In the last update from TATE researchers, the extensive cleaning system evaluation and optimising process were described. By the end of that process, TATE conservators are almost ready to take the hard work to "Whaam!", the famous painting by Roy Lichtenstein. The most promising gel developed in the Project frame, currently named "Peggy 6", seems to grant excellent performances in terms of removing soiling from paint films that were sensitive to wet cleaning procedures and abrasion and appears to offer an even cleaning effect over a large paint area.
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