Posted on February 25th, 2023
As a small business specializing in creating high-quality CNC plasma art, I know that proper care and maintenance are essential to keep your art looking its best. Whether you've recently purchased CNC plasma art from Cantrell Crafts or have had it for years, it's important to know how to care for and maintain it to ensure that it stays looking great for years to come.
- Dust Regularly: The first and easiest step to care for your CNC plasma art is to dust it regularly. Dust and dirt can accumulate on the surface of the art, dulling the colors and obscuring the details. To avoid this, use a soft, dry cloth to dust your CNC plasma art at least once a week. If you notice any stubborn dirt or grime, you can use a slightly damp cloth to gently wipe it away.
- Avoid Direct Sunlight: Direct sunlight can be harmful to your CNC plasma art, causing the colors to fade and the metal to warp or bend. To avoid this, try to hang your art in a location that doesn't receive direct sunlight, or use curtains or blinds to filter the sunlight. If your art is exposed to sunlight, consider moving it to a more suitable location to prevent any damage.
- Clean Gently: If you need to clean your CNC plasma art more thoroughly, be sure to do it gently to avoid damaging the metal or the colors. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive materials, as these can scratch or damage the surface of the art. Instead, use a mild soap and warm water, and gently wipe the surface with a soft cloth. Be sure to dry it thoroughly afterward to prevent any water damage.
- Protect from Moisture: Moisture can be harmful to CNC plasma art, causing the metal to rust or corrode. To protect your art, make sure it's not exposed to any moisture or humidity. Keep it in a dry location, and avoid hanging it in areas that are prone to dampness, such as basements or bathrooms.
- Handle with Care: Finally, when you're handling your CNC plasma art, be sure to do it with care. Avoid touching the surface of the art directly, as this can leave fingerprints or smudges. Instead, handle it by the edges or wear gloves to protect the surface. Also, avoid hanging it in locations where it could be knocked or bumped, as this can cause damage to the metal or the colors.
In conclusion, as a small business owner at Cantrell Crafts, I understand that caring for and maintaining your CNC plasma art is essential to keep it looking great for years to come. By following these simple tips, you can ensure that your art stays in top condition and continues to be a beautiful and unique addition to your home decor. If you're interested in purchasing high-quality CNC plasma art from us, please don't hesitate to get in touch. You can call us at +1 (972) 979-4857 or email us at [email protected]. Thank you for your support, and I look forward to working with you!