I have several old windows that I would like to display photographs in. How can I do that without ruining the photo or messing up the window with spray adhesive?
You can try using acid-free tape to adhere them to the window. However, if you are displaying photographs in a window you run the risk of them getting sun bleached, which will destroy them. You can buy window film to help prevent sun bleaching – doing it yourself is a great way to save money instead of hiring a contractor. This might affect the way the photos look in your window, but depending on the type of window tint you get the affect might be minimal. This is better than destroying your photos, though.
I probably wasn’t very clear. This would be for decorative use. I would want to use it like a picture frame. Is there something that I could use that would not show any tape? Some kind of adhesive to go on the photo so it would adhere to the window.. thank you for your prompt response…
You could try referring to this link, as this same question has been asked on Yahoo. It seems some of the suggestions offered could be promising for your needs. http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20070819180617AAkaZJ0
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