From rust being washed off some old pots to dirt removed from crevices between tiles, watching something return to its previous state is oddly satisfying and art pieces are no exception to that principle. Not too long ago we shared a video of art expert Philip Mould removing the old varnish off a 400-year-old painting, which since then has gone viral. The fascinating process garnered attention on Tumblr where people were quick to demand the same thing to be done to Da Vinci’s famous ‘Mona Lisa’. A tempting idea, especially after seeing how beautiful the ‘Woman In Red’ looked after Mould’s treatment. However, 5 days ago, a user named Eleanor quickly explained what would happen if someone tried to restore Leonardo’s masterpiece to its original state. Read her explanation below and find out if the risk would be worth it!