Any advice on adhesives/solvents for bonding wood cracks of contemporary paintings that are super sensitive to everything polar (paint and the support), especially water?
I have a case of a painting made on Triplex plywood. Which means it is very reactive to humidity and almost every other solvent but hydrocarbons. I cannot use an animal glue or any other type of water-based adhesive because the wood and the painting will react to that. So I though paraloid but it would have to be in toluene or xylene - which I would like to avoid. Any advice? Experiences?
The board is super thin, and the cracks are located in the frame area, so I need an adhesive with considerable strength, and it would be perfect if it stays reversible in apolar solvents.