SC6000 application

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Is it common to see more red rot sloughing when trying to apply SC6000 after the KLUCEL application? I tested a small area of a cover that I had Klucelled about 20 minutes earlier and the swab was as shown in the attached image. Did I not wait long enough after Klucel?

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    Asked on June 22, 2020 12:03 pm
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    It would be helpful to see a photo of the book.

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    Answered on June 22, 2020 5:27 pm
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      Hope these help. Attached find a shot of all the volumes I seek to treat and shots of the one volume I've treated with Klucel-G and a corner treated with SC6000. The question pending is whether it's common for application of SC6000 with a swab to yield more red rot from a Klucel-G treated area, as is evident on the swab in the earlier picture. As noted in the first inquiry, I applied SC6000 about 20 minutes after Klucel. 

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        Answered on June 23, 2020 7:48 am
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          Hi there,

          A couple of things. It could be that you need several light layers of  Klucel on the especially bad spots. Letting them dry in between. 20 minutes of drying should be plenty. The application of the SC600 can be a delicate procedure on rough areas. You will have to listen to your book and see if it is the right thing. Don't worry though, the Klucel should be enough for the consolidation and the SC6000 is not crucial. Let me know how it goes after several light layers of Klucel.   (And just a note, somehow you submitted this answer four times and I had to go in and delete 3 of them. No idea what happened there.)

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            Thanks. On the multiple posts, it was user error. There wasn't an intuitive indication that my clicking on "Post your Answer" had worked. I overcompensated. And then when I realized I'd posted too many times, I couldn't figure out how to delete the adds. I tried marking them as spam, but obviously that didn't help. Sorry.

             

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              No worries! I will see if I can have that made more obvious. :)

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