Keeping the glass clean


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Keeping the glass clean

Now that I have cut my glass to size, the next step in preparing it to go into the frame is to clean it thoroughly. The workspace I have here, I just took a hollow core door and first wrapped it with felt and stapled that in place and then wrapped it with muslin and stapled that in place. Muslin is inexpensive, I use unbleached muslin, this way as this gets old and worn I can just peel it off and replace it with another piece of fabric, and that's why I stapled the felt separately from the muslin, so the felt layer can stay there.

It provides a little bit of padding, a little bit of give so that it have a lot lower breakage risk on the glass. Also you see we'll use this same table for the assembling of the frames, the big advantage being as when the frame is face down on this table surface you don't run any risk of scratching the frame or causing it any damage. So it's a nice safe working environment. When working with the glass, once again, I do want to glove up just for the extr...

Keeping the glass clean
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Keeping the glass clean provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Konrad Eek as part of the Matting, Framing, and Hanging Your Photographs

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