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Save Your Stuff in the Workplace Getting a facelift

In preperation of the upcoming release of Author, Scott M. Haskin’s second Book, Save Your Stuff In The Workplace. This website will be going through a few changes, and updates.If you have any questions, or for any reason cannot find what you are looking for please fill out the “Contact Us” tab.

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Superstorm Sandy Aftermath Threatens Your Memorabilia and Collectibles!

By Chelsea Padgett, Guest Blogger Do you live anywhere near the east coast? Chances are if you do your precious artwork and memorabilia are in trouble. Once more, we are reminded about the awful effect and threat of human life, livelihoods and resources that can be a result of a hurricane. Add to those tears [...]

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Sports Memorabilia – Preserving and Caring For Your Passion in the Office

Sports memorabilia is often found in the office and may constitute a substantial investment. But besides the value, do you REALLY want your favorite jersey or autograph to fade away? That’s a poor company image to let your customers see! Save Your Stuff guest blogger from Australia offers an excellent write up to share tips [...]

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How To Be Organized – How To Get Organized – How To Eat An Elephant

Trying to figure out what is a business art or historical related important item may make you feel like a fish out of water. Where do you start? What is your goal? Well, those aren’t really the right questions to ask. One of my great pleasures since 1978 has been to work on the enormously [...]

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Damage, Cracks and Distortions in Dirty Oil Painting – What are the Restoration Choices?

Loose canvas distortions, paint loss and scratches are common results of paintings that have been subjected to smoke, age and mistreatment. But these are all correctable problems. The painting in this photo has discolored grimy varnish that is partially cleaned away revealing the original colors. Remember, cleaning is an aesthetic option. Not a preservation requirement, [...]

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Dirty Paintings with Discoloring may be in need of Cleaning-Here is the difference after Cleaning!

The varnish is discolored from grime and smoke as well from aging. When varnish yellows the original colors become muted and sometimes you may loose depth, whites turn yellow or brown, crisp blues turn a muddy green and purples turn brown. You can see that you loose contrast and depth of field. By cleaning a [...]

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Is Your Certificate Fading Into Oblivion? 4 excellent tips to keep it from happening.

I was in my doctor’s office and we were talking about my book, “How To Save Your Stuff From A Disaster”. He asked about some of the subjects it deals with and I mentioned water damage and mold, smoke damage, shake proofing your home as with earthquakes and hurricanes, protecting photos and scrapbooks. Then I [...]

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Welcome To Save Your Stuff in the Workplace

Sign up for FREE continuing education in the side bar to the right. You will need the Access Code in order to register: it is the 1st word on page 151 of Save Your Stuff in the Workplace. Be sure to sign up with an email address that will not filter out the continuing education! [...]

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