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White Bread


White bread is sticky, making it a great for removing dirt from hard-to-clean artwork, like oil paintings. Simply dab a piece of bread to any that need a cleaning — it will pick up any dirt, dust, and grime while leaving your painting unscathed.

Another useful tip: Use white bread to help clean up shattered glass. Once you've gotten all the big pieces, dab a piece around the area where the glass broke to pick up any remaining shards. Just remember to use caution, and dispose of the used bread properly when done.

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