The special canvas material has a waterproof coating. Apply a small amount of water onto a damp cloth and gently clean off significant dirt if necessary.
Chemical fluids are not recommended to be used to clean any of our canvas prints. Dust should be blown off the surface or try using a light feather duster to remove the dust built up.
Our canvas prints are a high-quality reproduction of photos. To avoid scratching your prints, canvas prints should never be sprayed with any kind of cleaner or in any diluted form. Ideally, however, the surface of a canvas print should never be touched, even when coated. Dust should be blown off the surface or try using a special canvas brush. If necessary, a light feather duster should be used to remove dust build up and only if the canvas has been properly coated. Chemical fluids are not recommended to be used to clean a canvas print. Our canvas prints are waterproofed, only apply water on a damp cloth to gently clean off significant dirt if necessary.
Safe Place to Store Canvas Print
Avoid hanging or storing anything in the basement attic or any other place with extremes of temperature and humidity. A stable cool dry environment is best. Avoid hanging pieces on outside walls. Avoid hanging prints in direct sunlight or any other intense light source. Control the exposure to ultraviolet light through glazing or placement away from a UV source. Occasionally rotate framed prints to cut down on the duration of light exposure. Avoid hanging framed prints directly above working fireplaces or radiators. We at lamasset-art.com hope that this guide has given you some insight into the care of your canvas print, but please bear in mind though that this is only a general guide and you should contact us for more specialized advice on your particular piece.