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You’ve acquired the things you love over the years with a discerning eye; now help protect what these possessions are worth to you. Assessing your home for potentially hazardous situations and providing your cleaning service, maid, butler, landscaper or other housekeeping staff with some clear and simple instructions will help. To start, you’ll want to identify items that should never be touched by household employees without prior instructions from you or your conservator. And when it comes to specifics, it’s important to know the following:
No matter how many precautions are taken, the possibility of breakage always exists in and around the home. Make sure your household staff knows what to do if something happens. Above all else, your staff must know that literally “sweeping it under the rug” is not the answer. The staff must be trained to collect and save all of the pieces. A piece of masking tape pressed to the floor to gather even the smallest fragments of that Tang Dynasty horse might be the difference between a completely successful restoration and a disappointing one.
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