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How to protect your paintings from dust, dirt, lint and cat hair without damaging your surface ? Here are a few tips your can use to : Prevent, remove and protect.

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HINAZUKY 27/08/2021 - 10:41

But what about the people that live in Saudi Arabia! we can’t just Get rid of the dust cuz it’s even f where! no matter how much we clean the rooms its just a dusty country 😠 I really want a solution for that cuz its very annoying 😞

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c c 27/08/2021 - 10:41

i've come to the conclusion that cat hair will just have to be an addition to the paintings. when they find our work in a few hundred years they will know us as the artists who had cats living in our flats…lmao.

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Bee S 27/08/2021 - 10:41

I have a husky. I keep tweezers near by and also vacuum between paintings. Helps a lot. I will try the brush too!

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SHOBI SOMAN 27/08/2021 - 10:41

So beautiful! Really talented! Was amazing watching it! New friend is here.

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Cynthia Marston 27/08/2021 - 10:41

Yeah I’ve scrapped two decent starts due to hair lint and dust. I forget to wipe off the pallet is all! Oh! I ordered 15 low wide 20 ml glas jars with supposedly airtight screw on lids. I’m going to get a good thicker glass palette and glue these on the outer edges and put some oil paint colors in each so I always have my colors available easily but can stay wet. Less waste!!! Just take some for a project and when done if there is left over you know put back in unpolluted. Sometimes I end up not using a certain color I thought I might. I tried putting back in tube. I failed. I’m all about mixing colors these days ….especially darks… also my brushes in a sealed box with that oil to keep dust out. Just take the brush I want and clean off. Found a paper towel that says virtually lint free….. the getting a little hair or two in the paint on the canvas is the one thing that drives me mad! Push it around to get it off and destroying a perfect edge with perfect contrast ( I get an inch area of that phenomenon sometimes!) what do you think of my little glass jars? The thicker glass so I. An easy safe wash with those jars stuck on. (Jewelry glue). I have a thin plate used for framing and it’s Scarey to wash sometimes. Windex window cleaner works along with the razor blades. I was using solvent. My Medium idea was a disaster for wet on wet and glossy ness! It dried as I painted almost! And was very Matt. What the hell??? So now I have stand oil and Venice turpentine that will last forever….almost makes it like a cheap acrylic I swear! Well the stand oil I use still but very little and mainly just oil….looking forward to the oil painting spring edition. The non toxic part. And I did paint a no portrait. A donkey in the snow with a baby sheep. Ha ha. And I’m practicing on my kids now instead of just Rory my muse. Not loving charcoal….I think it might be a sit down kind of project….and don’t blow the dust off….spit will ruin a part! Did Angelo stand for drawing?

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Rohan Daithankar 27/08/2021 - 10:41

oil painting must face light while it is drying. otherwise it gets darker.

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Blaze Duskdreamer 27/08/2021 - 10:41

Just the info I was looking for! Not a painter (don't have the talent in that respect) but writing a story about a painter and wondered (writing sparks my curiosity and makes me think about such things the way painting sparks my painter's) how he'd keep a work in progress from gathering dust. Your tip about putting it against the wall or easel seems a good solution that I can have him use. Along with the others, of course. Except the last because the story's set in a time before plastic. But he too has a cat. A long-haired one! Yeah, that house paint brush sounds like a good suggestion too.

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Sabrin Dabcheh 27/08/2021 - 10:41

I cracked up when he almost suffocated himself just to show us how much dust was in that swipe

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Mumtaz Samnani 123 27/08/2021 - 10:41

Thank u it was helpful

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Rakhi Desai 27/08/2021 - 10:41

Very informative video. Presently I'm struggling with mold on my completed oil painting. Besides keeping it under the sun and then wiping with wet cloth in the front, any other suggestions? Still some spots are visible😳

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Jan Š. Odvárko 27/08/2021 - 10:41

Thank you Florent for the information. One question though. When waiting several months for a painting to dry before applying varnish, where do you store it? I am worried that if I keep my paintings on the wall, they will collect lots of dust during that time. Is it OK to fully wrap them with paper or something when they're touch dry?

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Vladimir Orlov 27/08/2021 - 10:41

🙂🤔👀👍💻👍🖌🎨🎨🎨💡

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Watashi Sagashi 27/08/2021 - 10:41

Artists with cats. Hard but too adorable. Yes, I understand. Had to like it for the cat this time around!

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Niki Romih 27/08/2021 - 10:41

I painted mine yesterday, and today there is dust stuck on the still wet surface…should i try to remove it now or wait for it to dry and try to dust off with brush? Or will the dust stick to the painitng? :/

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Lindiel Santos 27/08/2021 - 10:41

Your channel is amazing and your content is very precious. Please enable subtitles 🙂

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mark sidebottom 27/08/2021 - 10:41

good idea

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Trojanette83 27/08/2021 - 10:41

I realize you deal mostly in oil painting information. However, do you have any cleaning technique information for acrylic paintings? My son has some acrylic oil paintings he did about 2 or 3 yrs ago that is pretty dusty. It never dawned on me to cover them up or put them away. However, now I would like to varnish them to better protect them. What should I do?
Thanks for considering my questions.

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Media8in Production 27/08/2021 - 10:41

Thanks for the advices they are very useful.

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pritchetty 27/08/2021 - 10:41

It is not good to cover paintings with plastic for long storage.. It blocks air circulation which is essential to preventing mold and fungi growth. Best to cover paintings with a cotton fabric.

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Dale Shawn 27/08/2021 - 10:41

My first attempt at using the classical approach to glazing was a disaster. No matter how much I tried to protect it; it needed grooming😜

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k j 27/08/2021 - 10:41

that editing: "or CAT hair…👀🐱" cat: "😒" lmaoo 😂😂 love it

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Kathleen LoVerso 27/08/2021 - 10:41

Very good advice, Florent. tfs 😊

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Eleine Sun 27/08/2021 - 10:41

Perfect perfect timing of this video because I'm struggling so much finishing a painting as shedding season his its peak

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ZJM Unlisted Videos 27/08/2021 - 10:41

I'm new so my first few paintings will be on oil paper or unmounted linen, then I'll be painting on panels. My plan is to make my own wet panel carriers out of foam core, and leave them in the carrier to dry. I'm hoping this will work.

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jeffhreid 27/08/2021 - 10:41

“…OR CAT HAIR!” I lol’d too true

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ZLAFootball 27/08/2021 - 10:41

If only you made this video like a year ago!

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PᎯINᏆINᎶ ᎶIRL 27/08/2021 - 10:41

👍

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Art by abhivats 27/08/2021 - 10:41

Awesome suggestions 😃😃

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Mchdez 03 27/08/2021 - 10:41

I loved the intro 😹, cats are cute but they let their hair everywhere

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