Removing Cigarette Smoke Stain from Art Work

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I have a very nice ink drawing that was hanging on the wall of a heavy smoker. Although it was behind glass, it received smoke damage. Is there a way to remove the smoke stain?


By Tammy K

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January 13, 20140 found this helpful

You need to find a reputable, qualified, insured art restoration expert. It will cost you a fair amount of money but it is really the only way to safely restore the art to the original condition.

Home remedies should not be used under any circumstances. If need be, save up the money to have the work professionally done and until then leave the artwork as it is. Trying a home remedy for this particular problem will only result in loss of the artwork.

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