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  • on2legson2legs The Jersey ShorePosts: 8,236
    mcgruff10 said:
    Best place to find a 12”x23” frame?  Looking to frame my 2000 Montreal.  Thanks!
    https://www.amazon.com/ArtToFrames-12x23-Satin-Picture-2WOMFRBW74079-12x23/dp/B005MX8X18
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    2003: Philadelphia, Uniondale, MSG 1 & 2, Holmdel
    2005: Atlantic City 1
    2006: Camden 1, East Rutherford 1 & 2
    2008: Camden 1 & 2, MSG 1 & 2, Newark(EV)
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  • Jason7192Jason7192 Southern IndianaPosts: 117
    I've used arttoframes for most of my stuff. They've got a lot of options, are pretty reasonable on price, and you can usually do a quick google search to find a coupon code. I went with their anti-glare plexi on the last one I framed & I'm regretting not doing it on the previous ones.
  • sheckyshecky San FranciscoPosts: 996
    Jason7192 said:
    I've used arttoframes for most of my stuff. They've got a lot of options, are pretty reasonable on price, and you can usually do a quick google search to find a coupon code. I went with their anti-glare plexi on the last one I framed & I'm regretting not doing it on the previous ones.
    I'm with you regarding "non-glare UV plexi". Once you've seen a poster framed with it it's hard to go back to regular UV plexi. When I first started doing my own framing I couldn't afford UV plexi so I just used whatever came with the frame and tried not to hang my posters anywhere near direct or even indirect sunlight. Then about a year ago, I started upgrading my earlier frame-ups with UV plexi. Now, I'm upgrading those to "non-glare" UV plexi and it is the ONLY thing I'll frame with from now on!
  • myoung321myoung321 Posts: 1,807
    edited August 17
     shecky said:
    Jason7192 said:
    I've used arttoframes for most of my stuff. They've got a lot of options, are pretty reasonable on price, and you can usually do a quick google search to find a coupon code. I went with their anti-glare plexi on the last one I framed & I'm regretting not doing it on the previous ones.
    I'm with you regarding "non-glare UV plexi". Once you've seen a poster framed with it it's hard to go back to regular UV plexi. When I first started doing my own framing I couldn't afford UV plexi so I just used whatever came with the frame and tried not to hang my posters anywhere near direct or even indirect sunlight. Then about a year ago, I started upgrading my earlier frame-ups with UV plexi. Now, I'm upgrading those to "non-glare" UV plexi and it is the ONLY thing I'll frame with from now on!

    I need to do this! Need several 22x28's - where do you buy your sheets?


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  • Jason7192Jason7192 Southern IndianaPosts: 117
    myoung321 said:
     shecky said:
    Jason7192 said:
    I've used arttoframes for most of my stuff. They've got a lot of options, are pretty reasonable on price, and you can usually do a quick google search to find a coupon code. I went with their anti-glare plexi on the last one I framed & I'm regretting not doing it on the previous ones.
    I'm with you regarding "non-glare UV plexi". Once you've seen a poster framed with it it's hard to go back to regular UV plexi. When I first started doing my own framing I couldn't afford UV plexi so I just used whatever came with the frame and tried not to hang my posters anywhere near direct or even indirect sunlight. Then about a year ago, I started upgrading my earlier frame-ups with UV plexi. Now, I'm upgrading those to "non-glare" UV plexi and it is the ONLY thing I'll frame with from now on!

    I need to do this! Need several 22x28's - where do you buy your sheets?


    https://www.arttoframe.com/glass-only?glass_name=Non-Glare-Glass
  • sheckyshecky San FranciscoPosts: 996
    Yep, same here, Art To Frames. That size in non-glare runs just under $40. each. They ship in heavy, super sturdy boxes and it ain't cheap so I usually order 3-4 sheets at a time to help defray the cost per sheet.
  • perfectlefts14perfectlefts14 Posts: 1,871
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  • dankinddankind I am not your foot. Posts: 13,972
    edited August 22
    The wife hung up this one in the bathroom yesterday. 



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