How to protect a print


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Old 08-17-05, 06:53 AM
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How to protect a print

I'm planning on hanging a bare (no glass) print in a bathroom next to a shower. The environment will obviously be damp so I'm wondering what can be used as a protectant. I know Krylon makes various protectant and preservative sprays but does anyone have a suggestion?

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Old 08-17-05, 10:14 AM
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how will you be hanging it? in a frame but with no glass? are you planning on spraying the back, too? it seems like you're just asking for trouble. frame it properly so that it's protected.
 
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Old 08-17-05, 10:55 AM
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Hi Annette,

Thanks for the quick response. Actually, glassed frames in a humid environment are a real problem. Unless they are very well sealed. moisture collects inside, paper bubbles, etc. I hoped to be able to fasten a mounted print to the wall. I assume one or more of the Krylon (or other brand) sprays will do the trick but I don't know which might be best.

Sturdy

p.s. Don't laugh...the print is a 24x30 beach scene complete with lighthouse, all surrounded by a faux window frame. A real window is considerably more expensive!
 
 

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