Svozil used an electrostatic duster — with electrically-charged
fibers that attract dust — before transitioning to the rag and
cleaning fluid. She works in silence for two hours on a Monday
while the museum is closed. Svozil or her colleague, who both
work as preparators, (they move, unpack, hang and clean art) do a
light cleaning on this contemporary sculpture every two or three
months, with a more thorough cleaning done annually.