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Stavroudis, Chris. 2010. “Using Pemulen with the MCP.” Newsletter (Western Association for Art Conservation), September.

 

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Stulik, Dusan, and Valerie Dorge. 2004. Solvent Gels for the Cleaning of Works of Art : the Residue Question. [Marina del Rey, CA, USA]: Getty Conservation Institute.
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