1. Clean the resin piece regularly: dust, dirt and grease can accumulate on the surface of the resin and affect its luster and transparency. To clean the resin piece, use a soft, dry cloth and avoid using abrasives or chemicals. If the piece is very dirty, you can moisten the cloth with a little alcohol suitable for this use or another similar product.
2. Protect the resin piece from direct sunlight: Prolonged exposure to UV rays can cause the resin to yellow or degrade. To avoid this, place the resin piece in a place where it does not receive direct sunlight, or apply a layer of protective varnish or lacquer with UV filter.
3. Avoid sudden changes in temperature and humidity: Resin is a material sensitive to thermal and environmental variations, which can cause cracks, bubbles or deformations. To prevent this, keep the resin piece in a place with a stable temperature and humidity, and avoid placing it near sources of heat or cold.
4. Repair any damage to the resin piece: If the resin piece is scratched, cracked or broken, you can try to repair it with some fresh resin. To do this, clean the damaged area well, mix a small amount of resin and catalyst, and apply it carefully on the damage. Let the resin dry and then sand and polish the surface to match the rest of the piece.
By following these tips, you will be able to preserve your artwork for a long time.