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Canvas Handling, Handling, and Cleaning:
Congratulations on becoming an owner of a new Krajewski canvas print.
HANDLING: Please make sure always to hold the print by the frame. Avoid pressing on the front of the canvas with your thumb or other fingers while holding it as it may indent the canvas. Do not lean the front of the canvas against any sharp objects.
HANGING STRETCHED CANVAS: There is NO wire on the back of the canvas, so the top of the canvas does not lean forward as it usually does when the wire is used. For the canvas to hang flush against the wall and for stability, we recommend using two Z-Anchors (provided). No drilling is required. Use a screwdriver or a drill to screw the white anchors into the drywall, flush with the wall. Space them apart by about 5”-15” and make sure they are levelled. Screw the screws in but let them stick out of the wall by about 1/4"- 3/8". The lip of the stretcher frame will sit between the wall and the screw head, preventing the picture from sliding off.
LIGHT and TEMPERATURE: Our prints are fade-proof and coated with a protective layer of varnish. However, please avoid placing them in direct sun or over a heat source. The higher temperature may cause the stretcher frame to shrink or warp, making the canvas loose and wavy.
CLEANING: To clean the canvas's surface, please use a dry, soft, lint-free towel. To clean the black edge of the frame, use a soft bristle brush instead of a fabric to avoid leaving any residue.
Enjoy your new art.