doesn’t dry up. It doesn’t attracts dust and grimes too.
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      • Using rubbing alcohol is a big “NO! NO!. Yes, it may clean a spot or smudge but it will also take the paint right off.
      • Even a feather duster can be harmful to your painting. The barbs on the feathers can cause tiny scratches over the surface.
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      • Actually cleaning your painting is really easy. Use soft, dry sable brush to get the dust off. Anything beyond this usually needs a professional.
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