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Art Panels Aftercare

WHY IS IT IMPORTANT?

Art Panel Care

Aftercare and Maintenance are the keys to keeping your Metallic Epoxy Art Panels brand new even after a prolonged period. There’s nothing special about keeping it strong and happy.

The luxury look and feel of a Metallic Epoxy Art Panel is by far the most alluring feature. It resists chemical attacks, shrugs off high impacts and is highly heat-resistant. Its stain-proofing and bacteria/mold resistance are legendary, and it’s entirely waterproof. If you’ve got a Metallic Epoxy Art Panel, here’s how you can keep it looking its best for the long haul.

Yet, as much as we wish otherwise, nothing is perfect. The resilient protective layer might degrade in the case of being subject to inordinately high amounts of damage. Here are a few recommended Metallic Epoxy Art Panels aftercare tips to prolong its life.

WHY IS IT IMPORTANT?

Art Panel Care

Aftercare and Maintenance are the keys to keeping your Metallic Epoxy Art Panels brand new even after a prolonged period. There’s nothing special about keeping it strong and happy.

The luxury look and feel of a Metallic Epoxy Art Panel is by far the most alluring feature. It resists chemical attacks, shrugs off high impacts and is highly heat-resistant. Its stain-proofing and bacteria/mold resistance are legendary, and it’s entirely waterproof. If you’ve got a Metallic Epoxy Art Panel, here’s how you can keep it looking its best for the long haul.

Yet, as much as we wish otherwise, nothing is perfect. The resilient protective layer might degrade in the case of being subject to inordinately high amounts of damage. Here are a few recommended Metallic Epoxy Art Panels aftercare tips to prolong its life.

RECOMMENDED TIPS

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    Cleaning Methods

    You can do this anytime with a clean wet cloth. Microfiber cloths would be highly recommended for this process. After the initial damp wipe down, using another clean & dry microfiber cloth would be essential in preventing water spots. 

    You may use any form of household cleaning agent for hygiene purposes during the process.

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    Stain Removal Methods

    Should you encounter stains. You may use standard detergents available on the market that are recommended for stain removal, such as Magic Clean, Jiff, CIF cleaner, etc. In a scenario of stubborn stains, you may use more potent agents such as 91% or 99% rubbing alcohol, nail polish remover, turpentine, or even thinner.

    For gloss surfaces, rub it with a clean microfiber cloth and the agents above till the offending substance come off. The use of soft to medium bristles would be recommended for matte surfaces.

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    Keep Gravel & Dirt at Bay

    Gravel and dirt can scratch the surface when dragged across your art panels. Prevent that by regularly wiping down your surfaces with a clean microfiber cloth and clearing debris away promptly.

    Ensure that your microfiber cloths are regularly maintained to prevent a build-up of dirt and gravel.

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    Keep Damages at Bay

    Constant knocking by corners of furniture and objects can cause damage to the surface. Have someone suitable for shifting furniture or things if required, especially when near the art panels.

    Additionally, should the need to move furniture and objects around, ensure that they are fitted with baby bumpers to prevent accidental knocks.

THINGS TO AVOID

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    Avoid Scrubbing with Abrasive Materials

    Firstly, never use an abrasive scrub like a Scotch-Brite pad, nylon scouring pads, or related cleaning products. They can scratch your beloved art panels. This avoidance is mainly applicable to our gloss finish.

    The abrasive action will wear through the topcoat over time and expose the epoxy surface below, causing it to lose a vital layer of protection.

    However, soft to medium scrubbing bristles are perfectly fine for our matte surfaces as they are built for heavier scratch resistance.

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    Avoid Any Damages

    Secondly, this list involves Metallic Epoxy Art Panel’s impact absorption and scratch resistance. Its virtues in these two areas are far more pronounced than most other materials.

    However, we should reiterate its lack of invincibility. Repeated damage from sharp and heavy objects directly on the surface will damage it.

    Though easily repaired, totally avoiding intentional or unintentional damages would still be highly recommended. No one should ever have their beloved art panels tarnished.

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    Avoid Overexpose To Constant High Heat

    Next, Metallic Epoxy’s heat resistance is graded to 200°C. This means it can take boiling hot water, places like saunas, and then some, with minimal effect. Nevertheless, do not constantly overexpose your art panels anywhere near or above the recommended figure.

    Though you probably would not be exposing your art panels to such high temperatures. Damage will be caused after a long period of exposure to high temperatures on a regular basis.

    Do note that it is heat resistant and not flame or fire-resistant. Therefore, you should ideally keep the flame-throwing to a minimum around the surface. Or anywhere else, for that matter.

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    Avoid Using Heavy Industrial Chemicals

    Heavy industrial chemicals should not be used on your Metallic Epoxy Art Panels. Having said that, you should not be cleaning your interiors with any heavy industrial chemicals in your home or workspace for that matter.

    Frequent exposure to such chemicals will eventually cause damage to the topcoat. Avoid ammonia or any acids like vinegars as they would erode the surface, especially if used repeatedly.

    Highly concentrated industrial chemicals should also not be allowed to remain on the surface as well. In such a scenario, wipe it up as soon as possible using a clean damp cloth.

ANY CONCERNS OR QUERIES?

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