Rainy March in SoCal – Water Damaged Collectibles?

Our fountain, filled with rain water

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We’ve had some water in SoCal lately… the basin of our fountain was bone-dry-empty 2 weeks ago and now the 14″ basin is overflowing from the rain. But that also means the local reservoirs are full and that is comforting. But, living in a dry climate, we assume that our travels, building projects, sports events will not deal with the complication of wet weather… but not so, this month.

Just the same, I was out in it yesterday picking up, delivering and consulting with interested people on the West LA, Hollywood, Santa Monica area and met with a nice lady with an iron, antique Thai Buddha that was flaking, previous restorations are falling apart and needs some TLC that we can provide. I can’t believe that she bought it in Thailand, many years ago, when she was there as a tourist and brought it home. It must weigh 150 lbs!! She is in the middle of home renovations and its a bit tricky managing the work in a rainy downpour!!

Even when water damage can badly effect art, antiques and collectibles… the poor handling, storage and improper restoration can be much more devastating. I often tell people that they should not trust the person who shampoos their couch to appropriately treat their artwork and collectibles. You might think that’s a little self-serving, but I’m trying to share a truth that can save people great heartache. Here is a testimonial…

Here is our webpage for other testimonials. Scroll down the page… I think you’ll find several of the examples interesting and entertaining: https://www.FineArtConservationLab.com/testimonials

Here is our YouTube playlist of other testimonials for family heirlooms: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL41D80C1C65FF2CE7

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Finally, remember, Spring forward, Fall back this evening.😀

Family heirlooms are very important types of items with positive vibes that help people to remember their family history stories and events with loved ones.

International blogger, Khola Malik’s recent article talked about the importance of our personal treasured history item and its contribution to our family’s legacy and heritage: https://saveyourstuff.com/loosing-treasured-family-history-items-and-heirlooms-is-heartbreaking/

How can something be priceless when its not worth anything? What is worth saving and protecting of our “stuff?”  Frankie Boyer Talk Radio Interview Boston, Mass https://www.fineartconservationlab.com/facl-in-the-media/frankie-boyer-talk-radio-interview-boston-mass/

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About Scott M. Haskins

Scott Haskins has been in professional art conservation since 1975, specializing in the conservation/restoration of easel paintings, murals and art on paper. FACL, Inc. is known nationally for doing A+ work no matter the size or difficulty of the project. We are happy to do a quick cleaning on a family heirloom. Our client list and resume is also full of very satisfied clients of large, difficult/complicated projects at remote locations. Excellent services are also available as an Expert Witness/Legal Testimony in art related matters. Consultation on art related projects occur regularly including extensive insurance evaluations for insured or insurer. Services are offered worldwide. Scott M. Haskins is also author of the "Save Your Stuff" series, educational information, materials and supplies to help people protect and save their treasured family heirlooms and collectibles at home and office. He can be reached at 805 564 3438. Video and written testimonials at https://www.fineartconservationlab.com/testimonials/
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