Before Drymount, After Drymount
What a difference in appearance dry mounting had on this signed Rhonda Rousey photo! Severely wrinkled at first, it was quite harsh on the eyes. But after a dry mount, looking good! Dry mounting is a process that uses a heat activated tissue to permanently affix a photo, print, etc to foam board. It is sometimes used to take out wrinkles or creases that may be unattractive. Dry mounting also ensures a print will lay completely flat and prevent sagging over time. A dry mount is recommended for damaged prints, large prints, and commercial framing jobs. We do recommend conservation mounting objects of value as dry mounting will have a negative effect on worth.
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