- - canvas;
- - sturgeon glue;
- - honey;
- - brushes;
- - iron;
- - tissue paper;
- - the sub-frame;
- - kraft paper;
- - emulsion to dissolve the varnish;
- - cotton swab;
- - scalpel;
- - paint.
Remove the picture from the wall and release it from the frame.Look canvas for damage.The older work of art, the greater the risk that the oil in the composition of the soil has destroyed the fabric fibers.If the damaged parts of a lot, you must duplicate the canvas.Vykroyte from a new section of the canvas size of the old and stick it to the wrong side of the image using sturgeon glue.If only the damaged edges of the canvas - use small strips of the new web.
Take equal proportions of sturgeon glue and honey.Stir the mixture and heat in a water ba
th.Broad brush, apply a warm weight on the front side of the picture.Immediately cover all tissue paper and iron with warm iron (not red-hot to the maximum).This happens strengthening layers.Moisten a cotton swab with warm water and gently remove the excess glue them and tissue paper.
Stretch desktop picture frame, which strips 20-30 cm longer than the sides of the canvas.To do this, cut out four kraft paper wide strips and attach them to one side of the slats, and the other - to the canvas to stretch the picture.
Moisten a cotton swab in a weak emulsion to dissolve the varnish.Spend them in the image, removing pollution.Work in silence, to catch the moment of nail polish remover to the border with paint.Once the swab comes to her, rustling sound will change a call.Very thick layers of varnish can be gently scrape with a scalpel.
Inspect cleared of lacquer painting.In places where the ground moved away from the canvas, put on the damaged portion of the new.Picking the right shade of paint, paint badly cracked places, entire sections without touching.Dry painting and re-coat varnish.Put in a frame and hang.