Mon 7 Jan, 2013 01:57 am
Hello Community Members,
Display stands can be made of various materials such as wood, glass, metal or acrylic glass. Acrylic stands have a clean look and are most commonly made of polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA), a material that is also referred to as acrylic glass. Due to its many qualities and advantages, PMMA is also employed to manufacture windshields, aquarium walls or signs.
Versatility: Acrylic glass has a clean and professional appearance and is a material that can be easily shaped. Stands made of PMMA come in multiple forms such as cases, stands, racks, wall mounts or holders. These stands are weather resistant, so they are suitable both for indoor and outdoor use. The material may turn yellow when in contact with light, but this happens only after extended exposure and is visible only in transparent stands.
Lighter Than Other Materials: Acrylic display stands are lighter than their wood or metal counterparts, so acrylic glass is the ideal display choice for trade and art shows. However, this material is prone to scratches, so pay attention when transporting and arranging items on your stands.
Easy to Clean and Maintain: Acrylic display stands can be cleaned with water and Plexiglas cleaner. Use a soft sponge or soft paper tissues to avoid scratches. Wipe the surface dry. Don't scrub the surfaces, as you can scratch the display. Wash the stands twice per month. Remove dust regularly.
Cost and Increased Durability: Acrylic display stands are less costly than the metallic, glass or wood stands, especially if you consider the increased durability of these stands. Acrylic glass is a material that is not prone to decomposition, rusting or decay. These stands are also sturdier than glass displays and are less likely to break.
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