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Does anyone know how to remove a photo that is stuck on the glass of the picture frame without damaging the photo?

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      Mztracy wrote Apr 4, 2010
    • hmmmm steam maybe, kind of like opening an envelope w/o damage.




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      Maryann Rhodey wrote Apr 4, 2010
    • Good idea Tracy, I would try to steam the side that doesn’t have the picture on it and see if that releases it!




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      Kyah wrote Apr 4, 2010
    • If you can scan it or copy it FIRST - frame and all, that would be a good idea. The steam is a good idea, but the escalating heat of stove top steam may ruin it. If you have a humidifier, put some distilled water in it and depending on the opening where the steam comes out, find something to make the steam a little concentrated. You have to be patient and pull it gently.

      I don’t know how old the photo is and what kind of paper it’s on. But there’s this stuff called Photoflo that you can find in a store that sells darkroom supplies. Usually used in the final rinse during film developing. Get a little bottle and follow the diluting instructions to soak the photo and get it off the frame.




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      Esther Bloom wrote Apr 4, 2010
    • I think that is usually impossible. They always tear. Good question.




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      Debpeters wrote Apr 5, 2010
    • Something a photographer told me years ago, you should never put photos behind glass, put the glass behind the photo to hold it in place in the frame. Photos stick to the glass everytime due to the processes used. I am not sure how to get it unstuck without ruining it, sorry.




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