issues with non-glare acrylic

Started May 28, 2012 | Discussions thread
jrkliny Veteran Member • Posts: 3,732
Re: issues with non-glare acrylic

I am late to this thread so you have already heard that the best choice is museum grade glass.  Even so expect some glare.  Others have already mentioned the possibility of using a protective spray.

I would consider doing absolutely nothing but a bare mount.  Since you are doing your own printing, why not just make another print at the same time.  Save one in archival conditions and hang the other.  That would be even less expensive than the spray technique.  I rarely hang any of my photos for more than a few months.  I am willing to bet that once you replace the image, the hung version will be no different than the one in archival storage and if so you can always discard it.

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