- 1. Transporting Costume
- (Displaying clothes)
- ... be supported by custom-made supports cut out of Ethafoam, which then is placed in a sturdy box. It is important to avoid contamination from surroundings and other objects when museum objects are being ...
- 2. Dangerous Costume
- (Working with clothes)
- ... small spaces. This means you must be aware of how you lift and move heavy and fragile objects, not only for their sake but also for your own. contamination: dust, mercury, DDT, heavy metals ...
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