Regular Cleaning: Clean the acrylic sheet regularly to remove dust and dirt. Use a soft, lint-free cloth or microfiber cloth to wipe the surface gently. Avoid using abrasive materials, such as paper towels or rough sponges, as they can scratch the acrylic.
Mild Soap Solution: For more stubborn stains or fingerprints, you can use a mild soap solution. Mix a few drops of mild dishwashing soap with water in a bowl. Dampen the cloth with the solution and wipe the acrylic sheet gently. Rinse the cloth with clean water and wipe again to remove any soap residue. Finally, dry the surface with a clean cloth.
Avoid Harsh Chemicals: Do not use strong chemical cleaners, solvents, or ammonia-based products on the acrylic sheet as they can cause damage. These substances can make the acrylic sheet cloudy or cause it to crack.
Avoid Scratches: Acrylic is softer than glass, so it is more prone to scratches. To prevent scratches, avoid using rough or abrasive materials when cleaning or handling the acrylic sheet. Use a soft cloth or sponge and handle the sheet with care.
Protective Cover: If your acrylic photo frame has a removable cover, consider keeping it in place when not displaying photos. The cover helps protect the acrylic from dust, scratches, and accidental damage.
Display Location: Choose a suitable location to display your acrylic photo frame. Avoid areas with excessive heat or direct sunlight, as prolonged exposure to high temperatures or UV rays can cause the acrylic to yellow or warp over time.
Handle with Care: When handling the acrylic photo frame, be gentle and avoid applying excessive pressure or force. This will help prevent any accidental cracking or damage.
Storage: If you need to store the acrylic photo frame, make sure it is clean and dry. Wrap it in a soft cloth or place it in a protective sleeve to prevent scratches. Store it in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.