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Storage Instructions

If the studio or any room where background rolls are stored is in any way damp, humid or not kept heated the paper will absorb moisture and may be prone to wrinkling. This could be a problem if the roll is stored high up on a wall bracket where warm moisture in a studio would rise.

If  paper or vinyl backgrounds are not going to be used for any length of time re use the plastic bag that the roll came out of, return it to its carton and then store upright not flat on the floor. Also paper and vinyl background rolls should always be supported along the full width of the roll and not just at either end as some supports do, as this will cause sagging of the roll in the centre.

 

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The storm grey I got recently is to replace one of Creativity Backgrounds that I got free from a TV shoot I worked on and subsequently used and used, but this time sadly I had to buy one! It will take a while for me to get the small bumps and folds I really like in the paper which my old roll had. The paper is thick enough to resist creasing but not so thick that it is too stiff or heavy, plus it is cheaper than similar papers from other suppliers.

Ian Hoskins
www.ianhoskin.co.uk