Photo cleaning and care – solving common problems

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Part 2 of 2 – Proper handling can prevent some damage to photographs. Clean, white cotton gloves should be worn while handling photographs. Oils from hands, lotions and other sources can mark the image’s surface and may not be reversible. Never use ink to mark photographs or enclosures. Instead, use a soft lead pencil on the reverse side of the photo.


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Caring for and displaying your keepsake photos

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Part 1 of 2 –  With the move to digital photography, many of us know how to store and back up those files. However, you probably also have a box (or boxes!) of historical family photos that you’d like to preserve for future generations. Photographs are easily damaged by improper handling, storage and exposure to environmental conditions. What can we do to protect these priceless gifts of history?


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Is your indoor pool properly ventilated?

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Fall and winter are likely to be peak seasons for your recreation facility’s indoor pool usage. Lap swimming, swim lessons, water aerobics and family recreation times dramatically increase activity. As activities increase, so should your safety vigilance.


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Protecting your craft beverage equipment

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While means and methods will vary, one item that all craft beverage manufacturers share is dependence on their equipment. That’s why it’s important to make sure you include equipment breakdown coverage as part of your insurance portfolio if you’re a craft brewer, distiller or winery owner.


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