Personalized canvas paintings are a favorite topic among many people. It’s the perfect gift and also a perfect decoration for your room. We all know that decorating a new home can be quite challenging and yet interesting. Personalized canvas paints are an excellent way to decorate your home. It is interesting because you can paint old pictures on a canvas and bring them back to life or you could paint your favorite texts or quote on a canvas. It is a good way to remind yourself of those words especially if they are dear to you.

Gifting your friend a personalized canvas paint of their favorite quote, high-school picture, wedding photo, etc. will go a long way to prove your love and devotion to them. Having these canvas paints on your walls is not enough, you must know how to maintain them.

In this article, we’ll be considering some of the best ways to maintain your personalized canvas paint is crucial. This might just help you increase its lifespan. So, let’s get down to business!

Maintaining your personalized canvas paints

Canvas paints fade over time especially if they are not properly taken care of or maintained. But with adequate care, they will last a long time. With the following steps, you can easily maintain your personalized canvas paints.

  • Gently dust your canvas paint with a soft dry cloth to prevent dust from building up on them. A feather brush can also be used to brush off the dust from your painting. Do not apply pressure on the paintings when cleaning them. You can use a damp cloth but do not use a wet cloth or chemicals to clean them. When cleaning your canvas paintings, you should take them off the wall. If there is major dirt on your canvas that you cannot clean out, take your painting to a professional cleaner to help you with that.
  • Exposure to direct UV rays from sunlight or a fluorescent bulb will cause your canvas paint to fade quickly. It is advisable to keep them in a room with minimal sunlight and no fluorescent bulb.
  • Do not expose your canvas paints and paints to heat and dampness. Parts of the house that give off heat or high humidity such as the kitchen, bathrooms, and rooms with air vents should be avoided.
  • Acids are a no-no for canvas paints. They can make your painting turn yellow or even destroy the entire art piece. To prevent this, make sure to have an acid-free frame.
  • Just like we need to breathe, your canvas paint deserves a breather. When storing canvas paints especially those that are not in use, do not store them in airtight bags or containers such as polythene bags rather store them in acid-free craft paper.

After spending so much time picking out personalized canvas paint to relive old memories, you do not want to ruin them or have them fade away after a short time.

Final Thoughts

So do everything you can to maintain them and keep their shine and luster for several years to come.