Resin Care Guide

Resin is a synthetic material that can be easily scratched or marked. Try to avoid placing sharp or abrasive objects on their surfaces.

When cleaning your art, use a clean, moist microfiber cloth and lightly (very little to no pressure) wipe dirt or dust from the surface. You don’t want to drag potentially rough particles (like dust)  into/along the resin, just let the microfiber do the work for you.

Once dust is removed, take a new, dry cloth and buff the surface as you would a glass table until clean. Refrain from using any chemical solutions on artwork, water should be enough. If it is really dirty, you can use a little windex just don’t use too much.

Just like with any original paintings, ensure your artwork is not too close to a direct heat source, or in direct sunlight for extended periods of time. 

Your artwork is UV resistant, not UV proof!

General rule of thumb is to avoid letting the piece become hot to the touch (warm is fine!)