[mhsgreatercinci] Re: [mhsgreatercinci] Re: cleaning glass cabinets and wood

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  • To: Aashi Mital <aashimital@xxxxxxxxx>, MHS Group <mhsgreatercinci@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 17 Jun 2015 17:24:05 +0000

Thank you all so much.

Tonia Edwards


Christian Waldschmidt Homestead and Civil War Museum

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From: Aashi Mital
Sent: ‎Wednesday‎, ‎June‎ ‎17‎, ‎2015 ‎11‎:‎45‎ ‎AM
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I've always suggested or used vinegar and old t-shirts for rags. There may be
times when I use really mild soap.

On Wed, Jun 17, 2015 at 11:48 AM, William Dichtl
<wdichtl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:


I use water and vinegar to clean glass and plexiglass. I have used unbleached
muslin for mannequin covers and covers for hangers for clothing. I have used a
variety of fabric for exhibit cases and have not seen any issues. Exhibit
cases displays are short term.


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Subject: [mhsgreatercinci] Re: cleaning glass cabinets and wood


Here are topics our curators are discussing as we are doing some indepth
cleaning of our display cabinets.
What is a good glass cleaner, that is not ammonia based??
We are planning to use unbleached muslin in our display cases. We do not think
this should pose any cross contamination problems. Are there any???

Thought maybe Kathy Creighton and Bill Dichtl would share what products they

Pat Young
Christian Waldschmidt Homestead
&Civil War Museum

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