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How to preserve a fabric art on canvas?

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preserving a fabric art depends on the type of canvas and how old is it.

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Sofia Johnson

about 3 years ago
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I am not an expert but rather here are a few hints by which you can protect your art with fabric. The shirking of neither direct daylight nor interminable soddenness is an absolute necessity. On the off chance that this is to hang in a home, avoid shower and kitchen. On the off chance that the piece must be confined under glass, make certain there is a cushion of room among glass and piece as buildup can be an issue in a home that isn't continually an even temperature. What's more, what number of us does that in any case?!

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Edward McKinney

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It relies upon the texture workmanship and to what extent to safeguard it. Here are some tips you can do to protect your fabric art. Try not to open to oxygen or daylight or dampness. For ordinary wallhangings, keep out of sun, and shield from residue (put behind glass). For reasonable texture craftsmanship (attire, bedding, and so forth.), most likely don't stress over who and what is to come. Wear it, think about it, use it.

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Firstly you need to avoid any direct sunlight or chronic dampness as it is one of the major factors that can damage your fabric art. if you wish to frame the canvas make sure there is a buffer of space between the glass and the canvas. If the piece is hanging from a rod and has no clear protection carefully dust the piece on a regular basis. However if you have a relatively quiet surroundings and the outdoor isn?t blowing through daily then you may opt for a seasonal dusting.

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