Hey, recently, I bought a model. Used to show Japanese ancient costumes. The clothes look a little worried. How can I keep the fabric? Of course, there will be a lot of dust outside. This is only temporary.
Found this on the net. So it seems to be the best option after darkness.
"Some industry sources claim that LEDs produce no UV radiation. This actually isn’t true. LEDs do produce a small amount of UV, but they emit even less. That’s because the amount that is produced is converted to white light by the phosphors inside the lamp.
Unless you’re lighting your home, office, or factory with tanning-bed lamps, the main concern with certain lighting types—including CFLs and high-intensity discharge (HID) lamps—is that they emit enough UV to damage artwork and fabrics over time. High quality LEDs—thanks to their low UV emissions—are now the lighting type of choice for museums striving to protect treasured artifacts and maintain their original colors and patina. In commercial and residential applications, LEDs save carpets, window coverings, and painted surfaces from the degrading effects of UV radiation.
LEDs offer relief from another pesky problem—insects. UV light attracts insects. If you’ve ever seen—and heard—a black-light bug zapper at work, you know the strange command UV radiation seems to hold over insects. With virtually no UV emissions, LEDs do not attract bugs, and that’s made them popular in commercial food-service applications, residential kitchens, and exterior installations where it’s important to minimize the attraction of small flying pests."