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Subject: Polyurethane and modern human bones

Polyurethane and modern human bones

From: Barbara Appelbaum <aandh>
Date: Wednesday, December 16, 1998
Thanks to Niccolo Caldararo for the note on the Krylon products.  In
any case, B-66 is superior to polyurethane in its aging properties.
This case is another example of why conservators should not be
relying on proprietary products.  When non-conservators do
treatments and cannot mix their own materials, they need to be as
particular as possible about their material choices.

B. Appelbaum

                  Conservation DistList Instance 12:52
               Distributed: Wednesday, December 16, 1998
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