This sealing of each becomes more important
in this type of storage because of dust.
You can also pull out and look at your
poster without taking it out of the sealed sleeve, so gentle handling
or showing doesn't affect it.
But there are several variations here,
so be sure to look back at our list of enemies of your poster and make
sure each area is covered.
Again, I want to remind you to make sure
your posters are clean and free of any type of tape, dirt, etc. Make sure
there's nothing sticky, pokey, dirty, ugly or smelly in there BEFORE storing
Also remember that they still have to
be kept in a cool, dry location. Because they're individually sealed and
placed in a heavy duty storage box doesn't mean you can go stick them
in the barn.
If you're storing them laying
flat, you don't need as much support for each poster than
if you're storing them standing up flat. Then you need a rigid
grade cardboard/backing board with them.
So pick the variation that best suits
your needs and protects your poster the best possible.
fairly small storage area for multiple posters, easy to get to and move
around, can be taken out and shown easier.
a little more expensive to store them right. Takes up more space than
folded or rolled
TIP:Don't pick too
large of a storage box. It's easier to handle several smaller ones. Also
make of list of which posters are stored in which box so you don't have
to search through each time you're looking for a particular one.
Who has it?
That's what we call the BIG question?
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