Handmade photographic backgrounds on canvas.
At the moment, there are canvases made of high-density cotton from 380 g., which guarantees durability, strength and relatively light weight. The drawing is applied manually with paint that remains elastic and has a matte surface when it dries.
Canvases should be stored in a roll. Despite the fact that the paint retains its elastic properties, you should try to avoid strong creases to avoid tearing (cracking) the paint layer. Do not store canvases in areas with high humidity or exposed to high temperatures.
To avoid damaging the background, make sure that the floor is well swept, dry and clean, and only then expand the background. When attaching the canvas to a wooden mouldings or other crossbars, do not stick adhesive tape on the paint layer. Do not stand on the canvas in dirty shoes. Also, be careful while on the canvas in heels. The manufacturer is not responsible for damage to the canvas.
When it’s time to remove the background for storage, please carefully sweep the canvas before folding to remove dirt and dust. Place the canvas on a clean, dry surface with the image facing up. Glue the edge of the background to the base on which it was placed. Collapse the canvas so that the image faces inward. When the canvas is folded flush with the base, wrap it securely around the edges and in the middle with sticky tape. Never stick the tape over the image.
If the canvas is dirty, you can wipe it with a damp cloth. Do not use aggressive detergents or chemicals to clean the canvas.