Revision Priority: Medium: We have had feedback from a student that it is not clear which bleaches are no longer used, and which are still in common use. The information could be reorganized and expanded, especially light bleaching section. A write-up of the use of bleaches in gels could be added. Philosophical discussion could be first instead of at the end. --Denise Stockman (talk) 15:40, 8 August 2016 (CDT)
Add to bibliography:
Brückle, Irene. (2009). Bleaching Paper in Conservation: Decision-Making Parameters. Restaurator-international Journal for The Preservation of Library and Archival Material - RESTAURATOR. 30. 321-332. 10.1515/rest.018.
Mowery, F.: The conservation of the Omenhauser civil war sketchbook. The Bookand Paper Group Annual 10 (1991): 139 – 148.
Pascoe, M. W., Skinner, C.: Studies with sodium borohydride and hydrogenperoxide acting on artists’ colours and pigments. In : Conservation of Historic andArtistic Works on Paper, Proceedings of the Symposium 1988, H. Burgess (ed.),Canadian Conservation Institute, Ottawa, 1994: 209– 213.
Stratis, H., with contributions by D. W. Kiehl: Whistler’s papers : their appearance,selection, and use. In : The Lithographs of James McNeill Whistler, N. R. Spink, H. K.Stratis, M. Tedeschi (eds.), The Art Institute of Chicago, Correspondence andTechnical Studies, vol. 2, Chicago, 1998: 298 –433.
Smith, Theresa. (2012). An Evaluation of Historical Bleaching with Chlorine Dioxide Gas, Sodium Hypochlorite, and Chloramine-T at the Fogg Art Museum. Restaurator. 33. 249-273. 10.1515/res-2012-0012.