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Category Archives: Lacquer
Q is for Q-tips: A-to-Z Challenge
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 … Continue reading
Marguerite McLoughlin’s Sewing Cabinet Speaks
by DKP (Note: I mean to come back to this, to write more and to edit. . . it is little more than a thought of good writing at this time, and it will evolve as I have time. Research … Continue reading
Conservation as Art: Infill, by DKP
The trend in American conservation is to think of conservation as science. A more balanced truth is conservation is an art that uses science. Infill is one area that proves that theory. Simplistically, one reason infill is performed in a … Continue reading