Oxford University Museum of Natural History – Laser Cleaning

The accumulated dirt, dust and fingerprints of museum life [Oxford University Musem of Natural History] had, since 1860, turned this honey coloured stone distinctly black! In a live museum setting cleaning the stone with water or abrasion was not an option so Eura undertook a conservation clean using high powered lasers to...

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Oxford University Museum of Natural History – Ornamental Ironwork

Vacuums at the ready, a team assessed and brushed each and every surface, nook and cranny. A gentle wash, with non-ionic detergent was then undertaken, ensuring that none of the delicate painted and stencilled surfaces were damaged. Every wooden beam, rafter and purlin was also cleaned and this lead to the discovery, on a...

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