To prevent fading, do not display your prints outdoors or in places exposed to direct sunlight.
Acrylic Print Care
If it gets dusty, gently dust with a non-abrasive cloth. You can use a small amount of mild soapy water and gently wipe with a clean, soft cloth to remove any dirt or streaks. Afterwards, wipe clean with a damp cloth, then dry by dabbing with a soft cloth. Never use anything with ammonia or alcohol because it will damage the acrylic. Also, do not use paper towels or other rough materials on acrylic and never get the back of your print wet.
Store your print flat until ready to hang to prevent warping or damage to the edges.
Metal Print Care
It’s fine to use non-ammonia glass cleaner, water, or isopropyl also known as rubbing alcohol to clean without harming the print surface. Use a clean, lint-free cloth to wipe off the print. Do Not use cleaners with ammonia, abrasives, or corrosive chemicals.
Avoid direct sunlight and handle with care to avoid bending, denting and crushing the metal.
Canvas Print Care
Most canvas prints are made to be hung inside. Never hang your canvas prints outside, in direct sunlight, in areas of high humidity, or near any heat source because it could cause the print to fade over time. Soft artificial light is the best kind of lighting to showcase your print. Canvas is made from cotton, so your canvas print may expand and contract in areas where the temperature fluctuates excessively.
In the winter, your print might loosen and sag a little because of the cold. Don’t worry about this. In the summer, your print should tighten back up because of the warmer weather.
Never use any chemical cleaners to clean your canvas prints.
If it gets dusty, gently wipe it off with a clean, soft, dry cloth. Also, a vacuum with a soft brush attachment can be used to get rid of any surface dust on the canvas. If your canvas print is in a heavily trafficked area, it may pick up a little more dirt and/or dust than usual. It can be easily cleaned by lightly dampening a clean cloth with water and gently wiping the surface and sides of the print. To remove splashes, just wipe very gently with a light damp soft cloth. Do Not rub your canvas print too hard or continuously in the same spot because that could damage the protective coating and the ink.
Each print will vary from one to the next due to surface texture, grain and color. The grain and other characteristics will show through light and white areas for a natural warm tone and vintage feel. A white ink underlay can be printed on the wood to make the image standout.
*No matter which surface you choose for you image, rest assured it will be made using the best quality of material.