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O difícil tratamento de um bordado do século XVIII com gel de limpeza em combinação com barreira de líquido de silicone decametilciclopentasiloxano (D5)

Anja Smets1,*, Kristel De Vis2, Natalie Ortega-Saez2

1 Freelance textile conservator, Antwerp, Belgium

2 University of Antwerp, Faculty of Design Sciences, Conservation Studies, Blindestraat 9, 2000 Antwerp, Belgium

* anjasmets@live.be

Resumo

A migração de corantes é um problema para os conservadores de têxteis, pois podem causar danos significativos nos objectos e impedir o seu tratamento por via húmida. Com a introdução dos geles de limpeza em conservação, surgiram novas oportunidades para esses tratamentos difíceis. Este artigo descreve a limpeza de uma peça de seda danificada devido à migração de corantes dos fios do bordado para o fundo branco. Investigámos se, através do uso de gel de agarose com uma solução aquosa preparada com soluções-tampão de pH e quelantes, pode ser evitada a continuação da migração dos corantes durante o tratamento por via húmida. As soluções de siloxanos octametilciclotetrasiloxano (D4) e decametilciclopentasiloxano (D5) foram também testadas devido à possibilidade do seu uso, como barreiras de líquido, para protecção do bordado. O método de limpeza desenvolvido foi eficaz na prevenção da continuação da migração dos corantes, mas as manchas iniciais não puderam ser removidas completamente. É necessária investigação adicional com vista à optimização deste método.

Palavras-chave

Conservação de têxteis
Migração de corantes
Gel de limpeza
Agarose
Solventes de silicone D4 e D5

Idioma

Inglês

Título original

A challenging treatment of an 18th century embroidered textile using gel cleaning in combination with decamethylcyclopentasiloxane (D5) silicone solvent barriers

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10.14568/cp2018023

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Smets, A.; De Vis, K.; Ortega-Saez, N., 'A challenging treatment of an 18th century embroidered textile using gel cleaning in combination with decamethylcyclopentasiloxane (D5) silicone solvent barriers', Conservar Património (volume no prelo), https://doi.org/10.14568/cp2018023.

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Smets, A., De Vis, K., & Ortega-Saez, N. (volume no prelo). A challenging treatment of an 18th century embroidered textile using gel cleaning in combination with decamethylcyclopentasiloxane (D5) silicone solvent barriers. Conservar Património. DOI:10.14568/cp2018023.

Chicago:
Smets, Anja, Kristel De Vis, and Natalie Ortega-Saez. volume no prelo. "A challenging treatment of an 18th century embroidered textile using gel cleaning in combination with decamethylcyclopentasiloxane (D5) silicone solvent barriers." Conservar Património. doi:10.14568/cp2018023.

NP405:
SMETS, Anja [et al.] – A challenging treatment of an 18th century embroidered textile using gel cleaning in combination with decamethylcyclopentasiloxane (D5) silicone solvent barriers. Conservar Património. volume no prelo.

ABNT:
SMETS, Anja; DE VIS, Kristel; ORTEGA-SAEZ, Natalie. A challenging treatment of an 18th century embroidered textile using gel cleaning in combination with decamethylcyclopentasiloxane (D5) silicone solvent barriers. Conservar Património, Lisboa, volume no prelo. Disponível em: <https://doi.org/10.14568/cp2018023>. Acesso em: .

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Recebido: 2018-6-17
Revisto: 2018-10-31
Aceite: 2018-11-6
Online: 2019-1-25

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