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Cleaning Artifacts with CalgonTM

Experiments in which recently excavated artifacts were soaked for at least four hours in 40 g/liter aqueous solutions of CalgonTM (sodium [hexa]metaphosphate), then rinsed off in a colander under tap water, show this method to be 1.5 to 6.4 times more thorough than traditional scrubbing while taking... Full description

Journal Title: American antiquity 1998-01, Vol.63 (1), p.157-160
Main Author: Neumann, Thomas W
Other Authors: Sanford, Robert M
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Quelle: Alma/SFX Local Collection
Publisher: New York, US: Cambridge University Press
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description: Experiments in which recently excavated artifacts were soaked for at least four hours in 40 g/liter aqueous solutions of CalgonTM (sodium [hexa]metaphosphate), then rinsed off in a colander under tap water, show this method to be 1.5 to 6.4 times more thorough than traditional scrubbing while taking only two-thirds the time. This method, particularly effective in cleaning large batches of small or intricately surfaced objects, is a practical cost-saving procedure in both public and private-sector research.
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