oil cleaning supplies

FramerDave

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You might try Gainsborough Products. They seem to have a pretty extensive line of products.

DISCLAIMER: This is given for informational purposes only and poster assumes that you have the requisite skills training and ability to execute this type of work. Neither the poster nor The Grumble community assumes any responsibility for any consequenses arising from the use of Gainsborough products.

Good luck.
 

Baer Charlton

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They used them all up after the Valdez spill.
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I Think the company is called Rembrant out of the San Francisco bay area. They have advertized in the trade rags forever.

maybe someone knows a web URL.
 

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Windsor & Newton makes a line of cleaning products. Google them to find a distributor. I think Pearl Paints carries the line.

What FramerDave said.
 

Doug Gemmell

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We buy ours from this source:

B.L. Haymond Supply
707-462-5011

They have everything you would need to clean oil paintings. Suggest that you at least get the book they offer: "Handbook of Oil Painting Conservation" but you really should get some training if you plan to offer this service to the public.
 
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