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    Question asked 2016-11-13 09:01:02 ... Most recent comment 2016-11-13 09:38:00
    Art Conservation Topics Sizes and Adhesives Solvents and Thinners
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    Is the solvent Napthol, 'cut' 50:50 with BEVA 371b solution to adhere linen to Aluminum Composite Material, harmful to the un-sized & un-primed side of the linen (on the reverse side of the properly-prepared canvas being attached to the ACM) onto which it is applied?
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  • EditDeleteModerator AnswerNo the naptha solvent will not harm linen. Solvents completely evaporate and leave nothing to cause damage in the future. A primary reason for sizing is to prevent the absorption of the oil component into the canvas fibers causing deterioration and rotting.
    Baade, Brian
    2016-11-13 11:52:12
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