Caring for Your Prints

Be careful to not touch the face of the print with bare hands.

Gently use compressed or canned air to blow off dust.

Handle carefully to avoid butterfly creases.

Be careful when stacking prints. Don’t drag them across each other—paper edges are sharp and can easily scratch a print.

You can flatten prints by placing them under a weight that’s bigger in size than the print (like a sheet of glass).

Don’t store you print long-term in the delivery packaging as it isn’t acid-free or archival.

Let your print air out at least three days before framing. Framing too early can cloud the glass.