Care of Paintings and Giclees
When caring for your fine art painting or giclee, placement is key. When placing your piece, remember to hang your art on a flat surface or wall in a dry area with little to no moisture and is out of direct sunlight.
When cleaning your new piece, remember to dust regularly with a soft, clean cloth. Be sure to use a dry cloth, as water or chemicals may damage artwork.
If your piece has plexiglass, clean only with a very mild soap and water mixture. Do not use window cleaner or similar chemicals.
While moving your art, remember to use both hands while lifting or carrying it. Using both hands minimizes stress on the frame and risk of accidents. If you need to transport the piece, be sure to lay flat cardboard underneath and in between pieces. Try not to stack art on top of one another. Do not leave pieces in extreme heat while moving or storing art. Heat can cause irreplaceable damage to art. Try to store pieces in a cool, dry environment when possible.
Last but not least, be sure to place your art where it may be enjoyed!