Each photo was brought for restoring by their respectful owners. The left photo was ripped off the glass by its owner.
The other was kept stuck on its glass. We scanned through the glass of each. Don't rip it off the glass. Call us NOW.
206-337-2020 in Seattle
Tiny orange flakes on hands, feet, face. That's what water does. Donal Duck was replaced Donald, rebuilt photo.
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Photos Stuck to Glass. PixSavers can Restore it
Keep it stuck on the glass. If you pull it, you will destroy it. Do not pull it.
Keep flat on a board maybe. Keep it horizontal. Covering it protects you.
We need the entire glass with the picture still stuck, to scan through glass.
If broken, parts of the glass can stay stuck on the photo. Keep all of it flat.
Box, cardboard, frame-back, may help. We can restore any type of photo.
In the future, keep framed photos away from outside walls and windows.
Wall pictures take moisture from outside even if your walls are insulated.
Insulated skylights, windows, attics, basements contract dust and water.
Our owner has restored these for 17 years. Allow us to view it for pricing.
If you don't destroy it, you may have your picture back again, soon after.
Below are working examples of photographs that stuck onto its glass.