Q is for Q-tips: A-to-Z Challenge

DSC09870 Okay, I am giving it away.  My super secret cleaning tool.  Q-tips Brand Cotton swabs and elbow grease.  Sometimes, a bit of distilled water.  That’s it.  I cleaned the entire Marguerite McLoughlin Chinese Lacquer Sewing Cabinet using 10,000 Q-tips.  Why that brand?  I’ve tried the others, and they won’t stand up to elbow grease.

And we are famous for our cleaning-with-Q-tips expertise: Check it out!

W09 PEDIMENT AFTER TREATMENT MPFC

The Lotus cornice after cleaning!

Marguerite McLoughlin's Chinese Lacquer Sewing Cabinet After Conservation Treatment

Marguerite McLoughlin’s Chinese Lacquer Sewing Cabinet After Conservation Treatment

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2 Responses to Q is for Q-tips: A-to-Z Challenge

  1. Aewl says:

    Very nice post. Mrs. Aewl wanted me to write about q-tips also, but I declined. Glad someone did.

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