Prior to any corrective action, the object in question begins with an examination of the painted surface or varnish layer.
Analytical tests can be undertaken using X-ray detraction, X-ray radiography on fragment samples, or with a chemical, depending on which method is appropriate. This procedure enables us to determine the correct approach for cleaning, treatment and varnish removal.
It is possible to treat all painted surfaces by tailoring the correct solvents that target specific chemical dirt deposits and varnish layers. A dry non-invasive method using laser is also an alternative for extremely fragile fugitive surfaces.
Laser treatment may also be used successfully on scuplture, marble and stone.