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There is no better way to celebrate Museum Day than to take a trip to a nearby museum.
Did you know polyurethane is also a supporter of the arts? Literally. Many museums utilize polyurethane in mounting textiles. Polyurethane is commonly used to protect textiles from potential damage caused by a frame’s wood acids.
Next time you’re strolling in your favorite museum, remember that the unique physical properties of polyurethane make it a “go to” material for builders, designers, engineers, architects and artists who need museums and works of art to last for long periods of time.
Do you have any DIY projects in the works or hobbies you’ve always wanted to explore? Now is the perfect time – March is National Craft Month! Many people take up arts and crafts because DIY projects are usually budget-friendly, but you may also find that learning a new skill can be fun and fulfilling.
One of the best parts about arts and crafts is seeing all the pieces come together. Did you know that polyurethane-based adhesives and sealants can help contribute new solutions for the assembly and sealing of various products? Not only that, but these adhesives and sealants...
Need to cool down, but bored of spending the entire day inside your home? Enjoy an outing to a museum! There are more than 35,000 museums waiting to be explored in the United States. Not only can you find great tours, artwork, and history but also chemistry’s favorite versatile material: polyurethane!
For example, the George Washington University Museum in Washington, D.C., uses polyurethane in mounting textiles. Textiles such as quilts, carpets, and tapestries are usually mounted with simple polyurethane fasteners. However, certain larger items require something a little stronger. The polyurethane varnish also prevents any possible textile...
What better way to spend time with your family than to have endless fun piecing together your favorite puzzle!
But when the fun is done, what do you do with your puzzle? Maybe you could leave it in the middle of your living room floor or take all of your hard work apart piece by piece. Or maybe you should use polyurethane to preserve that hours of memories you can just made with your family!
Polyurethane is the perfect protective coating that smoothly glazes over your perfectly pieced puzzle. It goes on clear and never yellows so your family memories...
The Alessi Grow watch design by Shiro Studio uses molded polyurethane to evoke muscle fibers.
The Soft Light created by German designer Simon Frambach from polyurethane can be squished into any shape that makes you comfortable.
The Capitello chaise offered by Gufram gives the Ionic capital a modern twist. Crafted from molded polyurethane foam, it combines today’s comfort with classical style.