Will a print be ruined eventually? Could I seal a print forever?
Hillela G. on May 31, 2017Try using Mod Podge- or a spray sealant!Helpful Reply
Charla Schuman on Jun 04, 2017If you used something like Krylon clear coat, or Mod Podge like Hillela suggested, you should be able to save it forever!Helpful Reply
Marcie on Jun 04, 2017Are you talking about an art print? Is it framed? As an artist, please do not use mod podge or spray sealant, unless it is not an important piece of art. If you have it framed, ask them for a glass that is a uv glass - to protect it from fading in the sunj. Also, when you hang it, hang it in an area that does not get direct sun.Helpful Reply
Tobey Cole Famolaro on Jun 04, 2017You could always laminate it if framing is to expensiveHelpful Reply
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