Black fluid acrylic ink

$5.15

Black fluid acrylic ink

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Acrylic Gloss Medium in water

$5.15

Acrylic Gloss Medium in water

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Paraloid (formerly Acryloid) B-67 in Naphtha

$5.15

Paraloid (formerly Acryloid) B-67 in Naptha

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Paraloid (formerly Acryloid) B-72 in Acetone

$5.15

Paraloid (formerly Acryloid) B-72 in Acetone

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Collections Labeling Kit

$95.00

Based on work by the AIC/AAM Joint Committee on Numbering, this kit provides three half ounce brush top bottles of different clear lacquers, two bottles of solvents, and bottles of black and white acrylic inks. Included are three different ink applicators: a fine brush, a quill pen and an empty COPIC marker. Three different pencils, two that are water soluble, samples of different tags and ties, and gloves also are included. A small booklet provides information on how to use each of the items in the kit.

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Polyvinyl Alcohol Sponges

$5.00

can be wrung nearly dry, so they are barely wet. This means less water is applied to surfaces during cleaning, causing less damage. Cut down, they make mini sponge for cleaning. Do not use on collection items without training from a conservator.

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Tech Bulletin #11 Dry Methods for Surface Cleaning of Paper

$18.00

Author: Janet Cowan. This practical instruction guide is perfect for use by those responsible for care and preservation of works on paper. Describes problems caused by dirt and potential difficulties from the nature and / or condition of paper artifacts. Discusses cleaning materials and techniques and suggests specific types of works of art and archival material.

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Tech Bulletin #13 Controlling Vertebrate Pests in Museums

$12.00

Author: Thomas J.K. Strang and John E. Dawson. Examines the detrimental affect that rodents have on museum collections. Vertebrate animals can soil or destroy artifacts. Prompt identification of the pest and the use of suitable methods to control it are essential. In most cases, non-chemical methods can be used to control vertebrate pests in museums; chemical methods are also discussed.

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Tech Bulletin # 15 Solving Museum Insect Problems: Chemical Control

$26.00

Author: John E. Dawson and revised by Thomas J.K. Strang. Intended to help museum staff understand commercial pest control operations. It describes chemical methods of controlling insects, and includes information on regulations, modes of action, and application methods necessary for the safe use of insecticides. A detailed guide helps in decision-making about the appropriate chemical method of control.

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Tech Bulletin #12 Controlling Museum Fungal Problems

$12.00

Author: Thomas J.K. Strang and John E. Dawson. Provides guidance on identifying a fungal problem, fungal problems in wood outdoors, and controlling fungi.

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