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Use a dry iron (no steam) and keep the iron flat over the signature for at least one minute. Do not rub which could smear the ink, but lift the iron up and down over the signature while applying firm pressure to prevent scorching. If you don't have an iron, toss the signed fabric into the dryer.
Spray a nonacetone-based clear coat spray to autographed sports memorabilia, guitars or other items that won't be worn or washed to add a protective coating. Place the item on a solid surface, hold the can 12 to 14 inches away, and depress the trigger lightly for a few seconds.
#1: Keep it cool and dry. Temperature and humidity play a significant role in preservation. #2: Into the darkness. Avoid displaying your documents in bright light. #3: Rotate exhibits. #4: Fireproof safes are not safe. #5: Say no to acid. #6: Duct Tape doesn't fix everything. #7: Don't mess with metal. #8: A warm bath.
Spray a nonacetone-based clear coat spray to autographed sports memorabilia, guitars or other items that won't be worn or washed to add a protective coating. Place the item on a solid surface, hold the can 12 to 14 inches away, and depress the trigger lightly for a few seconds.
To build a collection of long-lasting autographs, ask people to write their signatures on a sheet of alkaline buffered paper or archival cotton bond paper using an archival pen such as a Pigma Micron pen. Temperature and relative humidity play a major role in preservation.
Just keep it upright on a sturdy shelf in any climate-controlled, low humidity area, out of direct sunlight. Dust once in a while. It'll be fine. If you're really worried, you could try those clear protective book covers that libraries use.
Get a can of acrylic spray and "LIGHTLY" dust the autograph with the spray many layers until a coating is built up. Hold the can far away and let the fine spray drop onto autograph. And I do me extremely light sprays so that only the acrylic resin and very little of the solvent actually hit the ink.
Clean the Surface. Clean the plastic surface to remove oils and dirt. Prepare the Surface. Sand the surface you are writing on using a fine-grained 120-grit sandpaper. Writing. The newly prepared plastic surface is now ready for writing. Shine. Even though your writing is permanent, it still may fade over time.
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