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Plexiglass Acrylic FAQ's
Protect your Investment! Clean your Trulife Acrylic print and/or plexiglass prints with plastic cleaner and a microfiber cloth. Never use paper towels.
Protect your Investment! Adding an encapsulation layer on Trulife Acrylic prints or mounted under any acrylic print is always a good idea.
When you design a plexiglass product and your print is directly mounted to the acryclic, the museum mount is also mounted directly to the back of the print.
Custom plexiglass printing produces a sleek, shiny, modern glass reprint, whereas canvas prints are more textured and traditional-looking than acrylic prints.
Direct to substrate printing is printing an image directly on the surface, instead printing the image on HD photo paper and mounting to the substrate.
With direct to print products, the image is printed directly onto a surface. With paper mounted print, the image is printed to paper then mounted to a surface.
To make your HD photo prints last, keep them away from moisture, heat and direct sunlight. Be careful when dusting since the surface can get scratched.
We use face mounting to mount photos on plexiglass; it's a method often used in art galleries and museums all over the world.
Plexi is a type of transparent acrylic. It is very durable and often used instead of glass. Plexiglass is a brand of acrylic.