Friday, 24 December 2010

Nitty Gritty

The National Gallery London has been forced to invest in specialist chloride-free grit for Trafalgar Square and the surrounding area. It has been discovered that normal grit (10x cheaper per bag) releases fumes damaging to artworks as it evaporates in the galleries, after being brought in on visitors' shoes.

BBC Article here.

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