Instructions

Posted by FrameTek on 12-12-2016

Product Instructions for FrameSpace & EconoSpace...

Acrylic Edge Scraper

Acrylic Edge Scraper

Posted by Greg Fremstad on 2-15-2016

This simple tool will allow you to de-burr the sharp edges of acrylic glazing....

Art Hinging Tips

Posted by Greg Fremstad on 2-13-2016

The most time-tested method of attaching paper art in a frame is wheat starch paste and Japanese paper hinges....

Art Hinging Tips Part 2

Posted by Greg Fremstad on 2-12-2016

The most time-tested method of attaching paper art in a frame is wheat starch paste and Japanese paper hinges. "Feathering" the edges of the hinge paper by "Wet Tearing" is universally recommended to avoid embossing and cockling of the art....

Pastel Framing Tips

Posted by Greg Fremstad on 1-29-2016

Here are some tips on framing pastels that will help you frame your pastel paintings properly and easily....

Compare FrameSpace and EconoSpace

Posted by FrameTek on 1-28-2016

Compare FrameSpace and EconoSpace to Arlo Spacemaker, Buckwalter Innerspace and Preservations Space β€”Yes!... there is a best!...

Who Swipes Glass

Who Swipes Glass

Posted by Greg Fremstad on 1-21-2016

Swipe means to slightly bevel the sharp edges of a piece of glass....

Float Framing a Watercolor

Posted by Greg Fremstad on 1-21-2016

Float mounting a watercolor creates a dramatic effect that makes the thin sheet of art appear to be hanging in space....

Why Paper Art Buckles In A Frame

Posted by Greg Fremstad on 1-20-2016

The typical frame with glass, mats (or spacers) makes a very efficient diaphram pump. Any movement of either the glass or the backing will pump air in and out of the frame....

Stopping the Dust Pump

Posted by Greg Fremstad on 1-20-2016

The typical frame with glass, mats (or spacers) makes a very efficient diaphram pump. Any movement of either the glass or the backing will pump air in and out of the frame....

Why Picture Frame Spacers?

Posted by Frametek on 1-19-2016

Picture frame spacers protect paper borne art and photographs from mold growth, image transfer, water staining, and adhesion to the glass due to condensation on the inside of the glass....

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