Storage and display conditions for Giclée reproductions:
-Use of fine materials in frames: passe-partout with neutral pH. Acid-free adhesive tape, and glass or plexiglass. Cotton gloves when handling.
-Do not expose to direct sunlight. Place in an acid-free environment.
-Position artificial lights at a distance of over 30cm from any part of the artwork.
-Do not place near heat sources: radiators, chimneys, hot walls. Do not place outside.
-Humidity: do not place in bathrooms or locations where accidental liquid spillages may occur.
-Quickly remove the packaging.
-The mineral inks used are exceptionally resistant to light, water and gases, such as ozone.
-With 450 lux over the course of 12 hours a day, which is the average for a home or office, Giclée copies (when following the aforementioned conditions) have a durability that exceeds 100 years.