A Mudpack for the Taj Mahal.

150_taj-mahal.jpgThe white marble of the Taj Mahal in Agra is looking yellow due to air pollution. India’s parlaiment suggests a mud pack treatment may be in order.
"To restore the pristine glory of the Taj Mahal, as a conservation measure, the clay pack treatment, which is non-corrosive and non-abrasive, should be carried out for the removal of the accretionary deposits," the report said.

The report recommends that the application of a mud pack should be a regular event to keep the marble's surface clean.

The treatment is expected to take two months and cost around $230,000. Link -via Arbroath

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Some auto detailers use a clay bar after a wash. You'd be surprised how much dirt there is left on a "clean" car. This sounds like the same principle on a much grander scale.
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