1. Canvas prints are generally water resistant but too much exposure to wetness can still ruin a print. If water spills over a canvas, dab it immediately with a soft, dry cloth before the water is absorbed.
2. Remember – sunlight may be good for plants, but it is not the case with a canvas print, direct exposure to sunlight for long durations of time can cause irreparable damage. Therefore, wherever possible try to avoid placing your canvas print at a place that receives direct sunlight for several hours in a day. The ink is UV resistant so will largely be able to resist the harmful effects however over time you may see some fading.
3. The canvas is made from materials that can get damaged by too much heat or dampness. It is thus recommended that you do not hang your canvas print where there is constant change in temperature and humidity such as directly above a stove or inside a poorly aired bathroom.
4. To clean a canvas print, simply remove it from the wall and begin by tapping it gently to remove any accumulated loose dirt. Thereafter, take a soft cloth and rub it gently over the surface of the canvas while supporting it from the back to clean away the settled dust particles. Be sure not to apply too much pressure. You can also use a slightly damp cloth to wipe away dirt stains that may have developed on the surface over a period of time. Doing this at regular intervals will make sure that your canvas print retains its original lustre and splendour.