|Thickness:||17mil||Edge types:||Mirrored, black, white and gallery wrapped edges|
|Weight:||0.08lbs/sqft||Installation:||Command strips, hanging kit, zip ties, grommets, hanging clips, nylon ropes, pole pockets|
|Min․ sign size:||8"x8"||Printing:||Digital, high resolution, full-color Printing with UV ink|
|Max. sign size:||120"x1740"||Grommet options:||all 4 corners, punched grommets starting from 6” customized|
|Common sizes:||12"x24", 24"x48", 48"x96", can be customized||Usage outdoors:||Not recommended|
|Color:||Satin white||Usage indoors:||60+ years|
|Types:||Portrait Canvas, Landscape Canvas, Canvas Collage|
What is Canvas?
Canvas is a type of fabric mostly made of cotton or linen widely used in painting and printing. Canvas Prints are used in interior design and bring a warm, elegant touch to the space where they are displayed. You can have stock photos printed on Canvas or choose something from your favorite artworks. Canvas Prints with personal photos are another popular option. You can have a photo of your trips or everyday life printed on Canvas, and every day it will remind you of your happy days.
Canvas gives the printing a painted effect, quite close to a natural artwork.
Where to use Canvas?
Canvas Prints are perfect for interior decoration and can serve as a stylish part of the interior design. You can use canvas to decorate the walls of your home, office, or have your photos printed on canvas for exhibitions or personal use.
Canvas Prints are also a great choice for presents. A family photo of a friend printed on Canvas will be an unexpected and a touching gift.
How to install Canvas Signs?
Canvas Prints are mostly wall mounted via a wire hanging technique. The metal wire stretches from one side to another of the back wood structure. The print is hung from the wire without being seen from the front part. Check out our usage section to find more options for Canvas Prints installation.
How to maintain Canvas Prints?
To keep the fresh first-day look of your Canvas Print you will need to clean it from time to time. The best way to do it is by taking the dust off with a duster or a soft, lint-free dry cloth. For deeper cleaning, you can use the same technique with some soapy water by simply rubbing the dirty areas. For longer use, keep your Canvas away from direct sunlight. Long exposure to sunlight can harm your canvas and affect the vividness of the colors.