How to clean a canvas print?

1 month 3 weeks ago #739384 by Rawley Photos
I've had clients reach out to me asking on how to clean the canvas prints they picked up from me.  Actually another question just came through.  

Would you happen to know the best way?

Thank you!


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1 month 3 weeks ago #739402 by Razky


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1 month 3 weeks ago #739440 by Rawley Photos
Excellent, thank you!  


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1 month 3 weeks ago #739466 by Uplander
I've always used just a damp cloth, and never had any issues.  


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1 month 3 weeks ago #739472 by Rawley Photos

Uplander wrote: I've always used just a damp cloth, and never had any issues.  



Cool, thank you! 


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1 month 3 weeks ago #739525 by Roman Omell
Damp microfiber cloth will do the trick


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1 month 2 weeks ago #739630 by Kyle O
I have a microfiber duster that does the trick for me.  Honestly never needed to use anything else.  


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1 month 2 weeks ago #739634 by yusufcpu
Hi, Good and unique question

Step 1 Can canvas prints are cleaned?

Prints on canvas can definitely be cleaned. When cleaning your canvas prints, there are a few things to keep in mind.

Location: Avoid placing your canvas prints in the sun. Keep your canvas prints out of direct sunlight and away from dampness, whether you are storing them or hanging them on your wall. Your canvas wall art may eventually fade if it is exposed to direct sunlight. So for your canvas print, gentle lighting is excellent. Your canvas prints will look better in areas that are airier, have greater air circulation, and have ambient light.

Moisture — As was already said, you should keep your canvas print out of damp areas and rooms with poor air circulation. The canvas will warp as a result of absorbing moisture in a damp environment.

Storage – Keep your canvas print in a dry, secure location. Make sure nothing is placed on top of it by either hanging it from a wall or supporting it on the ground.

Canvas prints should be cleaned on a regular basis. The best way to clean your canvas print is with a light dusting with a fine linen towel.

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1 month 2 weeks ago #739756 by Brody Kross
Not complicated, grab a moist microfiber cloth.  Can be the el cheapos found in Home Depot, whip off.  


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1 month 2 weeks ago #739757 by CharleyL
What ever you decide to use, experiment in a less noticeable area, before attempting to clean the canvas with your choice of cleaner. Even plain water can be harmful to some things. If water is involved, use distilled water, so no minerals are left behind. Distilled water is readily available in grocery stores next to the bottled drinking water.

Charley 


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1 month 1 week ago #739870 by Peter P
:agree:    if you using any chemicals test in the back first 


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