Kids’ greasy mitts cause golden staircase headache

The WA Museum Boola Bardip will roll out the big guns in its losing war with greasy-handed visitors tarnishing its feature “golden stairwell”.

The museum has called for quotes to apply a protective film on the 500 brass panels that line one of the museum’s most identifiable architectural features, its golden staircases.

Brass panels on the WA Museum’s ‘golden staircases’ are strewn with hand marks and graffiti.Credit: WA Museum

The film was applied to the top panels of the…

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