Frame consists of two pieces of acrylic glass, four lists made of either untreated oak or aluminium, and a rubber band.
The rubber band both holds the frame together and serves for hanging the frame on your wall. This is the A2 size.
Made in Europe. Designed to last.
Simplicity at its very best.
Materials: Aluminium, natural rubber band, acryl glass
Size: 61.5 x 44 x 1.2 (H x W x D) (A2)
Also available in other sizes and colours. Please contact us if you can't find what you are looking for.
Will the rubber band snap at some point?
As the rubber bands are made out of industrial rubber, they will neither rot or dry out. Therefore, they do not snap as normal rubber bands do. However, should a rubber band snap due to a production error, we will happily replace it free of charge.
My print is falling down, what can I do?
Not all prints stay in place, this can be due to the thickness or surface of the paper. If the print is made of very fine and/or thin paper it may not stick by itself, as it needs a bit of friction to do so. This can be solved either by placing an extra piece of paper behind the print and thereby adding to its thickness or by gluing it to the plexiglass using a glue stick or piece of tape (this can easily be washed off again).
Can I hang it from all sides?
As you hang the frame from the rubber band, which goes all the way around the frame, you can hang it from all four sides. You can see how to hang the frame here.
Why is the acrylic/plexiglass unclear or have a milky look?
To protect the plexiglass during transportation, we have added folio on both sides of each plexiglass sheet. Therefore, you need to remove all four pieces of folio per Frame before taking it into use.
Take care of your frame
Light stains on the wood frame may be removed by gently rubbing in the direction of the grain with 400 grit (very fine) sandpaper. Stains on the aluminium frame can simply be washed off with hot water or universal cleaner.
The plexiglass may be washed with hot water and a soft cloth - it also tolerates glass cleaner, if preferred.
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