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How To Clean Art
How To Clean Art

Have you ever wondered about the best way to clean your original artwork? Two words: feather duster. If you have acrylic or oil paintings on canvas, a feather duster (or microfiber duster) is your best bet. Dust lightly with clean dry feathers and watch closely for loose or flaking paint on older paintings. If paint is separating from the surface of the artwork, restoration is in order. If your artwork is behind glass, a feather duster is still the way to go so that damage to glass is avoided. When it comes to cleaning artwork, taking care is of the utmost importance!

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