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Care and conservation tips

With good cleaning and maintenance, you will extend the life cycle of your works of art. We firmly believe in the quality and durability of our pieces, which is why we offer you advice so that they can accompany you throughout their life.

Unpacking

When you receive your artwork, remove it from the tube with the gloves provided and unroll it carefully. Try to hold it by both ends at the same time when unrolling it to avoid unwanted folds. If the work is large, you may need the help of another person.

Once unrolled, let it rest for 24 hours to return to its original flat state.

Avoid scratching the Neoserie with your fingers to avoid damaging the surface or damaging it; if you do handle it, remember to wear gloves.

Frame

We suggest that you frame it without glass, so that its texture can be fully appreciated. To do this, we recommend that you have it mounted on a rigid support, such as a cardboard or wooden board. Your framer will know how to advise you, but if you need advice or help, do not hesitate to contact us here, we will be happy to help you.

In case you want to place it in a place where it needs extra protection, either because of the weather or the influx of people, you should frame it with glass to prevent it from deteriorating.

Conservation

Find he right place to display it, keeping it away from direct sunlight and protected from damp areas.

Try to touch it as little as possible. If you need to dust it, do it with a soft feather duster and do not use any products.

Unpacking

When you receive your work, remove it from the tube or folder with cotton gloves and unroll it carefully. If it is in a tube, try to hold it by both ends at the same time when unrolling it to avoid unwanted folds. If the work is large, you may need the help of another person.

Once unrolled, let it rest for 24 hours to return to its original flat state.

Frame

Choose the frame that best suits the work, so that it enhances it as much as possible. Your framer will know how to advise you, but if you need advice, do not hesitate to contact us here, we will be happy to help you.

Conservation

Find the ideal place to show it off, keeping it away from direct sunlight and protected from humid areas.

Our advice on how to dust framed pieces without glass, is to do it with a soft feather duster and without using any product, trying to touch it as little as possible.

If it is protected with glass, clean it dry or with a damp cloth. Do not apply any spray directly on the glass, as it could seep into the frame.

Unpacking

When you receive your artwork, remove it from the packaging with the gloves provided. If the artwork is large, you may need the help of another person.

Frame

Depending on the characteristics of the work, you can choose not to frame it. But if you do want to frame it, we suggest you do it without glass, so that its texture can be appreciated to the fullest. Your framer will be able to advise you, but if you need advice or help, please contact us here, we will be happy to help you.

In case you want to place it in a place where it needs extra protection, either because of the weather or the influx of people, you should frame it with glass to prevent it from deteriorating.

Conservation

Find the right place to display it, keeping it away from direct sunlight and protected from damp areas.

Try to touch it as little as possible, if you need to dust it, do it with a soft feather duster and do not use any products.

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